Ontario P4 USMC Combat Fixed Blade 7" Clip Point 440A Stainless Steel Blade Leater Handle Brown
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The P4 Combat Knife from Ontario Knife Company is an attractive U.S. Marine Corps commemorative knife made in the U.S.A. The belt-loop leather sheath holds the 7 inch 440A stainless steel blade in place. The mirror finish on the blade as well as a glossy finish on the stacked leather handle makes this an eye-catching knife.
- Folding or Fixed Blade: Fixed
- Blade Steel: 440A Stainless Steel
- Serrated: No
- Blade length: 7 in
- Blade Thickness: 0.19 in
- Blade Finish: Mirror
- Overall Length: 11.75 in
- Hardness: 49-52 HRC
- Carry Options: Belt Loop Sheath
- Made in U.S.A.
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