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Glock Field Knife - Plain Back

18+
£39.95
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The Glock Field Knife with a Plain Back.


Glock outdoor equipment was specially developed and tested according to army requirements and is used by military units throughout the world. Material know-how from the pistol development guarantees durability and reliability. This survival knife is equipped with a sturdy, spring steel, HRC55, phosphate-treated blade. It is supplied with a safety sheath.

SKU:
HBZ100617
Brand:
Glock
Colour:
Brown
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
16.5000
Overall Length:
29.0000
Blade Material:
Carbon Steel
Sheath:
Yes
Handle Material:
FRN
Product Weight:
202
Newest:
2017-01-27 00:00:00
Special Label:
Bestseller
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
39.9500

Description


The Glock Field Knife with a Plain Back.


Glock outdoor equipment was specially developed and tested according to army requirements and is used by military units throughout the world. Material know-how from the pistol development guarantees durability and reliability. This survival knife is equipped with a sturdy, spring steel, HRC55, phosphate-treated blade. It is supplied with a safety sheath.

Specification


SKU:
HBZ100617
Brand:
Glock
Colour:
Brown
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
16.5000
Overall Length:
29.0000
Blade Material:
Carbon Steel
Sheath:
Yes
Handle Material:
FRN
Product Weight:
202
Newest:
2017-01-27 00:00:00
Special Label:
Bestseller
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
39.9500

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Reviews


  • 4
    Not subtle but will do the job

    Posted by Graham on 24th Dec 2019

    A pretty impressive piece of kit at a very reasonable price. Tough and aggressive looking, I see someone said "a survival knife only if your situation involved a knife fight" which is probably right. However it is also super practical and tough and while not razor sharp it can be made that way. The handle will I am sure last forever and the blade is super tough, although the black coating does come off with use. For the price it must be hard to beat and the Glock name is cool. It can also be used as the World's most bad-ass bottle-opener.

  • 5
    DANISH M96

    Posted by STEVE M on 14th Aug 2019

    I GOT MY MITTS ON THE M96 VERSION AND IT IS EASY TO SHARPEN SO ITS MY MORA ON STEROIDS. NICE.

  • 3
    Excellent value and quality, lacks versatility.

    Posted by Ben on 15th Mar 2018

    So, I actually love this knife, but it's of very little use to me or for bushcrafting.

    The good is how sturdy it is, the handle feels good, the sheath is well made and very secure with some nice touches like the bottle opener.
    But, it's not actually very good at many things.

    The grind is too low and that stops you being able to do carving of any kind decently, the blade doesn't start for a good thumbs width from the guard and that also gets in the way of trying to do fine cutting.
    The nice black protective coating means you can't strike a fire steel off the spine and the clip point means you are likely to damage your baton or even break the tip when wood splitting.

    What it is good for is well to be blunt, destroying things.
    It is after all a military fighting knife, in the same vein as the Ka Bar USMC or John Nowill survival.
    It will cut through things and pierce without skipping a beat and is very unlikely to break.

    So, potentially useful as a survival knife, but if you are looking for something for general use and bushcraft, I'd suggest looking else where.

  • 5
    impressive

    Posted by Edgar on 15th Oct 2017

    its fascinating how far quality exceeds the price. i would not been surprised to see 100 pound price on this piece of art.

  • 5
    first class

    Posted by Roy on 2nd Aug 2017

    i bought my Glock bayonet 30 years ago and still use it camping for splitting logs ect . yes thats right its a bayonet and not a knife , the handle is hollow to engage the lug on the rifle once you have hooked the front lug on the bayonet in to the slot on the rifle . now we have decided what this is , as a bayonet it has to preform differant functions than just a knife . mine will hold a good edge and is strong , the sheath is all so strong and well made , and will attach to most things easy , like molly. it will mount with the handle faceing down as the sheath will hold the knife very tight and will not drop out . I am now just going to order another from this site as they are so bloody good , you can stake your life on this bayonet .
    ps by nature bayonets are not razor sharp , as they are used in a thusting motion , and not a cutting one , but you can easy make this sharp . so all the people who are moaning about not being sharp dont know there knifes from there bayonets

  • 5
    Highly recommended

    Posted by Richard from Lincolnshire on 21st Jun 2017

    Very pleased with this knife and would highly recommend it to anyone who, like me, collects military type knives.
    Mine arrived razor sharp, it has a deep black finish to the blade and finger guard, and a high quality composite handle and sheath.
    This knife is made to Austrian army specs, and it shows, the quality is superb, and it is made in Austria (stamped on the blade) by Glock, not just some Chinese rebranded knife like so many now, this is the real thing made by a proper arms manufacturer to the same quality as their pistols. A bargain for such quality in my opinion.
    Next day delivery and excellent service as always from Heinnie, thank you.

  • 5
    Glock Knife Model 78: They Upgrade The Edge

    Posted by Filimon Undang on 21st Mar 2017

    Mine came with razor sharp out of the box. That means, the factory who make this knife give more effort to their blade production. Worth every penny. Highly recommended.

  • 5
    A worthy blade

    Posted by Mitchell on 12th Feb 2017

    Lovely grip for my hand and the tool feels good in it, the weight is lovely and the materials solid.

    The blade is good its not like thick you know, but it serves well and I am happy to add this to my collection, thank you for swift delivery and for ordering it in for me Heinnie Haynes.

    Also the made in Austria is a plus !

  • 5
    A diamond in the rough

    Posted by Bruce on 16th Jan 2017

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    Mine actually came with an ok working edge (for a chopper), but the tip was dull and it was pretty much useless as a wood carver. The original edge angle is more like a wedge, so even after getting it very sharp, it still wasn't much of a carver. That is down to the grind as well as the edge angle. I wasn't able to lay the blade down on a piece of wood and carve a fine sliver because the grind required that you take a quite aggressive angle of attack in order to cut into the wood. Luckily, that's easily taken care of.

    I took some of the shoulder off above the edge, essentially flattening out the grind a bit more. It's a bit of work just using a diamond stone, but it's doable. I also sanded the black coating off, leaving the blade with a brushed finish. I found the coating to be a bit slick. Whether that effects wood cutting or not, I'm not sure, but once done with the mods, the knife carves wonderfully. I can now lay the blade against the wood with just a fine angle and make very fine slivers. The knife has become a joy to use!

    I love the steel on this knife. It's easy to sharpen and maintain, and holds an edge pretty well. I also really like the handle, and find it very comfortable. I could do without the upper finger guard, but as it's bent over I find it easy enough to stretch my thumb over onto the spine for finer work. I like the sheath, a lot, except for how it hangs from the belt. That issue was solved by fashioning a dangler using webbing and quick release buckle, that looks like it was made for the sheath.

    I practice a lot with all of my knives, and I've especially used this one a lot in the past couple of months. This is my first "big knife", and I wanted to learn to use it effectively for all sorts of woods tasks. With the blade mods described above, I've found that I can do just about every bushcraft task with this knife, maybe not as easily as with a shorter blade, but the more I work with it, the more proficient I become.

    So, I think this knife is a real diamond in the rough. With a little work it's an excellent woods tool, and I reckon it'll still slay zombies too!