Ka-Bar TDI Hinderer Hell Fire Straight Edge Knife - Black - Fixed Blade - Kabar Knives
Ka-Bar's TDI/Hinderer Hell Fire with Hard Plastic Sheath - Kabar
Overall Length: 7.25”
Tang Stamp: KA-BAR/TDI/Hinderer
Handle Material: Ultramid
Blade Type: Fixed Blade
Edge Angles: 20 Degrees
Knife Material: 1095 Cro-Van
Rockwell Hardness: 56-58
Blade Thickness: .188"
Blade Length: 3.563”
Shape: Recurve Tanto
Knife: Manufactured in US
Blade Width: 1.25"
Handle Color: Black
Sheath Color: Black
Sheath Material: Hard Plastic
KA-BAR, formally KA-BAR Knives, Inc. manufactures high quality military, hunting, sporting, and all-purpose utility, and outdoor survival knives.
The Hell Fire is from the Kabar TDI/Hinderer knife collection, a series of design collaborations between Tactical Defense Institute President and Chief Instructor, John Benner, and custom knife maker, Rick Hinderer. The knives are designed for real-world emergency situations, sure when gripped and ambidextrous for a multitude of mounting and application options.
This knife features a recurve tanto blade, locking hard plastic sheath, and reversible black metal belt clip.
A compact, stout tanto blade is fiercely rugged and appropriate for piercing through the toughest materials. The tanto is a sword but is used as a knife. The blade is single or double edged. They are characterized by an angular, almost noncontinuous edge made up of two cutting planes. The edge draws a line out from the handle before making a hard change of direction and running to the tip, resulting in a striking appearance and broad, durable point.
Ultramid is noted for its high mechanical strength, stiffness, and thermal stability. It has an outstanding resistance to chemicals and very good impact strength, making it a great compound for handles.
1095 CRO Van is a high carbon steel used for making knives. This steel grade is based on the 1095 steel, with higher Vanadium, Molybdenum, Nitrogen, and Chromium elements. These elements offer a great wear resistance and toughness. This knife is easy to sharpen.