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APOC Survival Wakizashi – Designed by Angus Trim

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The A.P.O.C. Survival Wakizashi is an all-business tactical Wakizashi designed for maximum usability, practicality and lethality. the clean lines of this sword emphasize decisive cutting coupled with robust construction; the spine of the blade is thick and strong and in profile the blade has an elongated, chisel-like geometry designed to give it a long cutting plane – this is a blade built to cut, hack, stab and slice with authority. The blade is constructed from 9260 high carbon steel and is finished with a Black Oxide coating to minimize maintenance and maximize stealth. The edge hardness of the blade is 56 HRc.

The thickened tang is very wide for optimum hilt durability; the grip scale slabs are both simple and sturdy G10 Fiberglass laminate which is triple anchored into the tang. The grip design is flush with the tang and has no notable hard edges so as to prevent blisters and lesions on the hands from extended field use. A hooked notch at the base of the blade prevents the hands from sliding onto the blade during a strike. A pre-drilled lanyard hole accommodates your own lanyard or hanging loop.

The sword comes with a tactical sheath of fiberglass with MOLLE system-compatible hanging slots. Two knobs in the sheath lock onto matching indents on the the sword to secure it into the scabbard when sheathed.

Overall Length28 1/4"
Blade Length20 1/4"
Weight1 lb 15 oz
Width28 mm
Thickness5.7 mm - 4.4 mm`
P.O.B.2 1/2"
Grip Length7 3/4"
Blade [9260 High Carbon Steel]
ClassBattle Ready
Country of OriginChina

1 review for APOC Survival Wakizashi – Designed by Angus Trim

  1. Robert Nemitz (verified owner)

    A bit heavy for how it looks, but well balanced and feels pretty good in the hand.
    The sheathe is solid and the blade itself seems bulletproof; The edge is very sharp and seems nearly indestructible, but out of the box it is almost like an axe grind, great for durability, but will need re-profiling if you want to use it to slice well.
    No issues with the quality itself and I have gotten used to the weight over time.

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