Ontario Knife Company® has been delivering proven knife designs that are the first and last line of defense and survival in some of the most demanding environments on Earth. The company cut its teeth on tactical lines back in its inception more than a century ago, and since has been unmatched in developing compact, versatile knife solutions tailored for the outdoor enthusiast. The Ontario Knife Rat™-3 Sheath is no exception — created by experts to stand up to punishing applications that can mean the difference between life and death in the field.
This exceptionally powerful design is crafted from some of the toughest materials on the market — the fixed blade is a 5” flat ground 1095 carbon steel blade — with a black textured powder coating created to stay razor sharp and built to last for generations. The Ontario Knife Rat-3 comes complete with a rugged canvas micarta handle in four model configurations: a serrated blade edge, or plain edge with either Black or Foliage Green sheath.
When you pack a knife as part of your survival contingency plan should the unexpected occur in the wilderness, you want the assurance that this tool is going to slice effortlessly through rope, wood, or flesh. The Ontario Knife Rat-3 delivers this kind of performance and more —it fits in your pack or on your belt with ease, as it’s a mere 7.8” in overall length, while the blade has a 3.5” cutting edge, and thickness of .125”. In fact, all Rat-3 knife options include the specially designed sheath with a boot clip and TekLok™ attachment options. Measuring 2″ x 2 3/4″, it’s made of black Kydex and snaps securely around belts up to 1 1/2″ wide, offering a wide range of holes and slots for securing the knife sheath in numerous different positions.
Like all Ontario Knife products, the Ontario Knife Rat™-3 is proudly made in the U.S.A, and is backed by craftsmanship and expertise of the company that’s been supplying knives and accessories to outdoorsmen and our military for decades. Ontarioknife.com.
Ontario Knife Company® has been delivering proven knife designs that are the first and last…
by Tactical-Life.com / Oct 29, 2010