BLACKHAWK Blades for 2009 | Blackhawk Knives

Blackhawk continues to expand its product line with the following knives for 2009.

BlackHawk has continued to expand their knife line with four new models for 2009.  The “Be-Wharned,” designed by Michael Janich, is far from a typical wharncliffe blade.  The steep profile offers utility but increases the personal defense potential of the 3.4-inch blade.  If you are looking for a true combat dagger, try mixing the designs of Applegate, Fairbairn and Bret Beshara into one knife.  The new “UK-SFK” (United Kingdom Special Forces Knife) does just that with a 6.22-inch blade of D-2 steel and full tang construction.  Also for this year, BlackHawk has given their “MOD CQD Mark I” a new re-build to come up with the “Type E” version (pictured above).  You get an improved edge geometry while maintaining the other features such as a seat belt cutter and glass breaker all at a lower price point  Just to make sure you don’t break one of your knives with abuse, they have introduced the “Small Pry.”  The knife/pry bar combination is of D-2 steel for strength and carries a 4.39-inch cutting edge.  Click the additional thumbnails to see each model.

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