GLOCK Field Knife

The GLOCK Field Knife was first designed in the 1970s by GLOCK at the request of the Austrian military. With the Model 78 field knife officially selected for deployment in 1978, the relationship between GLOCK and the military began. This event also started the research and development by GLOCK into new polymers that could be used to improve existing military equipment.

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The GLOCK Field Knife has been one of the longest lived produced produced by the GLOCK company. While GLOCK has achieved worldwide fame from the performance of the GLOCK pistol, years before the first pistol would be made soldiers were using the GLOCK Field Knife in combat. This modern fighting knife gave GLOCK the opportunity to learn which polymers were strong and would meet the needs of the Austrian military.

There are two variations of the GLOCK Field Knife. The first version of the GLOCK Field Knife is known as the Model 78, which has the shape and style of the classic military field knife. The second version of the GLOCK Field Knife is the Model 81, which took the original Model 78 and added saw-teeth to the back of the blade to give soldiers more of a survival knife. These two versions of the GLOCK Field Knife both saw use with the Austrian army and were adopted by various other nations who saw the value in these combat proven field knives.

  • Authentic GLOCK Produced Field Knife
  • Model 78 - Standard Blade
  • Model 81 - Saw-Tooth Blade
  • Includes Scabbard
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Manufacturer Glock
Condition Factory New
Overall Length 11.5"
Blade Length 6.5"
Blade Steel Spring Steel HRC55 Phosphate-Treated
Handle Length 5"
Construction Steel
Customer Reviews (3)
Great utility knife
Great for the truck or store with camping gear! Review by Michael (Posted on 4/5/2017)
Great knife Inexpensive NOT Cheap
This is a high quality blade. The spine serrations actually cut wood very effectively. Important for a field survival knife. You can cut down saplings to build shelter poles, etc. Nice ballance durabe holds an edge. and can be used as a throwing knife. Review by Bernard (Posted on 3/25/2017)
not bad for the money
Bought this knife for my get home bag for my truck.sturdy sheath and sharp.serves it's purpose well.very happy with it. Review by Robert (Posted on 12/24/2016)
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