TDI Hinderer Hellfire knife by Kabar. Ka-Bar code is 2486
This Ka-Bar knife has been designed with a collaboration between John Benner who is president and chief instructor at "Tactical Defence Institute" and custom knife maker Rick Hinderer (owner of Hinderer Knives). With there experience in emergency situations and knife design they have made a knife that fits the purpose of a real world emergency.
John Benner and Rick Hinderer have designed the knife and Ka-Bar have made it using their knife making expertise.
The TDI/Hinderer Hellfire knife by Kabar features:
- Tanto blade.
- 3" (7.5cm) cutting edge.
- 7.25" (8.3cm) overall length.
- Blade is shaped downward from the handle for great grip and use.
- Bolt on handle is very comfortable with the trigger finger resting nicely on the cross guard.
- Shaped and grooved thumb grip on the top of the blade.
- Lanyard hole at the end of the handle.
- Includes the TDI plastic sheath which has the extra clip lock on it, for extra safety of the knife.
- The plastic clip is released by your thumb and locks instantly when you push the knife into the scabbard.
- Metal belt clip on the back of the sheath so it can slide onto belts, over the waist band of trousers, top of boots etc.
- Blade material 1095 Cro-Van.
- Blade thickness 5mm.
- Hardness 56-58 HR.
- Knife made in America.
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- When carrying or using a knife, there are a few simple laws which may apply to you that you should be aware of:-
- You can carry a small folding (non locking) pocket knife with a cutting edge of less than 3" in any place in theUKthat doesn’t have specific restrictions against pointed instruments e.g. airports
- If you need to use a locking knife for added safety, or a fixed bladed knife then you may be required to give ‘good reason’ for carrying it if asked to do so by a Police Officer. Good reason may include, pursuit of a leisure activity e.g. re-enactment, fishing, camping, hunting, or as a tool of work or trade e.g. military, joiner, plumber or delivery driver.
- Carry and use your knife responsibly. A knife is a tool and an everyday object that should not be used irresponsibly.
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