Ka-Bar Knives Redesigns Iconic Mark I WWII Knife
April 29, 2011
Serrated-blade version of Ka-Bar's Mark I. Photo: Ka-Bar.
Ka-Bar Knives has introduced the Mark I, an iconic World War II knife that's been redesigned for the 21st Century, accoprding to the company.
The Mark I features a 5 1/8-inch blade and measures 9 3/16 inches overall. Offered with a leather or Kraton handle, the Mark I is available with either a straight or serrated edge in 1095 Cro-Van.
The Kraton handle Mark I comes with a hard plastic sheath, while the leather handled version features a leather sheath. The leather handle Mark I is available exclusively through Smoky Mountain Knife Works.
The Mark I is produced in Olean, N.Y., and will be available May 1.
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