Blackjack Classic Model 14 Halo Attack Fixed 7-1/2" Blade, Black Canvas Micarta Handles - BCB14BMBP


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BJB14BMBP: Classic Model 14 Halo Attack
Blackjack Knives
The KnifeCenter of the Internet is proud to offer the Blackjack traditional series of knives. These great blades are all handmade in the USA from high quality materials and to exacting standards. They feature hand ground convex "rolled edges" which many enthusiasts consider to be the best for hard use and edge retention.

The Halo Attack from Blackjack Knives is the ultimate combat survival style knife. The 7-1/2" blade is wider and longer than the now famous Classic Model 1-7. It balances perfectly in the hand and will take hard rugged use in any situation. The hand convex ground blade is made from solid A2 tool steel and triple tempered to 58 Rockwell C hardness. Each one is equipped with a thick double quillion guard. The combination of the precisely fit guard and the contoured handle yields a solid and sure grip while the unique mortise tang construction ensures maximum strength. The Blackjack Halo Attack will give years of first line service in any environment.
  • Blade Length: 7-1/2"
  • Blade Steel: A2 Carbon Steel
  • Thickness: 0.235"
  • Overall Length: 12"
  • Handle Material: Black Canvas Micarta with Aluminum Guard
  • Sheath Material: Brown Leather
  • Weight: 12.78 oz.
  • Made in the USA
Micarta Handles
Micarta Handles Micarta is a compressed layered composite sealed within a thermosetting plastic which creates a strong, attractive material that is impervious to water.
Leather Sheath
Leather Sheath Leather is known for its durability and traditional appeal. When compared to Kydex it is preferred for its silence when bumped against other objects, as well as blade retention.
Made in USA
Made in USA This product is USA born and raised.
Blackjack Classic Model 14 Halo Attack Fixed 7-1/2" Blade, Black Canvas Micarta Handlesrated 5.000 stars out of 5 (1 review)
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Blackjack Classic Model 14 Halo Attack Fixed 7-1/2" Blade, Black Canvas Micarta Handles
rated 5 stars out of 5
Tom Horn
Mar 21, 2018
Pros: Blade Material, Materials, Handle Material, Weight, Finish, Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness
Cons: None
A Poor Man’s Randall
A knife to blaze a wilderness. Good for what come down the pike. The knife you need, when you really need a knife; not the bushcraft knife you take for your weekend survival training exercise. The knife you grab when the stuff hits the wind turbine. A knife to fight off charging catamounts, grizz, and wild dog packs. A knife to give you the confidence to face the things that go bump in the middle of the night. A regular wrecking bar with a grip. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I would say the number one attribute I look for in a combat/survival knife is confidence of non-failure in high stress/heavy use situations. I believe the 14 Halo Attack Fixed possesses that, in spades (pun intended). Many Bowies/fighters/combat knives have points too, fine and thin to instill that confidence in me. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Excellent fit and finish on the 14 Halo. The convex ground edge arrived, “camp knife,” sharp. Great grind for batoning/chopping wood & bone. Balance is slightly forward of hilt. The handle is comfortable, and its pregnant belly makes it easy to hold on to. The top quillion/guard (value be dammed) is going to get upgraded to a thumb ramp. Just my personal preference, not something I would ding them a star for. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The sheath is adequate; it has a plastic liner. I have plans for a Kydex/leather hybrid sheath with multiple attachment options (IWB/OWB, vert/horzntl carry), so this knife can fill any purpose it is tasked with. A small attachable pouch for the outside of the sheath would be nice to keep an ESEE Zancuda, or OKC RAT folder, pocket stone, oil pen, Ferro rod in (all available at >>>>>>>>>>>>>> What’s the difference in this knife, and a $600 Randall Knife? Randalls are hand forged; Blackjack is stock removal. Both are excellent methods of making knives, and have their pros and cons. Hand forged is more time consuming/labor intensive. Randalls are O1 steel at 54 HRC; Blackjacks are A2 at 58 HRC. Blackjacks should hold their edge better; Randalls should be less prone to chipping/failure/breaking under extreme stress. Blackjacks are a convex edge (very strong/thicker edge r/t 58 HRC, to prevent chipping); where Randalls are a compound saber ground edge (finer), not worried about chipping, due to its softer steel. Randalls have more hand crafting, and will hold/appreciate their value better (> desirable/collectible). If you can afford a Randall, get a Randall. What’s your life worth? Mine’s worth about $200 : ) >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> With threatened steel tariffs on the horizon, now would be a good time to invest in a nice Blackjack, or Bark River Knife, before steel/knife prices go through the roof. As always, thanks Knife Center, for the speedy delivery, excellent service, and the great cutlery.


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