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TDP-2 Tactical Defense Pen (Gray):

This pen was designed with the military and law enforcement communities in mind. One end is pointed, which could be used   as a very effective
defense tool while the other end is blunt and could be used as a control device. For more information and photos, click here.

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New Sig 226 G10 Pistol Grips from MIL-TAC Knives and Tools
MIL-TAC Knives and Tools is proud to announce the long awaited arrival of Sig 226 G10 pistol grips to our lineup. They now available for order and come in Black and Urban Camo (Black and Gray). To see photos and view ordering information, click here.

NEW "Code Zero" Grips for the 1911
CODE ZERO 1911 GRIPS   "Code Zero" 1911 grips were designed by noted firearm and knife writer, Pat Cascio, in collaboration with MIL-TAC Knives and Tools ( After more than a year in the making, and after several design changes, MIL-TAC is pleased to announce several design patterns in the "Code Zero" 1911 line-up.   When your life is on the line, when there’s no room for mistakes, you want a grip on your handgun that won't fail you under any conditions. "Code Zero" 1911 grips are what you want on your handgun. "Code Zero" 1911 grips are designed to allow the meat of the hand and fingers, to sink into the deeply inletted "Z" pattern on the grip panels for a sure grip. You never know what the weather conditions might be, and you don’t want your handgun slipping out of your hand when you need it in a life or death situation. Enter the "Code Zero" 1911 grips.   Pat Cascio has taken his more than 35-years as a martial artist, firearms trainer, firearms writer and knife designer, and developed the "Code Zero" 1911 grips. Manufactured on state-of-the-art CNC machines, and made out of nearly indestructible G-10 laminate, these are the grip panels you want on your 1911 when the chips are down.   Available in several different colors – retail $69.00 – available now! "Code Zero" 1911 grips – when failure is not an option!

NEW Product - MIL-TAC Urban Survival Pack
MIL-TAC Knives and Tools is proud to announce the new MIL-TAC Urban Survival Pack. This pack contains a knife, tactical defense pen, and a flashlight all in a convenient canvas utility pack. To see more information and place orders, click here.

MIL-TAC and the Les Baer/Emerson CQC-45 Project

To see what was said about MIL-TAC grips in regards to the Les Baer/Emerson CQC-45 Project, click here.

BFE Labs Reviews the MIL-TAC CS-1 Knife

To read the review on the MIL-TAC Knives and Tools CS-1 Knife by BFE Labs, click here.

MIL-TAC Miller Marine Model (M3) Knife Review

Borelli Consulting reviews the MIL-TAC Miller Marine Model (M3) Knife. To read the review, click here.

MIL-TAC CS-1 Combat and Survival Knife Review

Ian Wendt takes an in-depth look at the MIL-TAC CS-1 Combat and Survival Knife in his blog. To read the review, click here.

Blade Magazine Article on MIL-TAC Knives and Tools

Author Dave Rhea of Blade Magazine wrote an excellent and very informative article on MIL-TAC Knives and Tools. To read the article, click here.






2011 Blade Show & International Cutlery Fair
Cobb Galleria and Renaissance Waverly Hotel - Atlanta, GA
June 10th - 12th, 2011


Come and see us at the 2011 Blade Show & International Cutlery Fair. This year it will be held at the Cobb Galleria and Renaissance Waverly Hotel. For more information along with other upcoming MIL-TAC Events, click here.