USMC Combat Fighter Fixed Blade Knife With Leather Sheath - Heat-Treated Blade, Stacked Leather Handle - 12 1/2" Length
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  • Iconic USMC combat knife
  • 7" stainless steel blade
  • Heat treated black finish
  • Blood groove and clip point
  • Stacked leather handle
  • Embossed leather sheath
  • Overall length: 12 1/2"

United Cutlery's classic USMC combat fighter knife features a rock solid 420 stainless steel fixed blade with a heat treated black finish. The 7" clip point blade is razor sharp and includes a heavy blood groove. The genuine leather handle is stacked just like the classic knives traditionally carried by Marines, complete with a protective hand guard and cast pommel. This top quality fixed blade knife comes to you with a handsome embossed leather sheath.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 3.85 out of 5
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Sheath Reviewed by on Jan 26, 2018   5 out of 5

The handling on the sheath to game off in the first month of me owning this knife but other wise it's an ok knife

Great Reviewed by Marc Cibelli on Dec 25, 2017   5 out of 5

Very well made knife. Sharp enough, but could be sharper. Sturdy handle. Stacked leather is so solid it feels like wood. Sheath is premium. Very happy with this purchase.

Its an okay knife. Reviewed by on Mar 09, 2017   3 out of 5

It's nice, but when I was hacking at a tree trunk, the guard came loose and about 8 months later the leather handling came off. In conclusion, it's, okay but only buy it for cheap outdoor jobs, not heavy duty stuff.

So-so. Reviewed by Terry Hallett on Dec 28, 2016   4 out of 5

This is an"okay"knife. As long as you're paying less than twenty dollars for it,you're getting a good deal. Doesn't sound like a ringing endorsement,well its not. I own a lot of knives and this one is just okay.

Great knives Reviewed by Kenneth O'Connor on Nov 28, 2016   5 out of 5

My late father was in the Marines so I thought it might be a nice gift for his great grandsons. I bought six and had them engraved with each of their names. I also added the eagle. Got them today and I am thrilled as they will be on Christmas. Great quality, fast shipping and a great memento for the boys.

USMC Knife TR-88 Reviewed by on Nov 22, 2016   3 out of 5

I bought two and discovered the pin problem imediately. I Make custom Leather Sheaths for all my BUDK products, so I used my Leather glue and placed a small amount on each layer of the leather handle making sure to place them in the same exact order as the were originally stacked. I then had to press down hard to replace the butt and inserted a drop of epoxy, then the a cut off Nail slightly larger than the pin provided and used a center punch to set the pin. Then another drop of epoxy and let it set overnight. I then dipped the butt only into Plasti-Dip. This fills the pin hole and the square hole on the end of the Butt. I then took it out and from 20 feet threw it an old log of wood "My personal Knife and Axe throwing target" and it held up perfectly. It only took about 30 minutes and made a huge difference. This allows me to keep the cost down for my customers and "My Customers absolutely love it". They can spend the extra bucks on a K-bar, but they don't need to with this quick fix. Good all around Utility Knife with good Balance and Grip for the Money. As for the guy that broke the tip... Any Knife will break (or bend) if not removed carefully.

USMC Knife and Sheath Reviewed by Michael King on Nov 20, 2016   3 out of 5

I bought 2 of these replica knives for $9.99 each. The key word here is "replica". If you want or need such a knife for heavy-duty use, spend the money and buy a real Ka-Bar knife. They are OK for the price I paid. They look nice but don't buy them for anything other than display or light duty use. One of the knives I purchased has a loose guard and the butt cap fell off the other one. I re-attached the butt cap with epoxy glue so that should fix it. Also, don't use the butt cap as a hammer like the original combat knives were used. It definitely will break and fall apart!

semper fi fellow jar heads Reviewed by on Nov 10, 2016   5 out of 5

I love this one it looks like my KA -Bar. My wife bought me this one along with 4 others and a sword cane from cold steel. Thanks budk another great one.

USMC Reviewed by Doug Edwards on Oct 04, 2016   5 out of 5

A good knife for general utility. You will need to sharpen it as it comes with a dull edge. It sharpens easily. Regarding the pin that holds the pommel, I put a drop of epoxy glue in the cavity. This is a very good value for a nicely made knife.

It's United Cutlery....says it all. Reviewed by on Sep 14, 2016   5 out of 5

This is a good LOOKING knife. It looks just like a Ka-Bar. That being said, looks aren't anything. If you want a Ka-Bar, buy a Ka-Bar. I needed this knife as a prop in a play and so it met my needs. I didn't want to use one of my Ka-Bars so I bought this knife. When I compared it to an actual Ka-Bar, here is what I found: 1. The sheath of the Ka-Bar far exceeds the sheath of this knife in quality and build. 2. This knife is much lighter than the Ka-Bar. Why? I couldn't really tell. The blade is a bit thinner, but not by a great deal. I can only assume it is the type of metal used. 3. The buttcap on the handle is not affixed as securely on this knife as it is on the Ka-Bar. 4. The blade is not sharp. I suppose I could cut myself with it, but United Cutlery knives are not known for being razor sharp upon arrival, are not known for being capable of being sharpened to a razor edge or even for edge retention. So, if you want a knife that LOOKS good, (perfect for a prop in a play), this is a good price for a prop. If you want a knife that is Ka-Bar quality, then buy a Ka-Bar. If you can't afford a Ka-Bar, then look at the Case Marine Corp knife. Case, Ka-Bar and Camillus all made knives used by Marines in WW2. Personally, I carry a Gerber LMF (2nd gen), and a Gerber Prodigy as my fixed blade knife. My wife and son carry the Ka-Bars.

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