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Ontario Randall RTAK II Fixed 10-1/4" Plain Blade, Micarta Handles (8628)

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Part Number: ONRTAK2
Manufacturer: Ontario Knives
Retail Price: $174.95
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ONRTAK2: RTAK II Survival Knife
Ontario Knife Company
The RTAK II is a super large survival knife featuring a 10-1/4" blade made of 5160 carbon steel with a flat finish for protection. The thick Micarta handle is removable for cleaning. This knife is large enough for any task you put it to! The sheath is a deluxe Nylon combat type system with a pocket on the front and plastic liner for the blade. Improvements on this model over the now discontinued RTAK I include a better finish on the blade, better guard built into the handle design and overall superior fit and finish.

The Ontario RTAK II is a survival / utility knife designed by the professional survival training team Randall's Adventure & Training (RAT) and manufactured exclusively by Ontario Knife Co. Designed for: Wilderness Survival - Military Operations - Law Enforcement - Utility Use - Hunting, and any other task requiring a sheath knife comfortable enough to be carried full time.
  • 16-5/8" overall length 
  • 10-1/4" drop point blade
  • 3/16" thick 5160 Steel 
  • 56-58 Rc. Hardness 
  • Full flat grind 
  • Mil-spec phosphate finish 
  • Lanyard hole Green Canvas Micarta ergonomic handle slabs 
  • Ambidextrous Cordura nylon sheath w/ lashing holes for attachment or paracord storage
  • Made in USA

UPC Code: 071721086284

Micarta Handles
Micarta Handles
Similar to G10, Micarta is a a compressed layered composite which instead of using fiberglass, uses fiber compounds of any type of create a strong, attractive material that is impervious to water.
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
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4 out of 5
May 29, 2015
Pros: Materials, Blade Sharpness, Overall Quality, Handle Material, Blade Material, None
Cons: Sheath/Scabbard, Finish
I bought the OKC RTAKII to use as a survival knife/utility (chopping, batoning, etc.). You can always use a big knife to do smaller tasks, but not always the other way around. I was pleased with this purchase....the quality was good, and the blade was pretty sharp out of the box. It would actually shave the hair off my arm. I am not a big fan of coating on a knife blade, so I sanded it down completely, and forced a patina on the metal with lemon juice. The sheath is not the best in the world, but it does work and can be used on MOLLE rigs/packs. This knife is too big to be lugging around everywhere (unless its the only item you have - then its a must), and I have mine attached to my bug out bag. I would definitely recommend this knife for someone looking for a good survival knife in this price range.
5 out of 5
Jerry D
Boerne, TX
Dec 30, 2014
Pros: Overall Quality, Materials, Finish
Cons: None
Strong Knife. Paint The Sheath
I love this knife. Sometimes I think I should build a shrine for it. I bought this knife specifically to carry if there is a major regional crisis that turns off the power or food delivery, etc. Ammunition will be in short supply, and a big honking knife on my belt will save me from having to expend ammo if need be. I prefer my excellent Finnish-made Fiskars log-splitting hatchet for word processing (fire/shelter), and carry that when I pack. And the handle on the RTAK2 is just slightly too large to accommodate a great grip when the hand is fatigued. The sheath was only average, no... its better than that. I like the sheath, but decided to use some Krylon and I painted it camo. The painting transformed the knife from awesome to whatever better than awesome it. I carry this unit in my 4Runner, sleep with it beside my bed, or have it beside my chair in my living room. Its more than merely a great knife. Its a statement, and a seriously dependable companion to have by your side if the fight breaks out. You can deploy a knife much faster than you can deploy a pistol, and this knife, when deployed, is very dangerous.
5 out of 5
Donald C.
Windsor Heights, Iowa
Oct 17, 2014
Pros: Materials, Handle Material, Blade Material, Finish, Weight, Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Sheath/Scabbard, None
Damned Good!
This isn't a cuticle trimmer or nose-hair remover. It is a big, heavy, sharp as hell blade that would very easily take off a forearm or head. It's not made for pretty. It's made to chop your way through whatever stands before you, especially when making a quick hide or a longer term shelter. You can beat on it with whatever and split some fairly large diameter logs. Though I have not used it for splitting large game pelvises, etc., I don't doubt it could do it. I generally use it for making little sticks out of big ones for firewood, and beheading small game and birds and turtles. Yeah, the sheath isn't the best. Find a good leather worker and give him some 8 to 9 ounce leather and some heavy copper rivets. You don't want to accidentally fall on this - a severe leg wound would probably lead to a quick bleed-out, which is why the furnished scabbard is a negative 10 in my book. The weight is why you are buying it - no need for a hatchet with this, excepting "way back" regions.
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