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Discussion in 'Knives, Tactical Gear, and Survival' started by Ole Cowboy, Jul 16, 2018.

  1. Ole Cowboy

    Ole Cowboy TGT Addict

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    https://www.touchofmodern.com/sales...a28bcdc39004aabb3f3f867a9cc755bb55079b&open=1

    LOTAR COMBAT
    Expertly Designed Tactical Knives
    LOTAR Combat was founded by Nir, AKA "300" - a former commanding officer in the IDF Elite Combat Unit and Israeli L/E Special Task Force with over 20 years of experience in defense and security consulting. A designer and artist at heart, he created LOTAR Combat from the perspective of the boots on the ground— applying his own experiences to create powerful tools with optimum ergonomics, extreme impact and weather resilience, and above all, an ultra fail-proof function that never compromises.

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  2. pharmaco

    pharmaco Give me those potatoes

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    Haha, $350 for a cheesy knife made by an "artist" out of D2?
     
  3. sharkey

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    It is worth what someone pays for it. Not for me but I have bought a couple customs above that price range.

    Still buying Chinese clone folders more than anything else in the $50 range. Quality is there and best bang for my buck.

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  4. pharmaco

    pharmaco Give me those potatoes

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    Very true.
    It just boggles my mind the kind of stuff the "tactical" community will buy.

    As long as it has a bunch of sharp angles ground into it that would make it nearly worthless for long, hard use, people will buy it
     
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  5. Sam7sf

    Sam7sf Well-Known

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    I’m not a fan of geometry like that. Makes sharpening a bit more time consuming. Just give me a chisel grind clip point basic folder.

    Tool steel has been the latest knife craze for a while. For the money I’m still a fan of a quality affordable 1095 fixed blade or a sandvik or aus8 folder. Edge retention is just fine if the process is done well. Just my two cents.
     
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