Bayonet Style Survival Knife & Sheath
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  • 9 3/4" Stainless steel blade
  • Razor-sharp edge and saw teeth serrations
  • Solid metal guard and textured, rubberized handle
  • Survival kit housed in handle
  • Includes sheath with sharpening stone
  • Overall length: 15"
  • (Not a functioning bayonet, is an awesome, functioning knife)

This bayonet style survival knife looks just like the bayonet from CS:GO, complete with the bayonet ring. The only thing it's missing is the locking attachment on the pommel of the handle. Instead of the locking mechanism, we've opted for a screw-on compass which can be removed to access the watertight storage compartment within the knife handle. This compartment houses the included survival kit, but can be used to store almost anything. Measuring a massive 15" overall, this knife features a thick stainless steel blade with powerful saw teeth serrations. You don't want to miss the opportunity to pick up this great looking knife at this unbelievably low price!

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.00 out of 5
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Tomahawk Large Black Survival Knife Reviewed by DS on Nov 18, 2014   5 out of 5

I bought mine on a special for $10. Well worth it. My wife likes it so much I have to buy another one for myself.

Tomahawk Blade Reviewed by Nate on Nov 17, 2014   4 out of 5

It's a really cool knife, and the saw back is amazing! The only reason I give this a 4 out of 5 stars, is the blade is really long. Other than that, it's awesome!

Tomahawk Reviewed by Kevin on Sep 12, 2014   4 out of 5

Im a big fan of survival knives. I must say that I was surprised how well the knife its self looked. Cant say to much for the sheath, though for the price its well worth it.

Tomahawk Reviewed by Dan Fischer on Aug 18, 2014   4 out of 5

This knife is great for camping. Versatile enough to de-bone meat, clean fish, as well as other uses around the campfire. The sharpening stone is a nice touch, it'll get you by until you return to camp and get out the big boy. For the money, good buy.

Great for the price Reviewed by Kevin on Jul 30, 2014   3 out of 5

I haven't had the chance to really get down and dirt with this knife yet but have played with it a couple of times and seem to be a good knife; heavy duty and the little extra that came with it its worth it. The sheath lacks and seems not able to handle the knife because while taking it out the sheath rip. Great backup knife.

Great knife for the price Reviewed by Robert on Jun 09, 2014   4 out of 5

Nice heavy knife for hiking, fishing, or survival backup...

One thumb up and one down Reviewed by thud on Jul 30, 2013   3 out of 5

My first impression was 'woa' . The handle is awsome, very solid and the rubber overlay is a nice touch. The blade itself is nice. Mine came sharp enough to slice a tomato in mid-air that I dropped at the blade. There are to holes at the hilt to make a spear, should be no problem. I find the sheath to be EXTREMLY lacking. The snaps to hold the blade in place are just nylon. One good yank and bye bye. Also the lanyard is big, to big I think. It WILL get caught on something.

pretty good Reviewed by chris chambers on May 09, 2012   4 out of 5

The knife its self is great good weight excellent grip surface saw back positioned correctly for a survival knife & the sheath is nice I would have given it 5 stars but the included survival kit is extremely low quality. The fishing hooks are so small that I'd be surprised if you could even get bait on them & the compass simply doesn't work but I intended to put my own survival items in it anyway so its really no big deal,, all things considered it is a pretty good value for the money.

GRR Reviewed by Jeric Vinson on Oct 03, 2011   3 out of 5

Its like every one else has said good sturdy knife. The compass works but everything else is useless. Even the plastic baggie sucks. Mine came fairly sharp but the tip was bent.... badly. So I am having to send it in to be replaced. Sharpening stone is small but is still usable.

awesome blade Reviewed by ELK on Sep 21, 2011   5 out of 5

Hey everyone my mom got this knife and all I've gotta say is "wow" it has a really nice blade. It was kinda dull out of the box but was easily sharpened. Now expecting a plastic handle, I was pleasantly surprised to find a metal handle covered in rubber. Its a pretty nice knife considering its price. Now on to the survival kit in the handle, Its kinda small compared to how big the overall knife is. Its alright considering that the matches were all deformed and nasty and didn't work. Plus the fishing line was extremely brittle and I snapped it with 2 fingers. Oh well that's all I've got.

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