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Ka-Bar: Zombie Killer Knives

Introducing the "Zombie Killer" line of knives from Ka-Bar. Featuring the unmistakable green/black color scheme, we've grown to love around here. So whether you're planning for a zombie invasion, or looking stylish at the camp site, these knives are, well... killer.

$54.99(US)
The Ka-Bar ZK Famine Tanto Knife has a combo edge fixed blade knife that is constructed with a SK5 steel blade measuring a full 7 5/8" and has an overall length of 13 1/8".

The Knife features a Tanto tip, combination straight and serrated edge, handle hook, and green textured GFN-PA66 handle (also comes with an extra set of black handles). Also includes nylon sheath with front stuff sack and draw cord. Non-reflective black powder coated.

$54.97(US)
KA-BAR ZK "Pestilence Chopper" straight edge fixed blade knife is constructed with a SK5 steel blade measuring a full 10 1/4" and has an overall length of 15 3/4". The Pestilence features a large straight edge blade and textured GFN-PA66 handle and comes with an extra set of black handles. Also includes a nylon sheath with front stuff sack and draw cord. Non-reflective black powder coat on blade.

$54.99(US)
The Ka-Bar ZK Death Dagger has a straight edge fixed blade and is constructed with a SK5 steel blade measuring a full 8 1/2" and has an overall length of 13 7/8". The Ka-Bar ZK Death Dagger features a large straight edge blade and textured GFN-PA66 handle. Also includes an extra set of black handles and a nylon sheath with front stuff sack and draw cord.

$54.97(US)
The Ka-Bar ZK War Sword is a straight edge fixed blade sword, constructed with a non-reflective black powder coated SK5 steel blade measuring a full 9 3/4" and has an overall length of 15 1/8". This Knife features a textured GFN-PA66 handle and includes an extra set of black handles plus nylon sheath with front stuff sack and draw cord.

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