Pros: Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Weight, Overall Quality, Finish
Limited Usefulness, Awesome Product
I recently purchased one of these Tac-P's after browsing through Microtech products and being intrigued by the design of this. I purchased one and when it arrived, it was even better in person compared to the pictures. The finish on this tool are some of the best I have ever seen, the apocalyptic finish looks great on this particular tool, and I saw no inconsistencies with the finish. However with the glass breaker, when I unboxed the Tac-p, it seemed to be sticky and it was sealed shut. However, I used a metal rod for leverage and I easily was able to screw it open. The frag machining on the sides of the Tac-p is extremely grippy, I used bare hands to puncture boxes and such, and I had 0 issues of slipping. The weight on the Tac-p and its included sheath are both great and perfect for carrying around, speaking of the sheath, it's no short of beautiful, it has a carbon fiber look, and it alone can impress anyone you are showing it to. However, now we must come to the downsides of it, which there are 2. The first one, it's very inconvenient to carry on the belt, however, this was covered in other reviews so I won't go into depth on it, and the second one is its EDC applications. Its most likely seen as a dagger in most cities, so you are out of carrying it, even if you could carry it, its only use is self-defense, its horrible for everything else, and seeing that it's already inconvenient to carry in the first place, it may not be worth the hassle. In conclusion, superior Microtech quality, but limited usefulness.