Steel Eagle 105
Tough men temper like steel. They learn to endure.
Where did TOPS get its start? The Steel Eagle series of knives were the first models ever created by TOPS. Over many continual years in the field, in every terrain and in all conditions, the Steel Eagles have proven their strength, durability, versatility and dependability within the Special Operations community and with civilians as well. The Steel Eagle 105HP is the shortest version in the series. It is a more manageable size for people who don't need a large knife. Perfect in the mid-size category, it still includes our iconic saw back, which is great for notching wood and bone. For the quiet professionals.
SPECIAL OPS TRUST TOPS... CAUSE THEY'RE HARD TO THE CORE!
|Knife Type||Fixed Blade|
|Blade Shape||Hunters Point|
|Blade Steel||1095 RC 56-58|
|Blade Finish||Black Traction Coating|
|Handle Material||Black Linen Micarta|
|Knife Weight||9.95 oz|
|Weight w/ Sheath||13.25 oz|
|Sheath Weight||3.30 oz|
|Sheath Material||Black Kydex|
|Sheath Clip||Rotating Spring Steel|
- I have never had a better knife
- I am a bladed weapon freak. I admit that whole heartedly. I have served in the military for 15 years and now that I am out spend my free time practicing and honing my bushcraft skills. I know this knife isn't sold as part of the "bush craft" line. However it has done everything I have thrown at it. I love the grips on the handle, the saw back for making traps is amazing and helped to replace a tool in my pack. Also factory edge is amazing, with a quick honing on my strop I was able to touch up my beard with a shave as close as my straight razor. Honestly I couldn't say anything negative about the knife it self at all. It has a batoned through wood like butter, shaved wood for fires many times, and still looks as sexy as the day I un-boxed it. My only change that I would do and have modified for myself would be a dangler option on the kydex sheath. With even a D ring on a belt loop would be a total perfect bush craft package. Thank you tops for making your knives the last knife brand I will ever trust my life and safety too. (Posted on 6/18/2017)