5110-00-630-1757 Rigger's splicing-style, folding-type knife has two high-grade steel blades with nail grooves for easy opening. Keen cutting edge extends to a point and a steel spring holds the blade in position. The heavy-duty knife has a 3-7/16"
5110-00-630-1757 Rigger's splicing-style, folding-type knife has two high-grade steel blades with nail grooves for easy opening. Keen cutting edge extends to a point and a steel spring holds the blade in position. The heavy-duty knife has a 3-7/16"
5110-00-630-1757 Rigger's splicing-style, folding-type knife has two high-grade steel blades with nail grooves for easy opening. Keen cutting edge extends to a point and a steel spring holds the blade in position. The heavy-duty knife has a 3-7/16"
5110-00-630-1757 Rigger's splicing-style, folding-type knife has two high-grade steel blades with nail grooves for easy opening. Keen cutting edge extends to a point and a steel spring holds the blade in position. The heavy-duty knife has a 3-7/16"

Colonial Knife

5110-00-630-1757 Rigger's splicing-style, folding-type knife has two high-grade steel blades with nail grooves for easy opening. Keen cutting edge extends to a point and a steel spring holds the blade in position. The heavy-duty knife has a 3-7/16"

$ 49.99

5110-00-630-1757 Rigger's splicing-style, folding-type knife has two high-grade steel blades with nail grooves for easy opening. Keen cutting edge extends to a point and a steel spring holds the blade in position. The heavy-duty knife has a 3-7/16" cutting blade, and a 3-Military Issue Marlin Spike Knife, Hardened Cutlery Stainless Steel, molded chip bone style brown scales, stainless steel forged locking marlin spike, this study classic style,circumnavigated the globe for decades  carried by generations of Navy Men and Women is still in circulation with the U.S. Military and N.A.T.O. countries. The dependable quality that has gone into this master piece "1757 Military Issue Marlin Spike" since the early days of the Great War when the first of its kind, the Royal Navy's Dreadnought made such a strong impression on people's minds when launched in 1906 that similar battleships built subsequently were referred to generically as "dreadnoughts", and earlier battleships became known as "pre-dreadnoughts" and the knife the sailors carried while serving on the dreadnoughts and still carried today, the Marlin Spike Knife.

  

Federal Government or State Agencies When Order This Knife Use The Colonial Knife G.S.A. Cage Code 3NZR8

Price Break Quantity

1-12 pieces $49.99

13-24 pieces $43.70

25-49 pieces $40.10

50-74 pieces $36.35

75-100 pieces $30.03

101 pieces or more $25.00 

 

   

Dear Colonial Knife,                             

I was looking around a Coast Guard Facebook post the other day and saw a reference to the COLONIAL KNIFE USN RIGGER’S knife. As a young kid in the CG, I used my 1757 Marlin Spike continually doing all sorts of jobs the duty officer assigned to me and I had forgotten about that knife and the Marlin Spike, until now, so I purchased the 1757 Marlin Spike. It arrived today! Wow, it sure brings back memories. It looks to be a very high quality knife for the money, and one I am sure I will use well.

Many Thanks! Craig M. Seattle, WA. retired Coast Guard 

 

 

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Specifications 1757 Straight Edge and 1757 Serrated Edge

  • Ejection molded handle
  • Blade Length:3-inch
  • weight: 5-ounces
  • Keen honed cutting edge
  • 440 c stainless steel, Rockwell 58-60
  • Locking marlin spike
  • Length closed: 4 inches
  • National Stock Number 5110-00-530-1757

Review:


“Hello, My name is mark Grinder from Arkansas and I am an industrial electrician. I received the marlin spike a birthday gift and I love it! I use the knives I collect and this one is my 1st choice. It’s got a big handle so your hand doesn’t cramp up. A thick blade that takes everything I throw at it and the marlin spike is the best part. I do some rigging at work and rope work as a pastime. The spike has it covered! It also acts as an awl, I clear bolt threads with it, I pry with it and even align equipment bolt patterns. One word for this knife-INDISPENSABLE!”
Mark Grinder, AR

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