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Meet “The Colonel”

“The Colonel” is the result of a collaborative effort between Mr. Nico Salvitti and Invictus Alliance Group.

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According to IAG, the Colonel is designed for efficiency; efficiency of design, efficiency of motion, and efficiency of training. They say that The Colonel’s unique design enables its user to quickly and decisively draw the blade, perform a series of fast, powerful, and lethal thrusts on an enemy target. It features a full tang and utilizes a saber grind to ensure a strong cutting edge and point. Both sides of this blade are sharpened and the handle is made of black canvas Micarta to ensure a reliable grip.

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9 Responses to “Meet “The Colonel””

  1. defensor fortisimo says:

    I like it, it looks like the retarded love child of a karambit and a ka bar tdi

  2. Mike Nomad says:

    A push-dagger with a pistol grip. Sure, if that’s what gets yer edge on. Not enough versatility for my taste.

    That said, for those that know how to throw a punch (thumb along side index finger, not wrapped over/under), I would suggest adding some jimping.

  3. JPate says:

    I like it too, not for $400.00. Who do they think is buying these things. The average soldier/LEO is not going to pay $400 for this. I get balked at for carrying a $200 folder. I understand it’s a custom, but they need to understand their target market. Just my opinion.

  4. Invictus says:

    “the Colonel is designed for efficiency; efficiency of design, efficiency of motion, and efficiency of training.”

    That’d be the first Colonel I’ve encountered that those traits have applied to…

  5. DonnieP says:

    $400….get real! The sayoc family has blades for defensive purposes that are half the price and I would bet just as “quality”