Reviews and Ratings for KA-BAR 3066 Mark 98 Flipper Knife 3.5" Black Spear Point Blade, Black/Brown G10 Handles

KA-BAR 3066 Mark 98 Flipper Knife 3.5" Black Spear Point Blade, Black/Brown G10 Handlesrated 4.000 stars out of 5 (4 reviews)
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KA-BAR 3066 Mark 98 Flipper Knife 3.5 inch Black Spear Point Blade, Black/Brown G10 Handles

 

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KA-BAR 3066 Mark 98 Flipper Knife 3.5" Black Spear Point Blade, Black/Brown G10 Handles
rated 5 stars out of 5
Francisco X
Cafayate, Salta, Other
Jul 25, 2018
Pros: Handle Material, Overall Quality, Handle Feel, Pocket Clip
Cons: None
Good value
I received it today and, apart of being a great looking knife, feels also solid and comfortable in the hand. Thank you Knifecenter for the fast delivery.
KA-BAR 3066 Mark 98 Flipper Knife 3.5" Black Spear Point Blade, Black/Brown G10 Handles
rated 5 stars out of 5
Kevin
Wallington, Nj
Jun 25, 2018
Pros: Handle Material, Overall Quality, Handle Feel, Weight, Ease of Opening, None
Cons: Blade Sharpness
Great knife
Great blade. I have always love Ka-Bar knives but they never had a cheap folder. Bought this right when I saw it. Carry it at work with me. A little dull out of the box but got it very sharp with a few passes on my sharpener.
KA-BAR 3066 Mark 98 Flipper Knife 3.5" Black Spear Point Blade, Black/Brown G10 Handles
rated 3 stars out of 5
Daddy
Nazi Jersey
Jun 25, 2018
Pros: Overall Quality
Cons: None
Blood Grooves
Nice knife but I think the best part is the deadly handles I mean in the description the handles have blood grooves. Never understood blood grooves on a blade either
KA-BAR 3066 Mark 98 Flipper Knife 3.5" Black Spear Point Blade, Black/Brown G10 Handles
rated 3 stars out of 5
El Greggo D
Key West of the Midwest
Jan 29, 2020
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Ease of Opening, Handle Feel, Handle Material, None
Cons: Lock Ease of Use, Pocket Clip
Great looking okay knife.
I wasn’t expecting much from a knife in this price point. I also knew I wasn’t getting the hardest of blade steels. But, it looked so good I had to have one. For the price it is a decent knife. I have carried it frequently for about eight months using it for just about everything. Opening packages, food prep, construction, and automotive repair. Besides dulling rather fast, it did what was asked of it. I really would like to have a deep carry pocket clip. In the tip down configuration the knife sits about an inch out of the pocket. Tip up, my preferred carry, close to an inch and three eights stick out of the pocket. Some may like the extra purchase it affords getting it out of the pocket. But, it makes for less discreet carry as is. Most liner lock knives have a relief cut in non locking scale to facilitate closing. This knife does not, making it hard to disengage the lock. I ended up grinding down the scale on the non locking side so I could get my thumb on the liner lock easier. Another problem I had was with the liner lock itself. When the knife arrived the liner lock engaged solidly on the first third of the blade. Right where it should. Unfortunately, after eight months of use the lock has worn enough that it now hits the opposing liner. It still locks, but I don’t trust it enough to keep using it. I can’t complain too much because of the cost. But I really would like to see one with a little better blade steel, deep carry pocket clip and a beefier/harder liner lock. I would even pay more for it.