Delta Unit 3
Tough now... 'Cause there ain't no tomorrow
Forward of friendly lines and deep in the mountain passes where the Taliban are laid in deep, is where you'll find the likes of men carrying the Delta Unit 3. When it comes down to either your life or his, you know you've got the leveler, and the decision is yours. The reality is clear. You are prepared for the action. The military's new concept of fast moving, small unit operations, embedded with their counterparts, are empowered by individuals with skills that most do not have. They are the few, willing to take risks most will not. They are more disciplined, and more dedicated. These men set out to dominate, eliminate, and control.
The mission before the man. Since the inception of TOPS Knives in early 1998, some of these individuals from small specialized units, have contacted us for direct support by making the right tool for the right job (design by requirements). Whether Covert Missions or day to day operations, TOPS' collaboration with the units produces not what we think they need, but what they actually need. When the mission is complete and the need for secrecy abates, TOPS can then put the feel of success in the hands of those that can and do appreciate a great tool, with or without a mission. The Delta Unit 3 has in addition to its activities in the field, undergone extensive testing and use by outdoorsmen throughout the Rocky Mountains. A characteristically short, strong knife built by purpose and need with a limited 3" blade and a solid thickness of 1/4" solid steel. Tough now... Cause there ain't no tomorrow.
|Knife Type||Fixed Blade|
|Blade Steel||1095 RC 56-58|
|Blade Finish||Tactical Gray|
|Handle Material||Blue/Black G10|
|Weight w/ Sheath||14.4 oz|
|Sheath Material||Black Kydex|
|Sheath Clip||Rotating Spring Steel|
- Backpacking in Nepal
- Took this knife backpacking around Annapurna in the Nepal Himalayas. Great knife for backpacking and it’s discrete enough to bring to a foreign country. The only thing that would make this knife better would be a left handed sheath and an option for a lanyard. (Posted on 7/1/2019)