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- Great for general use
- Knife is not perfect, but it's a great value
- It comes with a sheath that doesn't bite into the blade
- Blade is thick and can take a beating
- Handle and scabbard are both polymer
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This knife is much better than it has any right to be
I have been a knife fan/collector for decades and have many knives, but out of all of them, this one gets used the most. The 81 is my all-purpose work knife, and I carry it around when doing pretty much any outdoor tasks. While the Glock 81 isn't the perfect knife, and there are definitely better on...
Any love for the glock knife?
This is the toughest, most effective camp knife I ever had. In the pure tradition of the Glock brand, this is nothing more, nothing less, than serviceable, effective and reliable. There's nothing useless on it, and nothing in it can fail you. If you need a knife, take a Glock 81.
Glock Knife Review - And In-Depth Look (2021 Updated)
The Glock is an amazing knife with a lot of handy features that will make your adventures much easier. The Glock knife is of really high quality.
best bottle cap lifter ever
This is the best bottle cap lifter I have ever operated. The saw teeth are excellent and the criss-cross geometry makes slippage less likely when lifting on the cap. The knife edge is sharp and the clip point end is pointy. It smells strongly of gun oil but I am cool with it. As a weapon it would be...
Glock Field Knife: Why It Makes Sense
You know you know yeah, it won't hold its edges long and yeah, it's not quite as stylish to say a $ 300 knife with a premium steel, but man is it gon na hold its own when it actually comes to the work of carving whittling, and you Know, food prep and things like that. Well, I believe that's the case with this Glock.
Solid A+ no-nonsense military stabby tool
First off, this is a beater. It's solidly a general service utility / combat / bayonet "knife" for the military. It's covered in gun oil / grease that almost smells like cosmoline when you get it -- it's not a "blotchy" paint job like one 1-* "reviewer" stated. Probably good he sent it back, because...
I bought two.
A good knife, it looks good and sharpens up great. I wear one when I'm fishing or hunting, and I put the second one in my bug-out bag. It's a good knife at a great price. I did use a file on the sheath, so the knife would be easier to pull out of the sheath.
Having a fair collection of knives - this one fits its function well. The steel is tool steal, which means it has some flexibility and can be used to fulcrum, pry and baton. Blade is thick enough to take punishment. The sheath & handle is made from the same polymers that GLOCK uses on their pistols ...
Have had it for 2 hours, Initial reactions - will update over time
As the title suggests, I have had this for 2 hours now. I have several initial impressions that I feel need to be addressed: 1. My god, I read several other reviews saying it comes dull - but man, mine came literally with a flat edge for a good 4/5's the blade, the only point that was sharp was the ...