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MTech Serpent’s Tongue Double Edged Twin Point Dagger With Nylon Sheath – Red and Black
$6.99
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Expected Arrival: 06/07/2017

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  • Unique, cutting-edge blade design
  • 4” double-edged stainless steel blade
  • Blade has two points separated by void
  • Partially serrated; 2-tone color scheme
  • Ergonomic black cord-wrapped handle
  • Includes durable black nylon sheath
  • Available in two different color schemes; 8 1/2” overall

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Scared of snakes? Fear the Serpent’s Tongue Dagger more. The Serpent’s Tongue is a new fixed-blade menace from MTech that breaks all the rules and tears down all your preconceived notions of modern knife design. The eye-catching focal point is the distinctive 4” double edged stainless steel blade. It’s razor-sharp and boasts fierce, toothy serrations on both sides, but that’s not even the best part. It’s the extraordinary, unique twin blade-points that really set the Serpent’s Tongue apart from the rest. Starting at the guard, the blade looks like any other double edged, partially serrated dagger blade. But familiarity fades as you travel up the center, passing through a sleek fuller, stylishly perforated with circular through-holes. The middle fuller (and the very steel from which it was cast) stops abruptly an inch short of the surrounding blade edges, forming an empty median void, while those gently curving blade edges progress upward and onward, culminating in two distinct points cleverly split in the middle. Like the ominous flicker of a venomous viper’s forked tongue, the result of this cutting-edge design is a knife that is downright frightening. It’s sure to invoke a sense of awe in all who see you wield it, grasping it by the ergonomic, no-slip black cord-wrapped handle. The hip two-tone color scheme is just icing on the cake – affording elegant contrast to a dagger that already looked amazing. At 8 1/2” overall, the Serpent’s Tongue is comfortably sized for everyday carry, safely housed in the included nylon sheath. It’s available in two amazing two-tone color schemes – Black/Silver and Red/Black – and with our unbeatable prices, go ahead and get both! You know you want to! Better yet, get a bundle of Serpent’s Tongues for friends and family! They’re sure to be the gifts everyone remembers!


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Disappointment. Reviewed by Terry Hallett on Jan 19, 2017   3 out of 5

I was disappointed when I received this dagger. Not at all sharp and the blades are easily bent. I must say it does look good,but not practical.



Very cool Reviewed by Jeff Carlson on Dec 31, 2016   5 out of 5

I got a few of these to give as Christmas gifts and was so impressed i got one for myself and had it engraved to boot!! A very unique and aggressive design, with a full tang of stainless steel with a cord wrap. I put red paracord on mine it looks great. Sereations are useful and blade is sharp. Most split blade daggers cost much more and aren't as nice. Sheath is decent too. The only cons are it isn't that big (but not too small) and there was a little slop on the end of the split portion of the blade that took maybe 5 passes from a file to correct. I carry this everywhere, a perfect companion for any young eccentric.. Light and not too cumbersome and guaranteed to amaze every time it's presented. Buy 10, give them to your friends and put one in every pack. At this price Bud is practically paying you to take it, so glad I did.



Good Reviewed by Mark Kossak on Dec 13, 2016   5 out of 5

For the price, it is worth it. One of the tips were messed up. But like I said, for the price it is worth it. I am happy with it!!



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