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 lb.
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If wanting this is wrong…i don’t wanna be right! 3 came in the mail today. One for me, one for my son, and one for a rainy day.
I saw the Tactical Spork on Facebook and thought it was a farce…. came to the Ka-Bar site and discovered it was not…AND the price was really reasonable. I ordered 4 of them. I was thinking lunch boxes and field pack for hunting. The spoon part of the spork is deep. MUCH deeper then even most spoons. Makes eating something like pudding or yogurt a bit more interesting as it does not have the same mouth feel to get all the food in one bite. Works well for soup type foods tho! The fork part is ok….compared to a real fork, it is not nearly as effective, but lets face it….it is not the thin long tines of a real fork….this is a SPORK!!! The knife part is impressive. I have not yet been able to try it out on a steak or anything fun like that, but it is pretty sharp and I anticipate no issues with meat products. Due to the “security” that most schools have….along with the RULES they have about knives, I would NOT recommend this knife to go into a school age lunch box (k-12). Have it in a work lunch bucket, have it in a field pack…..unless you REALLY want your child to be busted in school for having a knife, do NOT put it in the lunch box. Looking forward to using it in some more austere environments to really try it out!! Worth the purchase at the price it is sold for!
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