Discount Ontario Knife Company Knives
Since 1889, the Ontario Knife Company has been manufacturing sporting and outdoor knives and other tools. Most of their products are made at their factory in Franklinville, New York. Through the years, they have become known as suppliers to the United States military with such weapons as the M7 bayonet, the M1942 machete and the USAF Survival Knife. Their commercial products, such as the Spec-Plus series, utilize the same design as their military and survival blades. The Freedom Fighter knives have these professional quality blades and metal hilts and pommels.
We have Tactical Linerlocks that are designed by Joe Pardue, one of Ontario's chief designers. He learned knife making craftsmanship from his dad, an expert in the field. While developing the necessary discipline and skills, he discovered a passion for designing tactical knives made for practical daily use, and that ambition shines through in these rugged utility knives. Made from 440 or AUS-8 stainless, the knives have drop point, clip point or Tanto blades and black Zytel handles. The Extreme Military Linerlocks take the uncompromising construction of Ontario's knives one step further. The XM-2 Linerlock with spear point blade is made from N690Co cobalt enhanced stainless steel and aircraft aluminum handles with titanium liners. The XM-1 Extreme Military is camo coated with desert camo finish aluminum handles. The Ontario XR-1 Rescue Folder has a partially serrated blade and includes a glass breaker, seat belt cutter, Torx wrench and a set of replacement blades.
Ontario's R.A.T. Cutlery Series was designed in partnership with Randall's Adventure & Training, a well-respected outdoor survival training company. The TAK-1 and RAT-7 have both been adopted by the United States military. Some models feature partially serrated blades and 1095 carbon steel with full tang and Micarta handles. Others are made from AUS-8 stainless with nylon or G-10 handles.
The Fixed Blade and Survival Knives line includes the U.S. Army Quartermaster Knife, a reproduction of a knife used in combat by WWII infantry troops. The Air Force Survival Knife has a 1095 carbon steel blade, sawback design and includes a whetstone and leg tie. Ontario's Military Issue Bayonets are manufactured with 420 or 1095 carbon stainless steel. Their Machetes are constructed from 1095 carbon steel and include shatterproof polymer handles. The models in the Ontario Spec Plus Series are updated reproductions of traditional sporting and military knives. There's a double edged dagger, Marine Combat Knife, World War II Axe and more.