TDI Pocket Strike

By: Ka-Bar Knives
TDI Pocket Strike TDI Pocket Strike

TDI Pocket Strike

By: Ka-Bar Knives
(USD) $58.99

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Product Code: 6866

Price (USD): $58.99


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Tactical Defense Institute

The TDI Pocket Strike was designed by John Benner of the Tactical Defense Institute (TDI) as a comfortable, convenient, and concealable fixed blade. The hard plastic sheath of the Pocket Strike rests inside of your pocket and clips to the outside of your pants. The ring loop makes it easy to find and quickly deploy the Pocket Strike.


Reliks Product ID 6866
Manufacturer SKU 2491
Blade Hardness 57-59 HRC
Blade Length 3.188"
Blade Material AUS 8A
Full Length 7.75"
Handle Material Nylon/Fiberglass
Weight .4 lb

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4/5 average from 8 reviews

Reliks Customer Reviews

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L - Verified Buyer

"The knife itself is excellent but the sheath is poor. The clip itself will not hold it in place when pulling the knife out. It's also a little too big for me to have it conceal. "

J - Verified Buyer

"the idea was what git my attention, but after ordering one, and seeing quality of the craftmanship, I wont be using it, or ordering any more product from the mfg. Very course and rough finish on the finger rings."

B - Verified Buyer

"Nice little knife but I was hoping to be able to draw it from my pocket without having to take the scabbard out at the same time. "

P - Verified Buyer

"Beautiful, nicely balanced all purpose knife. Fits my hand perfectly. "

J - Verified Buyer

"Very very thin blade, blade handle and combined with a secure and very thin sheath, the whole package being very slim. The blade came very sharp and a bit of stropping got it shave sharp. The pommel like ring makes extraction from the sheath easy to do, but also it does remind me a bit of a karambit with a strait convex edge, the ring with the little finger inside it gives a very secure grip, but also could serve as a skull crusher. There are multiple ways one can hold the knife for detailed cutting uses at a precision tool. "

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