Blackhawk! The tatang

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    Thats the knife they use in Call of duty modern warfare 2 isnt it? lol....they got good guns in the game, maybe they picked a good knife...LOL

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    If the steel is that carbon tool metal like it says it is then it should be an excellent knife. My buddy has a series of those Ontario ratt knives and they are awesome. For me if the steel is made in Japan or anywhere other than china it's probably good quality. That to me is a good guide. I like american steel or japanese like seki city.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pepsi View Post
    Thats the knife they use in Call of duty modern warfare 2 isnt it? lol....they got good guns in the game, maybe they picked a good knife...LOL
    Certainly looks like it, doesn't it?

    edit: found this. It looks like it was based on the Tatang

    From the Call of Duty Wiki:

    In Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, the knife's appearance and range was changed from its appearance from the first Modern Warfare game. It is based off the Blackhawk Tatang, and has a range increased to a little bit above ten feet. NPCs in single player are able to use the knife, but it is a very rare occurrence.
    Also, the group that made the MW2 strategy guide had an engraved knife made for Infinity Ward.




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    1085C properly heat treated would make for a really good and tough blade.

    I sure would opt for the plain blade style without the serrations since the serrations really get in the way and are a true P.I.T.A. for an "all purpose" daily use type survival knife.

    Just my personal opinion on that. I absolutely hate serrations in that location on any "keep you alive" type working knife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    1085C properly heat treated would make for a really good and tough blade.

    I sure would opt for the plain blade style without the serrations since the serrations really get in the way and are a true P.I.T.A. for an "all purpose" daily use type survival knife.

    Just my personal opinion on that. I absolutely hate serrations in that location on any "keep you alive" type working knife.
    Agreed on all points. Never liked serrations on a blade...

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    For me personally I find myself wanting and really needing to use that exact area of the blade for a myriad of assorted blade tasks that do not need or require serrations.


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    Agreed on all points. Never liked serrations on a blade...

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    For me personally I find myself wanting and really needing to use that exact area of the blade for a myriad of assorted blade tasks that do not need or require serrations.
    Exactly.

    Sometimes you need a bit of leverage, but the job still calls for the plain edge. If you have to move out past the serrations to do this, you could risk slippage and an injury.

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    The thing about Blackhawk, in general, also applies to their knives. They don't put out ANYTHING that's a bad product.

    But chances are if you look around, you can find a product that's just as good, and pay less money for it.
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