SOG Tigershark S5 with 9" Blade; Seki, Japan
Do not worry about the one that got away, the SOG Tigershark took care of that small fish! This versatile field knife dominates on land or sea. The larger version of the SEAL Knife, it has a massive 9" bowie-style blade that is powder coated and partially serrated. This striking knife is razor-sharp and strong with our deepest serration yet, so it easily takes on big or small cutting, slicing and chopping chores.
The Tigershark's contoured Kraton handle features aggressively textured scales for a solid and comfortable grip. Furthermore, forget the basket, this big fish carries in SOG's jump rated Kydex sheath.
The Tigershark is the big brother of the "Seal 2000", which was tested for use for the US Navy SEALs against a grueling set of requirements.
This is the largest model SOG had created to date. What originally started as the SK-5 steel satin-finished Tigershark slowly transformed into the powder-coated (SK-5 steel) plain-edged Tigershark in 1997, followed by the powder-coated AUS-6 plain-edge Tigershark and finally the addition of serrations to this Tigershark model in 1999. SOG produced later models of the Tigershark in Taiwan.
The SK-5 Tigershark is also the iconic knife used in the new "SOG split bullet logo", using the picture of it cutting the .45 pistol round.
Knife is NOS, no use, small handling marks from removing it from it's tight Kydex Sheath
Blade Length: 9 in. x .250 in.
Overall length: 14 in.
Blade steel: AUS-6
Blade hardness: Rc. 56-57
Blade finish: Powder coated
Weight: 17.1 oz.
Edge: Partially serrated
Carry System: Kydex sheath
Handle Material: Black Kraton handle
Knife Type: Fixed Blade
Origin: Seki, Japan
Part #: S5
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