Sicario – RE Factor Tactical x Toor Knives Collaboration Project

The Sicario is a limited edition collaboration between RE Factor Tactical and Toor Knives.

They based the Sicario on a Persian Fighting Blade which offers the user both slashing and stabbing capabilities. The 4″ blade is long enough to offer the user the ability to reach vital organs while still having a small enough blade to conceal if needed. The knife is hardened to a Rockwell hardness of 60 and is coated in H-series graphite black Cerakote. The handle is black textured dymalux giving the user ideal grip regardless of the circumstances.

All knives come with a durable kydex sheath with a 5 lbs draw retention.

Each knife also features an individual serial number that will be given to customers based on the order in which the knife is purchased.

• Blade Length – 4″
• Length overall – 8″
• Weight – 3.6 oz
• Steel – CPM3V
• Blade Rockwell Hardness – 60
• Blade coating – H-series graphite black Cerakote
• Handle – Dymalux
• Kydex Sheath

All Toor knives are hand made in their facility in California.

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20 Responses to “Sicario – RE Factor Tactical x Toor Knives Collaboration Project”

  1. JR says:

    With that name, I wonder what market they are aiming at? I don’t believe U.S. military personnel think of themselves as assassins.

    • C. Myngs says:

      True, but look how popular the movie “300” was, and most US military aren’t pedophiles, either.

    • We are aiming at the market of individuals who don’t get upset about the name of a knife. 🙂

      • Sifter says:

        No mention of steel?…

        • Manufacturer- Toor Knives
          Blade Length- 4″
          Length overall- 8″
          Weight- 3.6 oz
          Country of origin- USA
          Steele- CPM3V
          Blade Thickness- 5/32″
          Blade Rockwell Hardness- 60

      • Paul T McCain says:

        And with that answer, you just sold one!

      • Alpha2 says:

        Seriously it is a name…who gives a f*ck what it is called…you like the knife or you don’t, name should have absolutely nothing to do with the decision on whether you are purchasing it or not.

        • Bobby Denard says:

          I don’t disagree with you.

          But many companies do try to pick ‘bad-ass’ names for their knives or for the company itself (Headhunter, Bloodshark, Ronin, etc the list goes on and on.)

          So clearly the knifemakers think the name matters and are trying to invoke a certain image. They are being disingenuous if they claim otherwise.

    • Jack Griffin says:

      I’m holding out for the follow-ons: “Antifa” balisong and the “MS-13” push dagger.


  2. Kyle says:

    I’m always wary of a knife when it has a price tag that big and zero information on the blade steel except hardness number. For an 8 inch blade, it’s gotta be something fancy. Cause you can get a knife that big in S30V for less.

    • In the product description it says:

      Manufacturer- Toor Knives
      Blade Length- 4″
      Length overall- 8″
      Weight- 3.6 oz
      Country of origin- USA
      Steele- CPM3V
      Blade Thickness- 5/32″
      Blade Rockwell Hardness- 60

      What other info are you looking for?

  3. PkyInk says:

    Besides we all know the cartels only use Cold Steel Espadas.

  4. Mike says:

    What’s the blade steel?

  5. Mike says:

    Toor knives use S35vn steel a lot. Is that what this one is too?

    • lcpl1066 says:

      The price tag makes me wonder if it could be something else. It if was S35n this is an absolute steel (get it? steel, steal)

  6. Stefan S. says:

    Wicked looking profile though. Now I have to ask “Household-6” for permission.

    • Rob Collins says:

      I refer to my “Household-6” as the “War Department”. Good luck!
      I’ve resorted to acquisitions “for our kids”, given that both now backpack and hunt, it smooths things a bit….