LA Police Gear Rendition Fixed Blade Knife
LA Police Gear Rendition Fixed Blade Knife
LA Police Gear Rendition Fixed Blade Knife
LA Police Gear Rendition Fixed Blade Knife
LA Police Gear Rendition Fixed Blade Knife
LA Police Gear Rendition Fixed Blade Knife
LA Police Gear Rendition Fixed Blade Knife
LA Police Gear Rendition Fixed Blade Knife
LA Police Gear Rendition Fixed Blade Knife
LA Police Gear Rendition Fixed Blade Knife
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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. You are sure to find the right knife for you in our line of 6 brand new knives. All of our knives are made with tough 8Cr14MoV steel, which is a tough yet durable steel type that can be easily sharpened to an excellent edge. 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 LA Police Gear Rendition Fixed Blade Knife is a full-tang beast of a knife that will always get the job done. The Rendition Fixed Knife features a black handle and gun metal blade finish. Also included is a nylon sheath which is belt or molle compatible.


  • 8Cr14MoV steel blade
  • Full Tang design
  • Included belt or molle sheath
  • Tanto blade type
  • Plain edge
  • Gun Metal Blade Finish
  • Black G10 handle
  • Measures 8.875" in length
  • Blade length 3.875"
  • Hardness: HRC 58
  • Measures 0.625" thick at handle
  • Weighs 11 ounces (with sheath), 7.2 ounces without sheath
  • Reviews
    82 Reviews
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    99% Recommend this product (81 of 82 responses)
    By Andrew
    Monterey, California
    January 4, 2016
    This knife can take a beating
    Finally got a chance to test this knife out on a dead Acacia Longifolia tree. It took about three minutes to cut the 1.5 inches in diameter branch. Both sides of the blade with no physical damage at all but the two screws were loosen up. Perhaps some red Loctite would stop it turning.
    By Sgt
    October 6, 2017
    Durable & handy
    Great price nice knife
    ProsDurable & handy Great price nice knife
    ConsHandle is a little narrow, but easy to fix
    By Chithauta Hester
    August 10, 2017
    Solid knife for a great price
    I purchased several of these because they are solid knives that are very cost effective!
    By Rick
    Hamilton, MT
    May 25, 2017
    Great Knife
    Heavily made and very practical. For the price, you can't beat it. Have mounted it to my everyday carry bag and am having a custom kydex sheath made for it.
    ProsHeavily constructed with good balance.
    ConsComes with a usable sheath but want something thinner, thus the kydex sheath.
    By James Ridgel
    Los Angeles
    May 18, 2017
    Quality Product
    Nice addition to my weekday ECD bag. Well made and great price. Recommend to all!
    By Carl
    Torrance, CA
    May 17, 2017
    LAPG Rendition Fixed Blade Knife
    The knife was better than I expected. Solid not cheaply made.
    By Brian
    C-Bus, Ohio
    April 27, 2017
    Good solid knife
    Picked this up to test out, thinking I might buy some more to give as gifts. So far it has held up pretty good with everything I've tried.
    ProsSeems to be very well constructed. For the price you just can't go wrong.
    ConsNone so far - perhaps a better sheath would be the first thing I would look into. I'd like to see how it holds up to a summer of hiking/camping.
    By John
    April 7, 2017
    Hell of a knife for $15!
    It's a serious looking knife with a decent sheath. It can point out things I'd change but it comes back to $15!
    By Robert
    Scottsdale, AZ
    February 17, 2017
    Great Knife
    Relatively heavy duty knife is well made. Comfortable handle and well constructed sheath. Really like the size of the knife. Perfect for camping and hiking. Holds an edge well.
    By Chuck
    Washington, DC
    February 17, 2017
    Just as advertised
    Just as advertised. Seems a good quality blade so far, and the service from LAPG was fantastic as usual!
    ProsStout, and sturdy construction
    Conssheath could use MOLLE attachment straps included
    By Timothy
    Jacksonville, NC
    February 16, 2017
    Light weight, very sharp tactical fighting knife
    I had been looking for a light weight tactical knife to add to my equipment and I found it here. The knife is very sharp out the box and is a single piece full tang construction that is thick enough to hold body mass in the event of a stab and lift action. The textured handle holds up well when wet and is well constructed. I liked this blade so much I got one for each of my sons one of which is a Law Enforcement Office and one a Naval Petty Officer.
    ProsWeight Strength Sharpness Cost
    ConsThe sheath is single stitch construction and mine started to unravel after only a draw drills, easily fixed with heavy duty nylon thread and liquid stitch.
    By short pockets
    kent wa
    February 11, 2017
    great knife
    I would give it 4 stars, but the sheeth needs to be attachable to my plate carrier. Otherwise, great knife for the price.
    ProsGood knife
    ConsNeeds better sheeth
    By Tim
    Longs SC
    January 12, 2017
    Fixed Blade
    Very nice knife for the money
    By Dogtired
    Lost in the woods
    January 3, 2017
    Great Life for the Price, Could Have Been a GREAT Knife
    The blade for $15 (give or take) is a heckuva bargain. Solid construction, and, so far as I can tell, decent materials and workmanship. Solid blade geometry and the knife feels natural and comfortable in the hand. The exposed pommel at the back is perfect for a lanyard/wrist loop, breaking glass, and hammering if needed. Haven't put it through any paces yet, so I cannot speak to the heat treat, edge holding, and all the things you probably REALLY want to know about. It DID arrive shaving sharp, though I don't know how long it will last. If I remember to do it someday, I will update--especially if it fails or in any other way doesn't warrant at least 4 out of 5 stars. I am not expecting $500 performance from a $15 blade, but if it has a solid heat treat, it SHOULD provide $50-80 performance. May be asking for a lot, from a blade with G-10 scales already under $20, but if you have a good heat treat protocol in place with good QC, there's no reason this cannot perform like a knife far above its weight class. From my understanding, the Chinese Cr series is right about in line with 440 or AUS series--solid stainless that isn't a beast to get right. Besides... ...I DID do a lot of cutting yesterday with the LAPG TBFK S35V super steel folder they make--boxes and about 3.5' of heavy elastic doubled over (2" loops off of a minitrampoline) where I kept whacking the steel frame, and assorted other stuff and it worked just fine--still shaving sharp, no chips. I was worried, given the "made in China" logo, but was pleasantly surprised. Why raise this in the Rendition review? The Rendition uses a FAR, FAR easier steel to work with than the TBFK. With any powdered metallurgy super steel like S35VN (see note at the bottom), screw up the heat treat, and you may as well have used any 440A or B stainless, or maybe some nonsensical generic "surgical stainless steel," the "Velveeta" of the cutlery world. I have NO idea if the TBFK's heat treat protocols were sufficient to MAXIMIZE the steel's performance, but it did give me better performance than an AUS-8 Bladetec I carry, my Buck 110 in 440C with Bos heat treat, or any of the Kershaw Chinese steel blades made of the same stuff as the Rendition that I toss I a pocket or two (Kershaw's QC is pretty good I've found). The Rendition uses a mid-grade stainless steel developed IN China in line with 440C or AUS8, so HOPEFULLY, it's likewise got a decent heat treat, given the national origin of the blade and the job LA Police Gear seems to have done in working out the protocols IN China for the US-made powder metallurgy steel (which I ASSUME they did--it would be dangerous and a waste of money to do the heat treat HERE and then ship heat treated bar stock for their Chinese plant to grind--the second they start grinding, the heat generated would undo the heat treat's magic and give wildly unpredictable results). THAT SAID, there are a few drawbacks that keep the Rendition from earning that extra star (and I AM being harsh and picky). 1) The jimping is TOO FAR FORWARD on the blade to be of optimal use. It's only helpful if you SERIOUSLY choke up on the blade. It's not BAD jimping--I actually found it perfectly aggressive without being too sharp (something I rarely come across). Just wish it was either CLOSER to the handle, or that it extended FURTHER toward the handle (the preference). 2) The grips needed to be hit with sandpaper at the end where you grab hold in order for it to not rub, wear, or cut into your skin. Not a big deal, but annoying to have to finish the knife when every other detail was great. 3) The sheath just sucks. Can't get around it. A Kydex sheath WOULDN'T be too pricey (just MAKE SURE the rivets are spaced for a TekLok). Just a simple sheath and leave as is or add a simple kydex loop--let the end user decide how to carry (lash with Paracord, buy a $10-12 TekLok, ranger band, etc.). As is, while SERVICEABLE, it gives the feeling it will fall apart with any prolonged carry or constant opening and closing the snap. Not a problem for me since in will live in a "get home bag"/backup, backup hunting blade in the car. I KNOW corners had to be cut SOMEWHERE, but there ARE better options for the price or maybe a dollar or two extra--that would be a dollar or two well spent. As an aside, check out the LAPG TBFK folder if you get the chance. CPM S35VN--one of THE finest blade steels available on the market, made by Crucible Metallurgy. The P="powder" for the specialized process Crucible pioneered used to creates uniform microscopic carbides that aid in making the steel do everything you want a blade steel to do (most major metallurgy companies now make a line of powdered steels to try and compete). "S" IS for "stainless;" "V" IS for "vanadium" and "N" is for "niobium," which apparently makes it a heck of a lot easier to sharpen than the granddaddy of powdered metals, S30V--still regarded as one of the finest knife steels ever invented. LAPG, IF YOU ARE READING THIS, PLEASE MAKE A LINE OF S35VN TACTICAL AND HUNTING BLADES!!! GIVE US A 2" NECK KNIFE, 3" KARAMBIT, 4" DROP POINT, TANTO, CLIP POINT, AND SWAYBACK, MAKE 5" AND 6" DROP AND CLIP POINTS, AND ROUND IT OUT WITH A WELL-TREATED S-7 TOOL STEEL 9-12" BLADE!!! PERFECT THE CRYOGENIC HEAT TREAT PROTOCOLS AND BRING THEM TO MARKET AT $15 FOR THE NECK, $30-$60 WITH A KYDEX SHEATH FOR THE OTHERS, AND MAYBE $80-90 FOR THE BIG ONE AND YOU WILL CORNER THE MARKET ON ALL TACTICAL AND HUNTING KNIVES :)
    By Jango
    Sierra Vista, AZ
    December 30, 2016
    Fixed blade knife
    For the money you can't beat this knife...good overall construction and sheath.
    16 Questions & 41 Answers
    Mitchell Martin
    from Texas asked:
    July 16, 2015
    What kind of steel is it?
    2 Answers
    The Steel is 8Cr14MoV Steel <= We will have that posted in the description by the end of the day.
    Customer Service
    on July 17, 2015
    it's the chinese steel attempt at making AUS-8.. from what others say about this particular steel, it's got about 80% of the edge holding ability. for the price? yeah decent.. for more money? get a better knife.
    on July 30, 2015
    from Baltimore Md

    from Sterling, VA asked:
    August 8, 2017
    Any chance we'll see this back on the shelves? It really is one of the better designed blades LAPG came up with--not PERFECT for most applications, but more than adequate for ALL applications I might need it for. Solid tip for stabbing or drilling, good belly and edge for slicing, and a good front end for finer work than might normally be feasible with a blade this size. The ramp on the front of the tanto tip would also be useful for gutting deer without piercing the paunch. Having this with G-10 handles makes it all the better value. Makes a great addition to an emergency kit or bug out bag. Would love to have one for the emergency kits of each vehicle.
    1 Answers
    We appreciate your feedback, unfortunately based on what I can find we will not be carrying this item forward.
    Customer Service
    on August 11, 2017

    from Knoxville, Tn asked:
    January 29, 2017
    Has anyone found a Kydex sheath that works for this knife. I love the knife but I find the sheath a little cheap feeling.
    1 Answers
    I have not found one, going to have one made at the local gun show.
    on January 31, 2017
    from south lyon, MI

    Lance Uppercut
    from Minneapolis asked:
    July 16, 2016
    Can this sheath be modified for left-hand carry?
    6 Answers
    Yes, it works fine for left or right hand carry.
    on July 18, 2016
    from Deville, LA
    The sheath of the Rendition knife is absolutely symmetrical and the retaining strap will allow the knife to be carried with the grip of the knife facing either direction so the knife can be carried on the left side or right side without needing modification.
    on July 18, 2016
    from houston, TX
    The sheath is ambidextrous. You can just turn the knife around in the sheath for left hand carry.
    on July 18, 2016
    from Oklahoma
    sheath is ambi, and knife can flip either way...there is no thumb release
    on July 18, 2016
    from hackettstown, NJ
    Yes. I own both the Rendition and the Operator fixed blade knives. Both are able to be inserted into their sheaths for left handed carry.
    on July 19, 2016
    from SUSSEX, WI
    Yes, the sheath can be carried on either side and the knife will fit snugly into the sheath in either direction.
    on July 20, 2016
    from Walworth, NY

    Brandon Webb, SEAL
    from Classified asked:
    March 5, 2016
    I am an extremely high speed operator, and I'm going on a Tier 1 Delta Force AFO DEVGRU mission next Thursday. But enough about me. Is this knife capable of piercing a soviet helmet? I do TONS of helmet stabs and I need a knife that can keep up. Also, will a small container of Imodium-D fit in the front sheath pocket? Sometimes I get gastrointestinal issues on my ops.
    8 Answers
    Yes, it will fit your Imodium. It may take some room from the very small nuclear generator neatly concealed in the grip. You might have to pick one. There is also a small ferret trap, but it should fit right next to that. Good luck on your mission.
    on March 18, 2016
    from Huntley, IL
    Sounds like you need a reality check and a change in your diet
    on March 18, 2016
    from Pinckney, MI
    I'll answer the second part of your question first. You could barely fit a book of matches in the front pocket of the sheath, unless you remove the knife. Secondly, I'm not familiar with the construction of a soviet helmet, but the blade on this knife is, in my opinion, is too thin for piercing work, especially in steel or kevlar. You might be better off with a Cold Steel Fixed Blade knife (there are many youtube videos car hood piercings and the like and there are also many models, some similar to this type of blade). While this is a great knife for the price, I would not trust it with my life. There is very little to no jimping on the back of the blade, making it hard to maintain an adequate grip on the handle, especially when thrusting or jabbing with it. LAPolice have a larger knife that they make, with a thicker blade, no jimping and about the same size pocket on the sheath....I would use it as a spear point, since it has a paracord handle and is one solid piece of steel. This may better suit your needs, but you would need to do some field work with either blade. Keep in mind that all of the LAPG blades are made in china, as well. Hope this helped.
    on March 18, 2016
    from Millville, NJ
    Totally capable of helmet stabbing shit explosions
    on March 18, 2016
    from Your moms
    Unlikely. I would probably take a DPX gear knife or a railroad spike.
    on March 18, 2016
    from Republic, MO
    See for yourself.
    on March 18, 2016
    from Orem, UT
    It's more than enough knife for helmet piercing. The only question is are you Tier 1 enough to get full penetration...
    on March 18, 2016
    from Overland Park, KS
    This person is obviously a fake. Everyone knows that Tier 1 Delta Force AFO DEVGRU operators never conduct ops on Thursdays. As for helmet stabs, when Spetsnaz do wear them, the FORT Kiver RSP helmet is vulnerable to stabs from directly above, which is perfect for either Ninja or fast-rope insertions from overhead (helo must be operating in Stealth Mode.) My LAPG Rendition knife has only failed me once in such helmet-stab scenarios but that was because I was holding the wrong end of the knife (operator error.; it happens.) Highly recommended.
    SEAL Team One Million
    on April 28, 2016
    from Coronado, CA

    from Washington, DC asked:
    February 27, 2016
    How is this knife sheath molle compatible?
    2 Answers
    Along the back are molle loops as well so you can attach it to a vest with either tacties, malice clips or speed clips.
    Customer Service
    on March 3, 2016
    Along the back are molle loops as well so you can attach it to a vest with either tacties, malice clips or speed clips.
    Customer Service
    on March 3, 2016

    Byron Horn
    from Green Valley,AZ asked:
    February 21, 2016
    Do you have any generic sheaths I can consider for this knife?
    6 Answers
    We don't sell any specifically for it but we will see what our customers' experience with it is.
    Customer Service
    on February 22, 2016
    No but the one it comes with is very well made and has an extra pocket so a second knife.
    on February 22, 2016
    from Pompton Lakes, NJ
    This is an ok sheath but would be a lot better if it had a molded plastic sheath, this Nylon one can be a bit scary if your jumping on the ground with it!!
    on February 22, 2016
    from Rathdrum, ID
    IM still using the sheath that came with the knife.
    on February 22, 2016
    from CA
    Have you considered making a Kytex? Several good videos out there o n you-tube.
    on February 22, 2016
    from Conroe, TX
    I made my own kydex sheath for this knife because the one that camewith it was not that great. I didn't check the site for any other sheaths.
    on February 23, 2016
    from Norwalk, OH

    from Dallas, Texas asked:
    February 21, 2016
    Good Day. Is this blade sharpened on all three edges (lower, fore-edge, and top), or just the lower and fore-edge with a "'false edge" on top to the filework (I would hesitate to call it jimping or serrations)?
    6 Answers
    Just the lower and fore edges. The top is a false edge.
    Brett McDuffie
    on March 9, 2016
    from Arkansas
    I love this knife, I bought THREE... it's sharp only on the bottom edge completely on the Tonto knife style. The top edge has a mild edge to it, and serrations on the top are there but are not sharp to cut or tear anything. I hope that helps!
    on March 9, 2016
    from Temecula, CA
    Just the lower and front. The top has a dull serrated area. Pretty nice knife for the price
    on March 9, 2016
    from Republic, MO
    It is a tanto style blade sharpened on the lower two bevels or edges with a flat upper spine
    on March 9, 2016
    from Pinckney, MI
    This knife does not have a serrated blade. Sharp edges are lower and fore-edge.
    on March 9, 2016
    from Riverside, CA
    Blade is sharpened on bottom and front edges only. Top "edge" is a slow taper from handle to blade tip, is NOT sharpened, and I would call the notches "jimping" more than anything else. Definitely not what I would call "serrations".... nothing about the top area of the knife is a cutting surface.
    on March 9, 2016
    from Orlando, FL

    from Columbus, Ohio asked:
    November 14, 2015
    Most of the issues people have with this knife seem to be with the sheath. Are there any plans to make any other sheaths? Possibly kydex?
    1 Answers
    At this time we don't have plans on coming out with a Kydex sheath.
    Customer Service
    on November 18, 2015

    David Weller
    from Phoenix, Arizona asked:
    August 12, 2015
    What is the purpose of the two threaded holes in the handle?
    1 Answers
    Some people like to use paracord to add additional grip, and to add additional survivalist capabililty with the many uses that paracord offers. You would basically use those holes to thread the paracord through and tie it off.
    Customer Service
    on August 13, 2015

    Chris Johnson
    from . asked:
    July 28, 2015
    I was wondering if the sheath for the la police gear rendition fixed blade knife is for a belt or molle vest? thx
    1 Answers
    It's actually built to where you can use it for a belt or Molle. There is a belt loop at the top of the sheath that will accommodate 2.75" belts and along the back are molle loops as well so you can attach it to a vest with either tacties, malice clips or speed clips. I've asked our photographer to take pictures of it to update the site, so we should have that posted shortly to show the back of the sheath.
    Customer Service
    on July 29, 2015

    from IL asked:
    July 24, 2015
    It looks like there is a pouch on the sheath. Is this meant for a specific fire starting tool or sharpener?
    1 Answers
    It wasn't made for anything specific. It is indeed a small pouch though and whatever you decide to put in there will have to be thin because sticking my finger in there, it doesn't feel like there is much room with the knife in place. I tested a few of our newer items to see what would fit. <= this pocket knife is thin enough to fit inside that pouch. <= This LP1 flashlight will fit in there as well.
    Customer Service
    on July 24, 2015

    from Atlanta, GA asked:
    July 24, 2015
    How thick is the spine of the blade? This is probably just as important as how thick the handle is.
    1 Answers
    The spine of the blade is about 0.125" thick by my measurement, and the handle itself is about 0.625"
    Customer Service
    on July 24, 2015

    from Tulsa asked:
    July 24, 2015
    Is there a hard case sheath that you can buy for it?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately, at this time we do not have a hard case sheath for these blades. We do have a few different generic sheaths on our site that we can test for you if you would like. Just be sure to submit another Q&A for the blade that you would like a sheath tested with and we can most definitely do that for you as long as it is in stock for us to test it.
    Customer Service
    on July 24, 2015

    from Pennsylvania asked:
    July 24, 2015
    How hard is the blade? (Rockwell number, please)
    2 Answers
    We do not have the Rockwell number at this time. I have submitted a request to see if we can obtain that either from the factory, or to see if that's something we can send away for, but at this time we do not have it. My apologies!
    Customer Service
    on July 24, 2015
    Brandon Webb
    on March 5, 2016
    from Blumpkin, NY

    from NJ asked:
    July 16, 2015
    Where is this blade made?
    1 Answers
    Customer Service
    on July 16, 2015

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