Halfbreed Blade Compact Medium Infantry Knife MIK-05PS

Complementing HalfBreed Blades' recent new line up of mid-sized combat blades is the new MIK-03.

Purposed designed to fulfil multiple tasks, in particular the Close Quarter Battle role for Infantry, the new Medium Infantry Knife - 03 is a fixed blade made from a solid slab of 6.5mm thick Austrian K110 (D2) steel.

The new MIK-03 features a modified drop point design with a partial aggressively serrated blade designed for piercing, prying and slicing tasks while its enlarged hand guard helps with the application of precise pressure while keeping the user safe from the razor sharp blade.

Jimping at key points along the handle, and in particular forward of the top edge of the blade, allows the user to exert pressure and downward force with precision control.

The handle's scales are made of G10 and are contoured and moulded to provide maximum grip with non-gloved hands.

The blade is coated in Teflon to reduce glare, reduce friction and provide durability with the end of the full tang finishing in a crusher pommel - perfect for crushing and hammering tasks.

The MIK-03 comes complete with its own moulded Kydex sheath and a belt carry system and is available in Black, Dark Earth and Ranger Green colour options.

Description: Medium Infantry Knife
Action: Fixed Blade
Blade Steel: K110 D2 (59-60 HRC)
Blade Edge: Polished Partially Serrated
Blade Finish: Teflon Coated
Blade Style: Drop Point
Blade Length: 5.31" (135mm)
Blade Thickness: 0.25" (6.5mm)
Handle Material: G10
Handle Thickness: 0.98" (25mm)
Overall Length: 10.43" (265mm)
Sheath Type: Molded Kydex
Sheath Weight: 4.40oz. (125g)
Knife Weight: 11.18oz. (317g)
Overall Weight: 15.58oz. (442g)
Mounting: Belt

See more images and details of the MIK-03 specialist knife by visiting Halfbreed Blades at www.halfbreedblades.com.au

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