United Cutlery Undercover Black Magnum Push Dagger
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  • Solid, one-piece stainless steel construction with black anodized finish
  • Razor-sharp double-edged blades
  • Includes sheath
  • Measures: 3 1/4" blade; 5 5/8" overall

This Item Cannot Ship to the Following States: NJ, MA

Offering a compact size and discreet carry options, Undercover push daggers are easy to conceal and offer powerful personal protection that won't let you down.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.71 out of 5
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UC Undercover Magnum Reviewed by on Dec 29, 2015   5 out of 5

The rating is not necessarily for quality, but for practicality. I can carry two of these in one large 5 inch lockback sheath. Touch up the edge and it is ready to go. For last ditch defense, two knives are better than one.

Push Dagger Reviewed by John on May 03, 2013   4 out of 5

Nice little Push Dagger. Make sure you know the laws in your area. Something like this can fall into a law that considers "Implied Use". Other laws affect Push Daggers so know them. I got this a while back along with the little doubles. This is very nice, not very sharp on the edges, but nice point and suppose it can be lashed to a stick for a makeshift spear. I was just wrapping the handle a bit today because it lacks stability in the hand (I have small hands, so it might be worse in larger hands). I am writing in case others are thinking about getting these, wrapping them so they don't have to pay more for the ones that have thick handles. I only got a few wraps of hockey tape before I realized the strap of the sheath wouldn't snap if there was too much "thickness" added to the handle. Without that strap, the knife will fall right out, so you need it to snap or go with another sheath option. You could also do just the wings of the handle so the strap easily goes down the center. Just a FYI. Great little blade. Know your laws - don't let a minor traffic stop or security search get you into much hotter water. Ignorance of the law doesn't work. I will be going to the Honshu line of these because of the better handles. Cold Steel - way too expensive.

Great piece Reviewed by Bleedingheart49 on Nov 04, 2011   5 out of 5

Great piece united cutlery did not fail me. Great steel quality and easily concealed. All around great knife.

Push Dagger Reviewed by Dustin Getz on Mar 16, 2011   5 out of 5

An all around great product, both sheath and knife. Not the best quality steel, to be sure. But for the price, 420 is quite alright! The Cold Steel push daggers have better steel, but expect to pay 3-4 times as much as you will for this little beauty.

Most versatile of all time Reviewed by onemandynasty08 on Dec 12, 2010   5 out of 5

Best hand to hand combat weapon ever...enough said...put a little hockey tape on the grip to make it a little more comfortable...this thing is the greatest thing i have purchased from this website

black magnum push dagger Reviewed by ninja assasin on Aug 15, 2010   4 out of 5

this is easily one of my favorite weapons the steel and sheath are great quality i use every time i practice with my weapons

Ouch Reviewed by drew pattrell on Apr 18, 2010   5 out of 5

I bought this little Paraná a while ago and let this be a warning. It doesn�t look like much and it hasn�t got a razor sharp edge but. God dang does it ever do a good job. I accidentally stabbed myself with it in the left leg. 6 internal stitches, 12 external staples, and 1 big scar later I�m making a review. It is a good knife and I�m fine and if you hold the knife gently and flick it it makes a chime called singing definitely temper steel definitely a must have. Editor's Note: Thank you for your comments. We have updated the review to reflect the appropriate materials and spelling.

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