By Wireshots Team / Featured News / / 0 Comments

Introducing “The Attleboro” Battle Knife


The Attleboro Knife Story –

A true story of sacrifice and honor commemorating those SF soldiers who fought and died during the Attleboro operation. Attleboro Knives began to take formation in the middle of 2012 when Ken Hunt and Casey Foster started talking about a knife design. This design would need to meet the demanding requirements of both the serious outdoorsmen as well as those serving our country on the battle field. The knife would need to fit well and be balanced in one’s hand. It also needed to provide excellent performance in the field to become the inaugural knife from Attleboro Knives.

The Attleboro as seen at the 2016 Blade Show


“We wish to recognize one heroic soldier who during this operation epitomizes the spirit of our knife, Master Sergeant William B. Hunt. His heroic actions during the battle led to several saved lives but in the process causing his wounding then his loss.” – Attleboro Knives

Becoming a fan of the Attleboro is easy to do. Just pick one up and your sold!


The Attleboro Battle Knife Features

  • Industry leading s35vn stainless steel
  • Thicker than normal 8-32 hardware
  • Steel hardness – 55-57 HRC
  • Overall Knife Length – 9 3/4″
  • Blade Thickness – .150″
  • Blade length – 4 1/2″
  • Spine to Edge – 1 3/8″
  • Cryo-treated blade
  • Hollow ground blade
  • Combat utility knife designed by retired Special Forces operators
  • Ergonomic handle design for maximum comfort and grip
  • Black Phenolic canvas laminate (black micarta) handle
  • Practically placed lanyard hole away from glass breaker
  • Machined grooving in handle for added grip and style
  • Glass breaker with Polycarbonate cutting edge
  • Unique slanted serrations for better cutting
  • Spear point design with aggressive swedge
  • Skeletonized handle for weight reduction
  • Kydex sheath (tan or black) with TEK-LOK™
  • H-146 Graphite Black Cerakote Coating
  • Latest large hollow grind technology
  • Large Choil for added blade control
  •  Machined Gimping for added grip
  •  Thumb ramp for indexing
  • Certificate and Coin