SOA One Shot, One Kill Sawback Tanto Knife with Molded Sheath
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  • Solid build, sinister style, versatility in affordable knife
  • Potent 7" 3Cr13 stainless steel blade with black finish
  • Piercing tanto point; fine and serrated blade edges
  • Tough molded handle with textured no-slip grip
  • Rugged sheath with multiple carry options
  • Lanyard holes, glass breaker, strap slits
  • Overall length: 12"


The sinister-looking SOA "One Shot, One Kill" Sawback Tanto Knife packs a nasty attitude and serious muscle to back it up. From suburban backyards to remote back country, it's a valuable, effective fixed blade that's more than capable of tackling the toughest cutting, cleaving, slicing and hacking jobs in the harshest environmental conditions. And best of all - in spite of its awesome power, rock solid build and smart design, SOA's One Shot, One Kill (OSOK) Sawback Tanto is surprisingly affordable! But don't let the price tag fool you - the OSOK makes no sacrifices when it comes to raw cutting potency and fiendishly dangerous style. The razor sharp 7" 3Cr13 stainless steel blade is especially menacing, boasting a distinctively wicked profile and ominous nonreflective black finish. But make no mistake - the OSOK's fierce blade doesn't just look threatening; it's remarkably versatile and loaded with real-world clout. Perfect for piercing and stabbing, the legendary tanto point yields maximum penetration power. Two unique blade edges - a traditional fine edge and rugged serrated edge - make the OSOK well suited to a vast range of cutting applications, from simple everyday jobs around the house, to vigorous tactical or field work in remote locales. Regardless of how or where you use it, the OSOK is always a pleasure to wield, thanks to its impeccable weight distribution and robust, ergonomically molded handle with textured no-slip grip. The handle also includes an integrated lanyard hole and convenient steel glass breaker on the pommel. The included hard molded sheath keeps the OSOK well protected, while allowing for numerous transport and concealment options via its convenient nylon belt strap and multiple lanyard holes and strap slits. SOA's incredible One Shot, One Kill Sawback Tanto Knife has the quality construction and outstanding features you need, at a price that can't be beat.You simply won't find a fixed blade knife of this caliber priced so astonishingly low anywhere else. So don't waste your money - take advantage of this extraordinary value today!


Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.50 out of 5
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Great knife!! Reviewed by Vic Espinosa on Apr 21, 2018   5 out of 5

I got this knife when it was on sale for $7.95 and free shipping, and it turned out to be money very well spent! The blade was shaving sharp right out of the box, and the grip is perfectly sized for my hand. I know others have had issues with the sheath, but I always build leather sheaths for my knives so to me, not a big deal at all. All in all a great value, and the next time I see them on sale I'll def be buying a few more!



Ferociously Tactical, but "scary" to girls at work Reviewed by Nathan Moreno on Apr 19, 2018   5 out of 5

I got this knife a while back! Cool package and lightweight. I am not sure of it is a Full-Tang, but, the Mag-Flint near the Glass Breaker is a nice touch. I attached velcro snaps and replaced the Velcro holding the blade in the sheath with Snaps for stealthy usage. This knife was quite sharp and a STEAL at the price. I was warned at work to not bring it because it "looks scary" to ONE girl there who quit anyways. But, if you're in survival mode, this is perfect! As always, BUDK comes through with great knives at affordable prices! Break glass and fights up without breaking your bank! Thanks, guys! P.S. Is it a Full-Tang?



Decent Reviewed by on Apr 05, 2018   3 out of 5

Nicely ground blade, but a cheap feeling handle. The magnesium rod in the butt was loose, it fell out and I lost it for several days. The sheath is actually pretty nice for the money you pay, it’s made of rugged plastic and not cheap nylon, however the blade doesn’t fit very well in it. The knife is almost too small for the sheath and it rattles incessantly with your every movement. If you were to actually use this knife for tactical situations, it would constantly give away your position- there’s nothing “stealthy” about it.



Reviewed by Thomas Lee on Mar 04, 2018   5 out of 5

Bought this knife not expecting much for the price but got the surprise of my life. The thing came so sharp I used it to cut Sheetrock. Then hacked the hell out of some branches. Would recommend to anyone



Joe Reviewed by on Feb 28, 2018   5 out of 5

A lot of movement in the sheath but remedy it with heat gun. Now it’s solid. Thanks BUDK!



Sweet! Reviewed by Ivan Duran on Feb 22, 2018   5 out of 5

This is a sick looking knife. Mean looking blade. Sturdy meaty handle. Hidden fire starter was a nice surprise. Sheath is ok. Double velcro strap closure definitely keeps it in place. All in all, good knife. Especially for the price. Get one. Thanks BudK!



Very good overall value Reviewed by Eric McDougle on Feb 10, 2018   4 out of 5

I liked the theme and gruesome look of this blade. For pure shock value it's hard to beat. That said, it took an edge okay, it definitely won't be your sharpest knife. This design of tanto can be very hard to sharpen on the edge elevating up to the point , because it inclines to abruptly. I'm in agreement, that the sheath lacks serious service in the field of actual mission deployment. I wouldn't trash it though. I'm just angy I didn't wait until the price was slashed before I bought this puppy.



Surprise Reviewed by on Feb 06, 2018   4 out of 5

Mean looking knife and sharp all across blade. The surprise is the stashed small Ferrocerium rod fire starter hidden in butt of handle undisclosed in description of item online. 4star rate due to sheath. Knife rattles like a door knocker in there, they will hear you coming. Over all nice survival knife.



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