Knife TDI Law Enforcement Ka-bar

REF: kb1480
Price: 61,95

Knife TDI Law Enforcement  Ka-bar

This model developed in the United States has been designed for tactical-police interventions, it is designed with materials that are highly resistant to fatigue and with a structure that fits perfectly in the hand, it is very discreet. The TDI series has been developed in collaboration with John Benner, a United States veteran police who has served his country for more than 37 years, combining the creation of pieces of tactical cutlery. He is currently President and Chief Instructor of the Tactical Defense Institute.


Overall length: 14,2 cm
Blade length: 5,8 cm
Blade thickness: 3,3 mm
Steel type: AUS-8
Steel hardness: 57-59 HRC
Blade style: Drop Point
Blade color: Black
Edge Type: Plain
Handle length: 8,4 cm
Handle material: Zytel
Handle colour: Black
Weight: 158 gr
Country of origin: USA
Case: Kydex
Brand: Ka-bar


Steel AUS-8: The alloy used in all the TDI Law Enforcement has a 0,75% of carbon, offering higher resistance against oxidation. It is a material with good performace. Allows you to do any type of EDC task or tactical situations. Their composition is 0,70-0,75% of carbono, 0,5% de manganese, 13-14,5% of chromium, 0,49% of nickel, 0,10-0,26% of vanadium, and 0,1-0,3% of molybdenum, with a 57-59 HRC hardness.
Handle: Zyte is a thermoplastic polyamide with great protection against impacts, bouncing or chafing it is very resistant in abrasive conditions. The curved design makes it ergonomically fit in the hand of any user.
Blade: It is a Drop point blade characterised by a convex curve near to the point that provides greater shock and impact cut resistance. The plaint edge allows the user to work in a controlled way and make clear cutting areas.
Case: All the models of the TDI Law Enforcement serie comes with a kydex case, waterproof and chemicals resistance. Compact design for discreet storage in your pocket.

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