Ontario 8628 RTAK II Knife (Green)

March 2, 2019 - Comment

The Ontario Knife RTAK II Series of knives will stand the test of durability. Constructed from 5160 carbon steel, and canvas textured micarta handles, this is one tough knife. Situated in New York State’s scenic Southern Tier, Ontario Knife Company produces one of the most comprehensive, wide-ranging product lines in the cutlery industry today. While

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The Ontario Knife RTAK II Series of knives will stand the test of durability. Constructed from 5160 carbon steel, and canvas textured micarta handles, this is one tough knife. Situated in New York State’s scenic Southern Tier, Ontario Knife Company produces one of the most comprehensive, wide-ranging product lines in the cutlery industry today. While being a worldwide supplier, the Ontario Knife Company is also a major supplier to the U.S. Government and its military. Ontario has built its reputation on a heritage of uncompromising craftsmanship, quality materials and components, and a steadfast commitment to its workforce. Foliage green textured and powder coated non-reflective blade. Full tang blades are hardened to 54-56 HRC. Canvas Micarta scales rounded for comfort. Lanyard hole in handle. Includes nylon sheath.

Product Features

  • Made of 5160 Steel
  • Blade Length 10.3 in (26.0 cm)
  • Overall Length 16.6 in (42.2 cm)
  • Weighs 1 lb 6.5 oz (0.64 kg)
  • 17 inch(43 cms) plain edge blade
  • Knife Overall Length: 17-Inch
  • Weighs 1 lb 6.5 oz (0.64 kg)

Comments

Anonymous says:

Best “big boy” knife for the money A heck of a lot of knife for the money. I am a big fan of most Ontario fixed blades, they are typically made in the USA, reasonably priced, and tougher than a Chuck Norris, John Wayne love child. Most of the reviewers have already covered this knife in depth so I’ll try to fill the gaps. The closest competitor this knife has is the ESEE Junglas, which, I’m not going to lie, is a slightly better quality knife but for almost twice the money. You can spend a lot more money and get a little bit…

Anonymous says:

Great knife! Wonderful knife, like any Ontario that I’ve ever purchased! I bought mine when they were still using 1095 as the steel. I know there has been mixed reviews on this knife with that steel, but I think I got a “good one.” It’s a workhorse to say the least! I will note that I have used this knife in any manner that a knife should be used for. I have not batoned with it, nor will I. While I know it should hold up to it, I don’t believe that is what a knife should be subjected to, nor should…

Anonymous says:

Garbage This knife was used for some light batoning and it held up great. I then attempted to take the legs off of an elk I harvested this year and the picture you see was the result. My brother owns the bk9 and has processed 7 elk or so with it and has not had a single issue. I buy big knives to do things I cannot reasonably do with little knives. This knife is a big useless fragile paper weight as far as i am concerned.

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