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KABAR 9192 120th Anniversary Commemorative Knife with USN Tang Stamp USA Made

  • KABAR 9192 120th Anniversary Commemorative Knife with USN Tang Stamp USA Made
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BRANDKa-Bar Knives
PRODUCT TYPEKnives
PRODUCT CATEGORYFixed
OVERALL LENGTH11.875"
BLADE LENGTH7.0"
BLADE STEEL1095 Cro-Van
BLADE TYPEClip Point
BLADE EDGEPlain
HANDLE MATERIALLeather
ORIGINUSA
WEIGHT11.2 oz.
BLADE FINISHBlack
STEEL TYPECarbon Steel
MODELKA-BAR Fighting / Utility Knife

KA-BAR Knives: KABAR 120th Anniversary Commemorative Knife, US Navy Version, KA-9192


This KA-BAR Fighting / Utility Knife celebrates KA-BAR's 120 year milestone with a special Victorian era style anniversary logo etch and a KA-BAR / USN tang stamp. The KA-BAR 120th Anniversary Commemorative features a 7.0" 1095 Cro-Van steel clip point fixed blade with a swedged tip, a fuller and a non reflective black finish. The traditional stacked leather washer handle has grooves and a carbon steel guard for secure grip, and a powder coated metal butt cap. A genuine leather sheath with USN embossment is included. The KABAR Fighting / Utility Knife has an overall length of 11.875", and it weighs .70 pounds. Made in the USA.

From KA-BAR regarding the special engraved logo: The engraved logo features the historical "The Union" logo from the early 1900s, a bear, and the years marking 120 years - 1898 and 2018.

The significance of the bear is in the KA-BAR name itself. An Alaskan hunter was attacked by a Kodiak bear, but successfully defended himself using his Union Cutlery knife. The hunter was so thankful that he sent a letter describing the ordeal with "K a Bar" (Kill a Bear) as well as sending in the bear fur. The officers of Union Cutlery decided to adopt KA-BAR as a trademark in 1924.


KA-BAR Knives: KABAR 120th Anniversary Commemorative Knife, US Navy Version, KA-9192

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