Ka-Bar Tactical Spork (Spoon Fork Knife) Tool 9909

June 17, 2017 - Comment
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The Tactical Spork, which is made from food and water approved Grilamid, is equipped with a fork/spoon combo and has a serrated knife hidden in the handle. The knife is accessed by pulling the spork in opposite directions from each extreme end. Hint–avoid gripping the flat panel area in the middle of the Spork–this is actually part of it’s lock. The tighter you hold here, the more difficult it will be for you to pull out the knife. The Tactical Spork is 6.875″ overall and has a blade length of 2.5″. It weights 0.1 Pounds. Made in the USA.

Product Features

  • Tactical Spoon Fork and Serrated Knife All In One
  • Great for Camping, Hiking, Military and Civilians.
  • Handle separates to Remove knife, 2.5 inch serrated knife
  • Overall length: 6.875 inch
  • Made in the USA

Comments

G Bubba says:

Like the design but….. While the design is really cool and the ability to use the knife and spork separately is definitely a plus please look at the picture. The spork is quite a bit smaller than the others pictured. The far left spoon is a German military surplus find (as part of a personal mess kit) and is almost too large to use as a personal spoon-its almost big enough to be a serving spoon. The red is by Humankind (from Office Depot I think), green is Light My Fire, Orange is Jetboil and the last is a Optimus…

⛑️ Jeff 🦈 says:

Better than most Sporks It seems that everyone makes a spork nowadays. Plastic, titanium, zinc, aluminum, stainless. You name it, they’ve made it into a spork. Sporks have been around since the late 19th century. Now, even Ka-bar makes a spork. 

blank JDP says:

The Night of a Thousand MREs There I was, camping in the back yard with my boys, getting ready to eat an MRE and make some coffee by the fire…….I quickly realized that the plastic around the MRE was thick……too thick for my arthritic hands to tear open. I knew that the situation was dire; my boys were looking up to me to feed them. What was I supposed to do? Tell them to go back inside the house and look in the refrigerator????? No, no, a thousand times NO!! I would not send my boys out in to the night to find the…

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