P-SARK

Specs

Blade Length: 3.5 in. Handle: G-10
Overall Length: 8.2 in. Lock: Titanium
Thickness: .125 in. Blade: 154CM
Hardness: 57-59RC Grind: Razor Sharp Chisel Grind
Weight: 4.1 oz.
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P-SARK

Specs

Blade Length: 3.5 in. Handle: G-10
Overall Length: 8.2 in. Lock: Titanium
Thickness: .125 in. Blade: 154CM
Hardness: 57-59RC Grind: Razor Sharp Chisel Grind
Weight: 4.1 oz.

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P-SARK

Police Search and Rescue Knife

The Emerson P-SARK is just one of our Search and Rescue Knife variations which we offer.

Then the U.S. Navy needed a rescue knife they came directly to us. The SARK knife was designed specifically for emergency use situations where safety and effectiveness are equally important. This is an official issue rescue knife to the elite U.S. Navy Rescue Teams. It was designed according to their parameters, field tested in actual emergency conditions, and chosen just as you see it here.

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6 reviews for P-SARK

  1. Jerry Jensen

    Great on duty and EDC. Love it

  2. Hein Garbers

    The PSARK is definitely fir for more purposes that just emergency / rescue use… and the humble civilian will benefit as much from using it as the LOE. The recurve blade ends in a wicked tip and it will definitely be highly effective in a defensive situation. It makes for a super versatile EDC, especially when you have the required tools to touch up a recurve blade – I use the JewelStick by KME.
    I find it particularly useful for utility work – rope cutting, wire stripping, cable-ties, bags & boxes, canvas splitting, pruning, etc.
    Literally the only thing it doesn’t do well, is cut against a flat surface, like food prep (for obvious reasons). An excellent knife which should get serious consideration as defensive EDC and/or yard-work multitasker

  3. Alexander Tiedemann

    A wonderful knife and for its intended purpose a tool that's close to pure perfection.
    The most amazing feature to me is found when it comes to the grip-options.
    No matter if you grab the P-SARK in any “normal” way with the blade sticking out front, edge downward, for usual cutting purposes or, reverse for “karambit-like” applications and even if you grip it with the edge facing upwards in an emergency where you intend to cut seatbelts, this knife feels like it was molded to your hands.
    Definitly one of the most versatile tools one can own.

  4. charles m kopenhafer

    I had a p-sark black plain & was very pleased with it . I really like this blade design , but over the long term I had problems with getting the wave to engage reliably, seems to me the curve on the top of the blade pushes the pants material away from the hook. I practiced the draw , still had the problem & decided to go to the saex to mitigate the failures to open with the wave. might just be me .

  5. JD

    I've been carrying this knife for 17 years ('01 stamp) on my weak hand pocket. Only a few minor issues with mine: it needed a little locktite on main screw to keep tip from contacting the liner on close. I'm mixed on the black blade I bought. On one hand I don't like seeing stratchs and chips on the finish, but on the other I know it is a well-used knife and not an ‘accessory'.

    With regular sharpening (hawkbill was initially a challenge for me) this knife doesn't know when to quit. I'm also impressed with the clip: 17yrs of carry in jeans pocket and the onlything that has failed is the jeans. The spring is as strong as the day I took the knife out of the box. I never fear the knife coming out of my pocket unless I want to — something I cannot say for any of my other knives.

  6. SW

    This knife is one of the best pieces of equipment I have ever used.

    Its design is an equitable balance between the combative tip-forward design of a karambit and the straight utilitarian edge of a wharncliff. The blade is by no means delicate, and the chisel edge makes sharpening a breeze. The grip allows a saber-type positive grip that places the thumb and bones of the forearm in line with the blade for maximum cutting strength. Finally, the ability to automatically open the knife on drawing enables the user to place the knife in the weak hand pocket for a smoother transition between weapon systems (if you're blessed to be a lefty).

    I have carried this knife on two continents – one a heavily denied environment and one a war zone. This knife has never, ever, failed to perform.

    I do not own many knives. I have tested many, and I own one. The one that works, the one that fits the mission, and the one I would trust my life with.

    This is a great knife. Period.

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