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Bubba Blade BB1-7P 7" inch Blade Penetrator Tactical/Survival Knife

Bubba Blade

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The Bubba Blade 7 inch Blade Penetrator Tactical/Survival Knife uses the same patented textured no slip grip handle, and stainless steel as the other Bubba Blades. The high carbon black coated steel blade is 7 inches long and 5 MM thick, has a saw back, serrated edge and is razor sharp making it a very versatile knife that you will want to have with you in any tactical/survival situation.The 7-inch Penetrator Tactical/Surviva  a.k.a. "The Beast" is the ultimate hunting knife for the Outdoorsman blade is ready for when you're in the great outdoors.

Features

  • 7” blade with 6" handle for a total length of 13.5"
  • Full tang construction made from a single piece of steel provides strength and stability and balances the knife
  • Trigger grip lets you put some heat on the knife when needed
  • Thumb & finger pads ensure total control
  • Safety guards for protection
  • Safety guards for protection from the blade & spines of fish
  • High carbon stainless steel
  • Large patented textured no slip grip handle made from thermoplastic polymer then wrapped with a special synthetic rubber for outstanding grip security
  • Factory sharpened by hand to razor sharpness
  • Rockwell hardness rating 56-58
  • Custom black synthetic sheath
  • Part Number:BB1-7P

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