LAPG Close Quarters Neck Knife
LAPG Close Quarters Neck Knife
LAPG Close Quarters Neck Knife
LAPG Close Quarters Neck Knife
LAPG Close Quarters Neck Knife
LAPG Close Quarters Neck Knife
LAPG Close Quarters Neck Knife
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LAPG Close Quarters Neck Knife

SKU #: LAPG-KN-CQN-01
MSRP: $34.99
$8.99
Description

LA Police Gear is already known for breaking into segments with exciting, useful products that not only look good and function highly, but save you a lot of money too. Now we're breaking into the knives segment with an entire line. The best part is that you can get a high quality knife at very reasonable prices because we cut out the middle man and pass the savings on to you.

The LAPG Close Quarters Neck Knife is ideal for a last ditch self defense option. The knife comes with a kydex sheath with a chain to wear around your neck for maximum comfortability.

Specifications:

  • Black stone wash finish 440C blade with settations on the thumb rest
  • Hollow grinding
  • Final blade thickness about 3mm
  • Holes done by milling machine
  • Black wrap type kydex sheath with chain
  • Reviews
    4.8
    25 Reviews
    5
    84% (21)
    4
    16% (4)
    3
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    100% Recommend this product (25 of 25 responses)
    By Matt
    new mexico
    November 9, 2017
    Good knife
    Good backup knife for a cheap price
    ProsLight Arrived Sharp Small
    By K. J. McNatt
    Prattville, AL
    October 19, 2017
    Excellent backup knife
    Well constructed knives that holds a great edge.
    ProsFits just about anywhere. Conceals well under a shirt when utilizing the neck chain.
    ConsNone.
    By Noah
    New Jersey
    August 14, 2017
    Great for EDC very concealable.
    Great value defensive tool. Highly recommended.
    By Bill
    NY
    May 8, 2017
    Great Knife
    I have two of these and plan to buy a few more when they are on sale to give as gifts. Couple of notes about a few of the other reviews I read here. First off anyone that replaces the chain with para-cord, isn't as sharp as the knife! The whole point of the chain is so it will BREAK! Then bad guy can't strangle you with it! To remove the knife without breaking the chain is rather easy. You simply slip your index finger through the hole and use your thumb to push the knife free of the kydex sheath. I can't figure out why this is rocket science? You want anything that is around your next to break rather then to be used to strangle you in a fight. The chain is perfectly adequate to hold the knife, I've been wearing mine pretty much when ever I leave the house. I've had no issues with it. You do need to be careful pulling it from under your shirt. It is very sharp and will damage you badly if you don't handle it correctly. But then that's the whole point of this knife. Slide your thumb up to just below the tip of the blade and let your thumb drag against your body. This allows you're thumb to act as a guide so the knife comes out smoothly between you and you're shirt. It's curved shape makes up for the small concealable size. The only weapon that can help save your life is the one you actually have on you all the time.
    ProsSo far no rust issues. Very sharp. Stays in it's sheath until you need it. Releases easily from it's sheath with the right technique. Easy to conceal even under a tee shirt. Light weight. All adds up to it going out the door every time I do. Cheap enough on sale that if you lose it or have to give it up at a metal detector, your not out much money.
    ConsMade in China
    By John
    San Marcos, Texas
    April 20, 2017
    Great Knife!
    This is an awesome little knife. I have larger than average hands, but the grip on this knife fits perfectly in my hand and the hole for the index finger provides a secure grip. I didn't like the chain, which seemed pretty flimsy, so I wove my boot laces through the holes on the sheath, and I now have the perfect boot knife.
    Proslarge hole in the grip for the index finger provides secure grip.
    Consthe neck chain seems a bit flimsy.
    By Steve N
    Atlanta
    March 18, 2017
    Hang around handy
    the price is right for the quality usefulness of thyis knife
    ProsGood blade, good price
    ConsNone
    By Sal
    Laredo, TX
    March 3, 2017
    Awesome knife
    Awesome knife, great price and a really good quality sheath.
    By Marcus
    Georgia
    March 3, 2017
    Worth the money
    Damn thing sliced me open it's so sharp.
    ProsSharp, compact, concealable, easily fits fingers.
    ConsNeeds a clip to attach to pants or gear. Chain is stiff.
    By Chet
    Ohio
    February 24, 2017
    Nice
    Great gor the money
    By A.H
    Alabama
    January 21, 2017
    LAPG Neck Knife
    Small, light weight, easy to conceal knife. Nice product.
    By Rich
    Va
    January 20, 2017
    Great Price
    Nice neck knife just wish blade was a little longer
    By Michael Dobbins
    Texas
    January 6, 2017
    Best under-$10.00 gifts ever!
    Purchased ten of the LAPG Close Quarters Neck Knifes for Christmas gifts to fellow officers. Wish I had purchased twenty. Great value and quality.
    ProsGreat value and quality.
    ConsNone
    By Chester A.
    Music City, U.S.A
    December 11, 2016
    Sharp.
    This item fulfills the need for officers who wish to have a backup / neck knife. I mounted this for a left-hand draw underneath my uniform. Two things: 1. The knife is indeed sharp and solid, as it should be. It's also a little difficult to remove from the well-made sheath. Take care, or a trip to the E.R. may be in order. 2. Replace the neck chain with para-cord. (A good yank on the knife from the neck-mounted position quickly snapped the chain-- see #1.) I could be petty and downgrade the rating because of the chain... but... it's a chain. Most of us have para-cord lying around anyway. Quick swap, and you have an excellent last-resort weapon should you need one. For under $10, we should all be wearing these.
    ProsAffordable, even for rookies.
    By Michael Ballard
    Portland, Oregon
    November 24, 2016
    carving
    As soon as I got this knife I know I would be great for carving
    ProsIt is a very versatile and compact knife I would and have recommended this item to all of my friends and family 👍
    By Quinn
    Utah
    November 9, 2016
    Best Neck Knife I have Found
    The metal is adequate, most neck knives seem so flimsy in comparison. The handle is the best I have held per neck knife comparisons. The kydex sheath works great, and none come with a kydex sheath at this price. LAPG knows how to make good quality at a great price. Keep up the good work LAPG.
    Prosgood handle, kydex sheath
    Consstandard steel
    Q&A
    5 Questions & 11 Answers
    Reese Law
    from AZ asked:
    July 20, 2016
    How long is the knife all together? How long is just the blade as well? You should probably revise the description of this item, because that's important information customers want to know. Thanks!
    1 Answers
    The knife from end to tip is approx 5.25". The length of the blade is approx 2.2"
    Customer Service
    on July 26, 2016

    Larry Paguio
    from fatboyteal1@gmail.com asked:
    January 14, 2017
    Are the holes big enough to put your finger through
    7 Answers
    The first hole ( largest one) is big enough for your finger I wrapped mine in cord also makes it easier to grip
    Jeremy
    on January 16, 2017
    from Parma Heights, OH
    Just the "large" one closest to the blade.
    marc
    on January 16, 2017
    from Syracuse, NY
    Yes really nice and great price. Really enjoy it. Bought a good bit from you guys and really easy to work with
    Martin
    on January 16, 2017
    from Buford, GA
    Only the larger hole.
    Ryan
    on January 16, 2017
    from Tyler, TX
    Yes the top hole The biggest one fits your index finger and the three smaller holes are not finger holes you wrap your fingers around the outside and your thumb rest on the top side just behind the blade there's a groove there for it. I hope this helps it's worth every penny I liked it so much I bought two.
    Richard
    on January 16, 2017
    from Manassas, VA
    Yeah. I have average to large size hands and it's plenty large enough. I doubt a gloved finger would fit though.
    Phillip
    on January 16, 2017
    from Le Claire, IA
    The knife is designed to be used as a reverse Karambit (blade to the front) the three other holes are for skeletonizing the knife to make it lighter for hanging on the neck. The first hole, only one meant to accommodate a finger, does so easily. I have large hands and the ring fits comfortably around my forefinger. It is very light. There is gimping on the backside of the ring and beginning the of the bladeproviding decent purchase point for power stokes. The shape of the blade is so that all cuts will be like a power assist cut. My only complaint is the blade length is rather short and would require you to let an attacker get up close and personal in order to deliver effective strikes, this is definitely not a stand off defensive weapon, in fact an attacker that isn't easily scared off will not be scared of this knife. That being said, if you are skilled in knife fighting and know where to cut to subdue and immobilize an attacker, the concealable nature of this little blade could be a benefit if you are skilled. It allows for small short fast movements enabling you to slice a attacker up quickly, but be ready to be hit and grappled as it will be a close in fight. Hope this helps, if you have any other questions don't hesitate to ask.
    James
    on January 16, 2017
    from McDonough, GA

    V
    from San Diego asked:
    November 18, 2016
    Does the sheath have a belt clip on it?
    1 Answers
    No it does not. This is a neck knife.
    Customer Service
    on November 18, 2016

    Roger
    from Alpine, CA asked:
    October 30, 2016
    Is this legally concealable in California ?
    1 Answers
    Different Counties have certain concealing laws. We suggest contacting your local authorities.
    Customer Service
    on October 31, 2016

    Steve
    from South West Tn asked:
    September 29, 2016
    Where is the knife made?
    1 Answers
    China
    Customer Service
    on September 30, 2016

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