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National Knives, LLC

ESEE 3 Fixed Blade Knife 3P-MB, Black 3-7/8" Plain Edge Blade, Linen Micarta Handle, MOLLE Back, Coyote Brown Sheath, Pointed Pommel

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ESEE 3 Fixed Blade Knife 3P-MB, Black 3-7/8" Plain Edge Blade, Linen Micarta Handle, MOLLE Back, Coyote Brown Sheath, Pointed Pommel

$184.00 $85.00
(You save $99.00)
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Product Description

  • Blade Length: Approximately 3.875" ~ 3 7/8" ~ 98 mm
  • Blade Material: Black High Carbon 1095 Steel
  • Blade Style: Plain Edge
  • Blade Thickness: Approximately 0.125" ~ 1/8" ~ 3 mm
  • Lock Style: Fixed Blade
  • Open Overall Length: Approximately 8.3125" ~ 8 5/16" ~ 211 mm
  • Handle Material: Gray Linen Micarta
  • HRc: 55 - 57
  • Weight: Approximately 5.20 Ounces ~ 147 g
  • Sheath: Coyote Brown Molded Sheath
  • Special Features:
    Includes Cordura MOLLE Back
    Survival Business Card
    Clip Plate
    Paracord and Cord Lock
    Lanyard Hole
    Standard Pommel
    Serial Numbered (on Pommel)
    Made in USA

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The parent corporation for Randall's Adventure Training ® / ESEE ® Knives is TransEquatorial Solutions, Inc ®, an Alabama corporation. The corporation's stock is equally split between by Jeff Randall and Mike Perrin. TransEquatorial Solutions, Inc. ® was setup to provide global training, gear and logistical solutions in remote environments.

Randall's Adventure Training ® has been in business since 1997, training military, law enforcement, and civilians in the art of jungle survival. During our survival training ventures, we recognized the need for a better knife for our jungle school. Machete's were too thin and flexible and sheath knives were too small and lacked cutting efficiency. Our problem was solved when we designed the RTAK, a large sheath knife that offered the cutting efficiency of a machete with the hard work features of a sheath knife. We commissioned Newt Livesay of Wicked Knife Co. to build the first models of this knife. To our surprise, the RTAK became very popular and we soon had more orders than Newt had shop time.

In 2002 Randall's Adventure & Training (RAT) licensed Ontario Knife Co to build the RTAK on a 5-year contract term. During that time frame, Randall's Adventure & Training designed additional knives that were also built by Ontario, and secured government NSN numbers on two of the designs.

After our Ontario contract ended in April, 2007, we decided to produce a higher quality line of knives outside of the mass production capabilities of Ontario. The new ESEE ® Line (Formerly RAT Cutlery) is considered "mid-tech" in the sense of quality and manufacturing procedures. This means you will notice upgrades to sheathing, fit, finish and detail on ESEE ® knives. Most important, ESEE ® is now in a position to respond quickly to new product development and upgrades to existing lines. All of our designs fit the bill of desirable field cutlery when it comes to toughness, comfort, and cutting efficiency.

Unlike a lot of manufacturers, ESEE ® doesn't just release a new knife because it looks cool on paper, we personally field test each new design prototype before is makes it to the production stage. Once we make the final design tweaks and the knife is put into production, we test the design again during field outings Stateside and jungle survival classes in the Peruvian Amazon. We also have users around the world that test our knives and submit feedback. When you buy a ESEE knife you know you're getting a knife designed by real users.

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