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kbar

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a kilobar
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"KA-BAR was founded out of the remnants of a few other small cutlery companies in the 1890's by Wallace and Emerson Brown, and their father John W.
KA-BAR's current version of the Mark 2 Fighting Knife is relatively unchanged since its introduction in 1942 (a few improvements have been added over the decades) and the company offers a wide range of commemoratives.
I like to carry two knives, a large one (I've been carrying a Ka-Bar since I was 17 -- sentimental I guess) and a smaller folding knife.
I flipped through the Smokey Mountain Knife Works (800-251-9306) catalog after reading your letter and noticed Ka-Bar "high carbon," Frost "440-C USA made," Bear "440-C," Henckels "420 stainless," Camillus "440," Colt "440" and other manufacturers with folding knives.
With the RTG TAC 1 holster (.125" Kydex, the heaviest available), three vertical mag holders, Powertac E5 or E9 light and Ka-Bar TDI LEO knife, all hung on a padded "battle belt" --you suddenly have everything at-hand.
Dirk, Ka-bar, Sykes-Fairbairn, Kukri and Basilard are all examples of what?
Mark's Outdoor carries all the well-known knife brands, including Benchmade, Spyderco, SOG, Buck, CRKT, Case, Kershaw, Ka-Bar and more.
Russell, Canal Street Cutlery and Great Eastern Cutlery have jumped into the market, while older brands like KA-BAR (and the original Union Cutlery label), Remington and Utica Cutlery (Kutmaster) have been rejuvenated.
5 Ka-Bar's 7507 is the latest offering from custom knife maker Jesse Jarosz.
KA-BAR wowed the knife-buying public last year with its new line of Johnson Adventure Blades.
KA-BAR is known primarily for military knives, but when they hooked up with Boar Hunter Magazine field editor Steve Johnson they instantly became the hunter's friend.
Ka-Bar's new line of Adventure knives includes the Baconmaker, aimed at extreme users such as hog hunters and adventure trekkers.