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The Berlin Strike, Attleboro Knives First folding knife

Friday, April 13th, 2018

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Sandpoint, Idaho, March 22, 2018 Attleboro Knives’ newest offering and their first folding knife, the Berlin Strike.  The occupied city of Berlin was the focal point, the symbol for the defense of freedom during the prolonged Cold War with the former Soviet Union.  In that city, where the major western powers met each other on a daily basis, the rigorous defense of the west was guaranteed.  We can think of no better representation to symbolize our remembrance for those brave men and women who served during the very active Cold War, than to dedicate this knife to them.

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The Berlin Strike Knife is a great general carry knife, designed as an affordable high quality folder with the continuing desire to give you more than just a piece of steel, but more importantly a great knife with a great story and purpose.   A very smooth flipper with an ambidextrous clip for left or right handed carry.  The Berlin Strike has top and bottom jimping for great hand retention.  The blade is D2 steel with a hollow grind.  We provide a small waterproof case with the Berlin Strike, you choose either a utility case or a phone case.  Also provided is a Torx TM T6 Wrench.

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Attleboro Knives proudly supports of the Green Beret Foundation, www.greenberetfoundation.org

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For more specific information about the Berlin Strike and other available Attleboro Knives visit their web site at www.attleboroknives.com or contact them at attleboroknives-com.3dcartstores.com.

Industry companies take to the Wilds of Idaho on annual hunting trip

Saturday, December 30th, 2017

Take a few minutes out of your day and come join with us in the Wilds of Idaho with a bunch of industry folks hunting in the mountains of Idaho. Employees and gear from Blac-Rac, 2A Arms, Off the Reservation, Leupold, Attleboro Knives, MCM Firearms, US Night Vision, Snake River Yamaha, and Fox Pro all join together in some of the most remote country in the USA, The Frank Church Wilderness of No Return.

Atteboro Knife Destruction Test

Friday, April 3rd, 2015

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Attleboro Knives – The Attleboro

Wednesday, March 11th, 2015

In this post, we’re revisiting a knife we featured on the site at roughly the same time last year. The Attleboro is a combat utility knife designed by retired SF Operators, and designed in honor of US Army Special Forces MSG William B Hunt and all military members involved in Operation Attleboro during the Vietnam War.

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The Attleboro is a combat utility knife designed by retired SF Operators. Forged from S35V stainless steel, the Attleboro features a cryo-treated, hollow ground blade in a spear point design with an aggressive swedge. Unique slanted serrations on the blade make for better cutting, and 1.5″ of gimping on the spine maximizes grip for optimal control with or without gloves. The handle is skeletonized for weight reduction, overlaid with Black Phenolic canvas laminate material scales. The butt of the knife features a beveled glass breaker and lanyard hole. The Attleboro is finished in H-146 Graphite Black Cerakote.

Included with every knife is an OKUDEN custom made Okydex sheath in either Desert Tan or Black. Every Attleboro also comes with a commemorative MSG William B. Hunt Memorial Chapter coin and certificate.

The Attleboro knife is designed to commemorate the actions of Army Special Forces MSG William B. Hunt and all military members involved in Operation Attleboro during the Vietnam War. Boots & Berets, inc. has allocated a percentage of every sale of the Attleboro Knife to the Green Beret Foundation.

Available for purchase through Gemtech – www.gem-tech.com/store/pc/-The-Attleboro-Knife-8p880

www.attleboroknives.com

Attleboro Knives – The Attleboro

Sunday, March 23rd, 2014

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The Attleboro is a combat utility knife designed by retired SF Operators. Forged from S35V stainless steel, the Attleboro features a cryo-treated, hollow ground blade in a spear point design with an aggressive swedge. Unique slanted serrations on the blade make for better cutting, and 1.5″ of gimping on the spine maximizes grip for optimal control with or without gloves. The handle is skeletonized for weight reduction, overlaid with Black Phenolic canvas laminate material scales. The butt of the knife features a beveled glass breaker and lanyard hole. The Attleboro is finished in H-146 Graphite Black Cerakote.

Included with every knife is an OKUDEN custom made Okydex sheath in either Desert Tan or Black. Every Attleboro also comes with a commemorative MSG William B. Hunt Memorial Chapter coin and certificate.

The Attleboro knife is designed to commemorate the actions of Army Special Forces MSG William B. Hunt and all military members involved in Operation Attleboro during the Vietnam War. Boots & Berets, inc. has allocated a percentage of every sale of the Attleboro Knife to the Green Beret Foundation.

Available for purchase through Gemtech – www.gem-tech.com/store/pc/-The-Attleboro-Knife-8p880

www.attleboroknives.com