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U.S. Marines MTech MT-122MR Fixed Blade Knife

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Here is a great price on a cool knife. We just love Ka-Bar style knives. Pick up the U.S. Marines by MTech MT-122MR Fixed Blade Knife with Leather Handle and sheath for $23.24 with FREE shipping. If you are thinking of buying two or more, compare prices over here and you may save a buck or two.

U.S. Marines by MTech MT-122MR Fixed Blade Knife

Be ready for the unexpected with this MTech Fixed Blade Utility Knife. Full-size Bowie-style clip-point for reliable puncturing. Partially-serrated blade serves double-duty for both clean slices and intensive sawing through cord or branches. Same pattern as the original USMC Fighting Utility Knife, and officially licensed by the U.S. Marine Corps.

Knife Deals: U.S. Marines MTech MT-122MR Fixed Blade Knife $23.24 FREE S&H

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archmark

It’s NOT a real Ka-Bar, so quit trying to pass it off as one!!!

Raconteur

Looks just like a real USMC KBAR! Does it meet the KBAR specs? Not even close.

JPM

Cheap (as in shoddy, junk) at any price. A waste of money. Don’t encourage the Chinese and don’t just consider price when buying anything.

Happy Everafter

It is Chinese, it may be crap, but it is cheap. 😉

Winchester1873

This is Chinese crap.

Arny

Are you sure ? I thought so too. At the price range as compared to a Ka-Bar. Which I own & love. Extremely well built knife. I have the D2 Extreme. And no regrets paying over $100.00 more. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microtech_Knives If you’ve seen an action movie involving any kind of character wearing a suit made since 2010, you’ve probably seen a Microtech. For better or worse, they’ve become the de facto “urban tactical” company for most of the American population. They’re very vocal about being a company with exacting standards that “utilizes exclusively American-Made manufacturing, materials, and labor”. They do almost… Read more »

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FJB

Wow.
During all of your research, did it never occur to you that Microtech and MTech are two completely different companies?