The Blade Made for Shooters
Carries like a gun; conceals like a gun; draws like a gun. No reloads. No jams.
The ColonelBlades™ grip aligns your upper arm, forearm, and wrist into the strongest position: so strong you can do push-ups on these blades. Stable wrist; strongest grip; powerful strikes…every time.
A ColonelBlades™ knife lets you lead the point through the entire strike. You don’t lose a powerful swing to an edge swipe. The outcome: you make a greater percentage of strikes.
A ColonelBlades™ knife gives you increased strike range, force, and frequency while putting the point at the end of every strike.
The patented ColonelBlades™ design effectively reduces the issue of self-stab during engagement.
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Here’s what serious practitioners are saying about us:
A ColonelBlade is one of my “go to” tools in regards to edged weapons. It’s an efficient tool that can be used by novice or pro. It’s a close-in, “get off me” blade that’s easily concealed and quickly employed.
I have carried one of the colonel blades exclusively for past four years. The concept of these blades are amazing. From all the years of handling firearms, the draw of the colonel is intuitive. With everything I have to stay proficient at, the grab and stab ease of the knife is great.
We train serious practitioners with the best weapon systems available. That said, we train with ColonelBlades.
I’ve used and carried a lot of knives and I’ve never found one that carries or handles anywhere close to this thing. It disappears under a t-shirt and feels like an extension on my hand. I found my EDC knife.
Best knife I own!
Holy Crap…this thing is amazing!
This is simply a kick-ass piece of gear.
My LowVz is the most confidence-inspiring weapon I have that’s not a firearm…a constant companion.
…an essential piece of gear for me in my assignment work undercover.
Best non-firing weapon system I’ve ever owned.
This blade allows me to simplify my real-world combatives while operating under stress.
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