5110-00-526-8740 Emergency survival knife, Rescue type MC-1. The knife has a 3-3/4" snap blade with an automatic spring-opening device, and a 2-3/8" hook blade for quick cutting of parachute shroud line.
5110-00-526-8740 Emergency Survival knife, type MC-1 and now called type M-724, the primary blade is 3-3/4-inch made from hardened cutlery stainless steel, the secondary blade called the shroud cutter is manufactured using hardened cutlery stainless steel and is a non-puncture cutting blade. The primary blade is deployed by the push of a button and locks open, a slide lock can also be engaged, the shroud cutter is manual opening at 2-3/8-inch, the shroud cutter also known as the hook blade for quick cutting of 550 parachute shroud cord, seat belts, webbing, rope, clothing and other material without puncturing.
- Handle Length: 4 1/2"
- Military Issue
- Weight: 1 oz.
- Blade length: 3-inches
- Cutting edge length: 2 3/4"
- Second Blade: Hook Used to Cut Parachute Shrouds, Webbing or Cord
- MOLLE compatible
- Country Of Origin: United States
- Warranty: lifetime
PRIOR TO SHIPPING EACH KNIFE IS HAND INSPECTED
REPLACES national stock number 5110-00-163-2541
COUNTRIES THAT USE THIS KNIFE:
Austria, Brazil, Spain, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, Belgium, New Zealand, France, Korea, Republic of, Portugal, Norway, Greece, Turkey, Namsa and the United States, Great Britain
ONE OF THE MANY PHASES INMANUFACTURING THE KNIFE
“The Colonial Knife® M-724 has served our military Pilots and aircrews nicely” Chuck Karwan, Tactical Knives Magazine, U.S. Army Retired, Special Forces Instructor, graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. The very first auto knife that launched the Tactical Series® for Colonial Cutlery® was originally designated the M-724 under the National Stock Number (NSN) 5110-00-526-8740 knife,Rescue. The M-724 currently being issued for use in all military aircraft ejection seat survival kits, Parachutist both military and civilian, along with the U.S. Forest Service Smoke Jumpers, Law Enforcement.
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