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Ontario RAT Model II Folder Knife | D2 Tool Steel | Black Blade | Desert Tan Handle | 8830DT

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$38.95
SKU:
8830DT
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Ontario RAT Model II Folder Knife | D2 Tool Steel | Black Blade | Desert Tan Handle | 8830DT

$5 FLAT RATE SHIPPING Ontario RAT Model II Folder Knife | D2 Tool Steel | Black Blade | Desert Tan Handle | 8830DT

The very popular RAT Model II Folder knife with a G10 Desert Tan handle and D2 tool steel blade! The RAT Model II Folder is a bit smaller and thinner than it's predecessor (RAT Model 1 Folder) but is also undeniably one of the best everyday carry knives on the market. Affordable, reliable and well made, this RAT Model II Folder features a D2 Tool Steel plain edge blade with a black finish and a Desert Tan G10 Handle. A linerlock secures the D2 blade in place.

Ontario RAT Model II Folder Knife | D2 Tool Steel | Black Blade | Coyote Brown Handle | Satin Plain Blade | 8830CB Specifications:

  • Overall Length: 7"
  • Blade Length: 3"
  • Blade Steel: D2 Tool Steel, Black Finish, Plain Edge
  • Handle Material: G10
  • Lock Mechanism: LinerLock
  • Opening Mechanism: Thumbstud
  • Carry System: Reversible Pocket Clip

 

 

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  • 5
    It does what it does well

    Posted by Nick on Jun 9th 2020

    This might be the first review I've written about a product ever. Either that or I wrote one so long ago that I can't remember, so the fact that you're reading this is a pretty big deal. Just saying.

    This is the first knife I've purchased that I've done any sort of research on. Everywhere I looked this knife came up as a recommendation - and for good reason. A simple, to the point (ha) tool that gets the job done. My one complaint is that I keep forcing this knife onto tasks that would clearly be better suited for another tool. The joy that comes with using this knife has completely replaced my concern for the safety of my fingers as It's incredibly fun to play with due to the smooth action. But be warned! It's still a knife, and it's quite sharp out of the box. Don't be lulled into the false sense of security that comes with the absent minded fidgeting! Be better than I am. One band-aid speckled hand is typing this glowing review, while the other hand continues to flirt with the law of probability as it brazenly flicks the blade open to hear that effortless "click" for the millionth time. It just never gets old.

    Anyways.. Get this if you want a quality, unassuming tool that does what you ask of it. Simple as that. The price is just the cherry on top.