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Ontario RAT Model 1 Folding Knife, 3.6" Stainless Satin Blade, Black Nylon Handle - 8848SP

CODE:
OK-RAT1-FOLDER-8848SP
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List price: $48.75
$29.95
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Description

The Ontario RAT Model 1 is a superb design from Jeff Randall at Randall's Adventure and Training. The immensely popular RAT folders are among OKC's top selling products. You will not be able to beat this well designed knife with solid features and construction, coming in at under $30. This is an ideal workhorse folding knife that you won't have to worry about using or losing. The RAT Model 1 Folder is the perfect size for pocket carry, at 6" closed and a 3.625" long, AUS-8 Stainless Steel, .120" thick blade.

The RAT Model 1 Folder Knife opens with one hand using a reversible thumb stud.

The handles are very comfortable, sturdy textured nylon, with an open post steel liner lock frame that makes for easy cleaning. Features a 4-way position pocket clip and lanyard hole. This liner lock folding knife has a blade hardness of 55-56 HRC for lasting durability. This knife is designed for comfort and performance with an index finger groove on the handle to keep your hand from sliding and jimping on the spine of the blade for controlled cutting.

Some uses for this knife include:

  • Skinning and Field Dressing Game
  • Basic Utility Tasks like cutting twine and rope
  • Food preparation
  • EDC

The Ontario RAT Model 1 is 8.6" in overall length when open, and is manufactured in Taiwan.

Specifications

Blade Finish:
Stonewashed
Blade Steel:
AUS-8 Stainless
Blade Thickness:
.115 in (0.292 cm)
Blade Type:
Drop Point
Closed Length:
5.0 in (12.7 cm)
Cutting Edge Length:
3.5 in (8.9 cm)
Grind:
Flat
Handle Material:
Glass Filled Nylon & Stainless Steel
Knife Style:
Folding Blade
Knife Weight:
5 oz
Lock Type:
Liner Lock
Open Length:
8.5 in (21.6 cm)
Origin:
Taiwan
Pommel:
Rounded
Hardness:
55-56 HRC
Spine:
Thumb Jimping
Unique Features:
Reversible Pocket Clip, Ambidextrous Thumb Stud, Pillar Construction
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