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Ontario Knife SPAX Tool

By: on March 22, 2016
$62.99
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When the fit hits the shan and you really need a hand, don't spaz out. SPAX out. This unique combo tool from Ontario Knife is part of the company's Spec Plus Next generation series for military, sporting, and rescue use.

The SPAX serves as a knife, a hatchet, or a pick axe. While many reviewers note the tool is more of a bug out bag addition that won't be used on a day-to-day basis (and isn't appropriate for chopping wood or hammering nails), one does add that "it's great for taking things apart using brute force."

The SPAX is made of 1095 powder coated black carbon steel with a Kraton handle. It weighs 26 ounces without its included Cordura leather sheath.

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