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Army Ranger Reviews the Best Tactical Knives | Knife Banter Ep. 91

Zac sits down with Neal Curry from Ready Gunner to discus tactical knives. Check out some tactical knives here: Enter the GAW here:

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Knives in order of appearance:

Ka-Bar USMC Fighting Knife:

Emerson Rangemaster Sheepdog:

Gerber StrongArm:

Gerber 06 Auto:

Gerber MP600:

Gerber Short Stack:

Leatherman MUT:

Leatherman Raptor:


Spyderco Autonomy:

Spyderco Yojimbo 2:

Microtech Socom Elite:

Boker Strike:

Cold Steel Safe Maker II:

Benchmade Outlast:

Benchmade Infidel:

Hogue EX-A01:

Hogue EX-A05:

TOPS C.U.T. 4.0:

ZT 0562:

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14 replies on “Army Ranger Reviews the Best Tactical Knives | Knife Banter Ep. 91”

I love the infidel. used it on duty for a while. but not for self defense. I used an socp for that. much more reliable in that aspect.

How could you miss the Kershaw Emerson CQC Series and Böker auto's and CRKT Homefront but include Gerber? Gerber is the High-Point of the knifeworld, just saying.

also, what was said about the airforce is completely true. but everyone knows when you are giving the AF shit, we aren't talkin about the PJs a jtec. they are theyre own thing

I hate the M16. one reason is definitely that stupid lock. good luck using that with gloves. you cant. its a stupid "tactical" folder.

“Tactical” A word that means progressing towards military style of things while falling short of said standard and up charging way more than it’s worth! 😎

I've had a m16-10kz for over 10 years. The auto-lock has always been a feature I've loved. It just provides a little bit more security when using the knife. Although it takes some time to get used to.

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