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Vietnam War Serrated Tanto Bowie Knife and Molded Sheath


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Vietnam Tanto Survival Knife

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Item #: 17 BK513
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Sugg. Retail: $18.00
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This traditional Vietnam knife is the ultimate survival knife that doesn't cost a fortune. Pair this knife with the Vietnam Drop Point Survival Knife item 17 BK510 for the ultimate set!

  • 7 1/4" stainless steel blade with teeth-like serrations
  • Rubberized handle
  • Military style impact resistant sheath
  • 12" overall
  • (Half-tang blade)

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Marine Tanto Survival Knife Stars3.77 out of 5 based on 22 ratings. 22 user reviews.


Reviewed by Kp from Ny on 07-Apr-2014Knife
Rating3 star3
It's a nice knife out of the box. Sharp but remember it's a cheaper steel and not full tang. If your using it for simple tasks, perfect knife. Survival knife, I wouldn't bet my life on it.Would you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 3.00
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Reviewed by J from Ohio on 21-Feb-2014Good deal
Rating5 star5
I just got this Bowie today and got a little time to try it out and check over it. The size is fantastic of both the blade and the handle (which is very comfortable to grip). The sheath itself may be the only thing in my house to withstand a nuclear blast- it is tough! Holds the knife well. For under 15 buck I am VERY happy with this purchase.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by mark from OhiO on 04-Feb-2014Wow
Rating4 star4
worth the moneyWould you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 4.00
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Reviewed by Ocala Jack from The Wild West on 16-Feb-2014Great converted thrower
Rating4 star4
Converted 3 of these into throw ers by replacing the heavy butt plate with a split ring to hold the handle in place. This gave it an excellent balance for both no-spin and handle throws. I've hurled these beauties for 2 years without so much as a broken tip. The only drawback is that they are too pricey. Throwing weapons are ammunition not heirlooms. But when BudK puts them on the 2fer sale making them less than $7 then they are a super value. Happy throwing.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 4.00
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Reviewed by Jonathan from KY on 09-Aug-2013What I expected
Rating4 star4
This knife was exactly what I expected when I ordered it. It did come with a great sheath and I nice big handle which I like because my hands are pretty big. The only Con I can think of is that the blade was unevenly sharpened which can be easily fixed. Nevertheless it's a good buy for what you're paying for.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 4.00
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Reviewed by BobK from Indiana on 08-Dec-2013Good knifes for the money.
Rating4 star4
I bought this Vietnam War Serrated Tanto Knife & the drop point version. I feel the pair are worth $20. I now have both blade types for any situation in my tool bags. Good knifes for the money.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 4.00
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Reviewed by Brian A. from Michigan on 17-Oct-2012knock-off (but not a rip off)
Rating1 star1
I have the KA-BAR clip point version of this knife, and i have a friend with this one. After using KA-BAR's, i know that the KA-BAR is most definitely the superior knife, with not only craftsmanship, but materials. the KA-BAR is made of D2 steel (one of the hardest metals youll ever find in a knife) and this is stainless steel. but i do feel like if your paying 13 bucks for a knife, youre gonna get what you pay for, you could buy about fifteen of these for the same price as the $172 KA-BAR D2 Extreme, so 13 bucks is pretty good for this if you ask me.Would you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 1.00
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Reviewed by John from Aurora, Illinois on 16-Jun-2013Good for the price
Rating4 star4
I bought one of these knives to carry in my tool box while on the road. I use it to cut trailer seals, cordage, and strapping and to pry nails from tires. What attracted me to this knife was its construction of synthetic materials. Leather sheaths and stacked leather handles soak up moisture and eventually rot. And its stainless blade means that rust won't be a problem. I like the "tanto" design because it concentrates more of the force of a thrust into a point on the axes of the handle than a drop point blade does. The pommel has a hole for a lanyard so another use I can foresee for this blade and its scabbard is as a dive knife if I ever find a time to go diving without my usual gear. I'm going to buy three more for my daughter, my wife, and for me to carry in our car trunks as an "ignored until it's needed" knife.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 4.00
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Reviewed by get r done from Stirling, NJ on 14-Apr-2012Worth the money
Rating5 star5
I've bought this knife over a year ago and use it very often as I'm an outdoorsman and I can honestly say it has never let me down. The blade is not thin..... it has a slight bend to it which it is supposed to, to keep it from snapping. My only issue is that while practicing throwing it I bent the tip. However I got out my grinding stone and formed a new dual sided tip which still works amazingly.
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by south fl samurai from hollywood fl, AA on 09-Apr-2012good knife horrible sheath
Rating3 star3
I have had the knife for almost five months now and with only the minor annual sharpening I do to all my blades about once every two weeks. The edge stays sharp after some abuse, now mind you that I have only used this knife on a cactus in my front yard and some tree branches and a box here and there I still say the knife is good, but the sheath is complete crap and could be way better the only thing that keeps the knife in the sheath is a little rubber tab that I am sort of getting use to now but there are way better knifes and sheaths than this therefor only three stars.
Average Rating: 3.00
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