The Model #14 Attack and the #15 Airman are so similar, they almost don’t deserve their own model numbers. The only real difference is the blade length.
The 15, with its 5.5″ blade, was designed especially for airman survival and was developed in co-operation with the USMC equipment board. And that explains why it gets its own model number.
The #14 is identical to the 15, save for its slightly longer 7.5″ blade.
Both models feature high-carbon stainless steel blades. The standard tang is extra heavy and 7/8″ wide, but a lighter weight 1/2″ option is available. Saw teeth are also available as an option, but not coupled with the light-weight tang.
The handles are available in a choice of black or green micarta. They feature a finger-grip handle, with the option for a single finger grip and a Border Patrol shape. The hilt comes in brass or nickel silver and can be made either straight or forward-curved.
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