Stryker Defender Tool
Are YOU tough enough for one?
Any man would be hard-pressed to find a more badass tool in such a compact size. This quarter inch thick tank of a knife is stocked to the brim with extra features. Our Rocky Mountain Tread is included on the Black Linen Micarta handle scales. We've also included serrations, a saw back, and an unsharpened upper swedge to assist in penetration power.
It's strong, durable, rugged, and not designed for the average man. Are YOU tough enough for one?
|Knife Type||Fixed Blade|
|Blade Shape||Hunters Point|
|Blade Steel||1095 RC 56-58|
|Blade Finish||Black Traction Coating|
|Handle Material||Black Linen Micarta|
|Handle Style||Rocky Mountain Tread|
|Weight w/ Sheath||19.2|
|Sheath Material||OD Green Kydex|
|Sheath Clip||Molle Backing|
- Beefy Compact Tool
- This robust blade arrived to me razor sharp, and I immediately put it to work. The saw edge works perfect for notching trees for lashings. I do think Tops puts the best saw edges on their knives, and they all work great. I am investing in a kydex sheath, the one that it comes with will work, but I prefer the kydex they have used with other models. (Posted on 5/2/2020)
- Unbreakable and durable
Have had mine for three years now. This started my collection of Tops knives. My Bro in law serving in Iraq brought this knife to my attention. He had greatly used his and loved it. I agree with him, this is a do all knife. Only thing I did to mine is sharpen the false edge on the front as a secondary edge. This also enhanced its dagger ability to penetrate all kinds of things.
My only complaint is the saw back should have an off-set grind to “skinny” up the cutting edges. As is, works great to scar a surface for lashings.
Thanks for a Herculean knife!! (Posted on 1/6/2018)
Once I was able to wrap my hand around the handle of this knife, I have to admit a rush swept through me. Sturdy, great hefy, balanced, rugged design with perfect grip and did I mention it was sharp?! Basic task, pry bar, chapping, sawing and defense all wrapped into one magnificent knife.
Well worth the price. If I was going to whine about anything, it would be that no decent survival tool or sharpening stone was in the pouch of the scabbard. I just put my own in and took off! (Posted on 7/7/2015)