The new Strike Fighter knives from Ontario are well designed, stout back-up tools meant for any military or law enforcement personnel. The handle shape and texturing are borrowed from the successful XM-1 Military folders and made from removable black Micarta slabs. Each knife comes with an excellent plastic molded friction fit sheath that secures the knife tightly without rattling and has an attached Tek-Lok from the factory. There are two sizes of the fixed Strike Fighters available – the SG-3 with a three inch blade and the SG-2 with a stubby two inch blade. It beats me why anyone would need such a little fixed blade, when the SG-3 model can do everything it’s smaller brother can plus much more. Overall, these are very comfortable and durable new American made designs that will not fail you when you need them. Check them out at www.knifecenter.com.
More about the Ontario Knife Company:
Situated in New York State’s scenic Southern Tier, Ontario Knife Company produces one of the most comprehensive, wide-ranging product lines in the cutlery industry today. Ontario has built its reputation on a heritage of uncompromising craftsmanship, quality materials and components, and a steadfast commitment to its workforce.
Ontario’s products routinely deliver the most cherished attributes of PERFORMANCE and VALUE, all at affordable prices! Some of our product lines include Sporting/Outdoor Knives, Old Hickory® Kitchen Cutlery, Industrial and Agricultural Products, Ontario/RAT, Ranger Knives, and Sci-Med Scientific Tools and Instruments. In addition we are also a major supplier of private label blades and knives.
Their sister company, Queen Cutlery, is a well known maker of finely crafted pocketknives that many collectors have to have. In addition to being a major supplier to the U.S. Government, OKC teams up with a nationwide network of distributors/dealers to market its products to many diverse consumer and niche markets. Worldwide sales activity encompasses some 28 countries and continues to grow. You might say they’re really a ‘quiet company,’ but there’s really a lot more going on than meets the eye!