When In Doubt... Pull Down And Out
A strong, highly versatile knife carried by law enforcement, military, hunters, and campers.
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Introducing the C.A.T. S-Series. The Covert Anti-Terrorism series includes some of the earliest models TOPS ever produced, and they have been in service ever since. The updated colors on the S-Series are perfect for outdoorsmen who are not necessarily looking for a tactical knife. At the same time, the new colors are great for our military men and women serving in desert environments. The tan blade, green handles, and Coyote Tan Kydex sheath will blend in with desert colored uniforms and equipment. Since it comes with our Rocky Mountain Bull’s-eye handle scales, it will look and perform superbly.
The C.A.T. has been carried by military and law enforcement personnel all over the world. While the original purpose for the model was specifically tactical, it has found its way into the hands of many outdoorsmen, hunters, bushcrafters, and campers.
It is small, strong, highly versatile, and easy to use and maintain. The design allows for good penetration and slashing cuts as well as a multitude of EDC/wilderness uses. The Kydex sheath helps maintain a low profile and has a rotating clip so it can be worn in multiple carry positions.
|Knife Type||Fixed Blade|
|Blade Shape||Hunters Point|
|Blade Steel||1095 RC 56-58|
|Blade Finish||Coyote Tan Coating|
|Handle Material||Green Canvas Micarta|
|Handle Style||Rocky Mountain Bull's-eye|
|Knife Weight||5.6 oz|
|Weight w/ Sheath||7.8 oz|
|Sheath Material||Coyote Tan Kydex|
|Sheath Clip||Rotating Spring Steel|
- I don't write bio-metric, ergonomic, dynamic, or over analytical reviews. The build, quality, and solidness of this knife is outstanding! I own a S.A.W and a Street Scalpel and have always been in love with them. Adding the C.A.T. was a perfect choice. With a litany of pretty decent blades on the market, my GTW knives will always be Tops. From a guy that owns a shoe box full of good knives, the Tops knives never end up in it. They're out and ready for duty. (Posted on 1/28/2016)