The Ontario SPL Pack Knife is a new fixed blade designed to be the knife for all occasions. As a matter of fact, according to the Ontario Knife Company (OKC) the “SPL” in the name stands for Sport Leisure, which pretty much covers it.


With the SPL Pack knife, OKC set out to design a do-it-all tool for the adventurous type. Whether you’re a hunter, hiker, camper or survivalist, the knife’s 3.9-inch Magnacut drop-point blade should be able to accomplish the job. It has a thin blade with a full, flat grind that makes it a great blade for slicing and other delicate work, but with enough strength to it for light chopping. Being made from Magnacut, it is corrosion free in even the harshest conditions.

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The Ontario SPL Pack Knife with Magnacut steel and orange G10 handle scales should prove popular with outdoorsmen.


The SPL’s high-visibility orange handle is made from tough G10 that has a thin comfortable contour and full tang construction. Overall, the SPL has a length of 8-inches, making it a compact fixed-blade knife with a big-knife feel. The orange sheath is designed to snap-lock onto the depression in the hilt of the handle, so the knife stays put while you trek over rough terrain, giving you a little added peace of mind. The sheath has molded belt loops for multiple configuration choices when attaching it to a belt, pack or other space. The MSRP for the knife is $169.95.


Founded in 1889, the Ontario Knife Company has been operating out of Upstate New York for more than 130 years. The company produces a wide range of tools, including cutlery and kitchenware, hunting and fishing knives, machetes, survival and rescue equipment, science and medical tools, and tactical knives.

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