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Rat Knives

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    Rat Knives

    Any one here know anything about them Looks like a good knife but would like to here some opinions. Thanks for any input.


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    Good knives...never heard anything negative about them. My next "general purpose" fixed-blade will probably be a RAT.
    "Being a predator isn't always comfortable but the only other option is to be prey. That is not an acceptable option." ~Phil Messina

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    I've got one from the day's they were made by Ontario in D2 steel. It's a basic, solid design. I haven't found anything that I needed to cut, where this wouldn't to the trick.

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    If These are what you are refering to they are good.
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    I bought the RC-3 S.W.A.T special, I like it a lot although have not used it a lot. I have many knives and they all get their turn.

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    I had an Ontario Rat 7 in D2, and chipped the hell out of it chopping oak.....might be the curse of Ontario.........

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    I have found that many of Ontario knives are high on the brittle side and chip or in one case my knife snapped off 1/3 of the blade when a knot in wood was hit. This was a gurkha shaped blade that was made for chopping. The real RAT knives are much better then the Ontario knives.

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