is world renowned as one of the strongest tactical folders in existence. Originally designed by Al Mar and Colonel Nick Rowe in the early 1980’s for the U.S. Army’s SERE school, today’s updated models are stronger, lighter and the most precise versions ever made.
The SERE 2000 features pillar construction, flow through design and a top-mounted reversible Deep Pocket Clip for discrete carry. G10 handles provide plenty of traction with a flared front end ideal for combat grips and thrusting. Dual thumbstuds open the blade easily and a solid liner lock keeps it open. The VG10 drop point blade is useful for more than just combat with a flat grind for slicing efficiency and a deep swedge to aid in piercing, delivering the kind of performance you need in the real world.
Since 1979, AL MAR Knives has been committed to making unique designs at quality levels that rival custom, hand-made knives. Today, each knife crafted by AL MAR is hand-finished and hand-sharpened by craftsmen dedicated to creating the very best possible product.
Blade Length: 3.6"
Overall Length: 8.5"
Blade Thickness: 0.15"
Steel: VG10 Stainless Steel
Hardness: Rc 59-60
Action: Liner Lock
Handle Material: Olive Drab G10
Clip: Ambidextrous Deep Pocket Clip
Weight: 6 oz.
Made in Japan
The Kami’s pocket clip works as a backspacer too
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