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Off-Grid Knives Rapid Fire Ranger

Review Last Updated: March 19, 2020
Terry Daine
Product Review by Terry Daine

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the Off-Grid Knives Rapid Fire Ranger.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Japanese AUS8 Steel
  • Titanium Nitride coating
  • Excellent everyday carry
  • Field tested (military and law enforcement)

Cons

  • Price might not be compatible with budgets

Off-Grid Knives Rapid Fire Ranger Product Review

The Off-Grid Knives rapid-fire ranger bushcraft knife offers high-quality features and is worth your attention.

The Japanese AUS8 blade, with a length of 3.75-inches, has been cryogenically treated to keep your edge sharp for a substantial period and improves corrosion resistance.

The blade, coated with non-reflective black titanium nitride, increases durability and therefore exceeds its scratch and peel-resistance.

With a weight of 170g, for its size, it is incredibly lightweight and compact and easy to attach to clothing or survival gear with its all-position mounting clip and lanyard hole.

Some manufacturers fail to outline its suitability for both right and left-handed people, but this knife confidently caters for all.

Its lightning-quick has a spring-assisted and super fast one-hand deployment that can situate, struggle-free, from your left or right hand.

The handle, crafted from an OD green textured G10, is designed to stay in your hand in all weather conditions. Shapeable, comfortable, and light in weight, this handle exceeds expectations.

It has excellent traction in various climates and doesn’t shrink or swell when exposed to high or low temperatures.

If faced with an emergency, we believe this Off-Grid Knives bushcraft knife would be an excellent choice and will keep you safe and increase your chances of survival.

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