Bushmaster Tactical Commando Knife And Free Skinner Knife

$26.99   $18.98
  4.5 ( 13 reviews)

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Part #:17 UC3182
  • Two tactical knives ready for duty
  • 7” AUS-8 stainless steel blade
  • TPR textured handle
  • Cast metal pommel, guard
  • Includes TPR leg sheath with lanyard
  • 8 1/2” skinner knife with sheath included
  • Overall length: 12”


The new Tactical Commando Knife from Bushmaster is what you want on your side when you’re braving the wild or a war zone, and, better yet, you are also getting a free skinner knife in this package! The tactical knife has a 7” AUS-8 stainless steel blade with a black matte finish. The razor-sharp, clip point blade has a sawback and the handle is a strong, textured TPR for a secure grip. The knife also features a cast metal pommel and handguard. A heavy-duty TPR leg sheath with lanyard is included. The 8 1/2” skinner knife comes housed in a TPR sheath with a belt clip.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.46 out of 5

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Customer Reviews

Cecil Sells
Aug 27, 2018
(3 out of 5)
You Can’t Beat It!

Well, actually you can, and you’ll probably, want to beat the snail snot out of this cheap, toy-like commando knife. Sounds like a good purpose to me. Nothing I’d trust my life to. The Wahoo Killer Knife is a nice bonus. Keep it as a truck knife, a shop knife, or a back-up camping knife. Keep a sharpener handy, you’ll need it. Didn’t expect much for $10, so, I wasn’t disappointed.


May 23, 2017
(5 out of 5)

The Good: Superior aggressive blade geometry; AUS 8 step up from 7; handle spikey enough for a good grip even when wet; waterproof sheath fairly sturdy with numerous attachment points & has a nice retaining tab if retaining strap isn't used. The Bad: Pummel poorly designed for poundin' & attacks the palm unless rigid hammer grip is used; sheath has an unnecessarily complex & cumbersome retaining strap which you'll grow to hate more & more & curiously has no drain hole in the bottom but located in the middle.


May 21, 2017
(5 out of 5)
Great for price

I received my knife last night, and I am very pleased with its performance so far. They both arrived very sharp. They both exceed my expectations when it came to price. The utility knife by itself is worth more than $10. I wil say that the main knife had a rounded tip, not made as a weapon. This is a great emergency knife for $10


May 03, 2017
(5 out of 5)
Pleasantly Surprised

Bought these on a whim with the free shipping offer, figuring even the small knife was worth $10 if the shipping was free; much less an additional large knife with a 7" AUS-8 blade. This is not my typical Ka-Bar, Ontario, or Tops kind of purchase; but the price for 2 knives intrigued me and piqued my curiosity. The knives I got are easily worth 5 times the price. The description says these are tactical knives; and that's true of the large one... this is not an outdoorsman or survival knife designed for or capable of chopping. This is more weapon than tool. In a pinch, if you absolutely had to get some kindling, the sawback is actually quite sharp and functional, unlike that on many other knives. That being the case, a full tang isn't really necessary; and frankly, I don't know how anyone could look at the width/circumference of the handle in the picture and think it could be full tang. I'm pretty confident the knife would hold up if used in the manner for which it was designed. The large blade is 4.5-5.0 mm thick, and is evenly ground on both sides; the coating is applied well and seems durable. The tip isn't needle sharp, but isn't "rounded off", either; it's still quite sharp. The blades on mine are both very sharp, too; if somebody ran their fingers down either one, they'd draw back bloody stumps. Ultimately, you can get a lot less knife for $10, even a lot less knife for $25-30. So, as with any purchase, the product must be judged in relation to its purchase price; and this is easily a 5* buy... it would still be a 5* buy even if it had cost 2 or 3 times as much. I'm not sure what some folks expect for $10; but judging from some of the reviews, those expectations are neither realistic nor reasonable.

steven chandler
Apr 18, 2017
(5 out of 5)

Just like my one shot one kill, love it, and the Skinner knife also, really sharp


Apr 16, 2017
(5 out of 5)
Skinner knife CRAZY sharp

Previous review (4/11/17) was only on the bigger knife. The Skinner is razor darn CRAZY sharp. Craved up tri-tip beef, slab of beef, and diced up chicken breast real easy. The Skinner can prove to be a super discreet line of defense. I'm very pleased with Skinner. J. Francis. Oregon


Apr 12, 2017
(4 out of 5)
Good Knife for the Price

Both knives cam decently sharp. Bigger knife is similar to the others also made by United Cutlery (M48 and SOA). Tom from Hawaii


Apr 11, 2017
(5 out of 5)
Well worth price

Received today. Tested from paper, cardboard, fabric, and meats. I'm a real life forester and user of weapons. Living in the mountains and bush of Oregon, you need Real equipment not wall displays and "show and tell." My review is short. Knife- razor sharp (if not, I would be retuning as Of her products I have done). Sheath- need to work with it to understand the strap that holds the knife. BTW, the knife stays in Holster w/o strap. It is functional and well suitable in the ..J Francis, Oregon


Apr 07, 2017
(4 out of 5)
Good for $10

Both knives arrived very dull, but they sharpen up well. The bigger one had a nick in the middle of the blade, but that will sharpen out in time. I could tell the utility knife wasn't sharpened at all, because the blade still had the finish on it.


Apr 07, 2017
(5 out of 5)
Very nice

I got mine today. The combo is great. I agree that the point is rounded but it still makes a great knife. Very useful for in survival training. The utility knife itself is worth at least $10. It's just perfect. The larger knife is very nice as well

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