The Ontario Steel Camp Knife is designed to fit in the outer pouch of the Hawk Series black nylon sheath. The Ontario Camp knife features a 420 HC Stainless Blade, a 3.25" Spear Blade, can opener, punch, screwdriver, and a cap lifter. Steel knife made of 1075 carbon steel.
Overall the Camp knife is 3.625" in overall length when closed. The stainless handle of the Camp knife features a lanyard shackle and is embossed with U.S.
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Posted by Unknown on 24th Jan 2015
This replaced my original issued camo knife and iy is juat as dependable!!
Thank you Ontario Knife.
Posted by Dean on 20th Jan 2015
Most veterans will fondly remember this loyal jack of all trades. Don't settle for a made in china knockoff, you'll regret it.
Posted by Steve on 20th Feb 2014
I have a Camillus I was issued in 1988 and this Ontario matches it in quality. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars was the can opener was extremely stiff to open. After numerous openings and closings it's much better now. It was made in 2011, so I don't know if a newer one would have the same issue, or if it was just this knife. I love the fact it was made in the USA and would definitely purchase another one. I have a Marble version that was made in China, and it can't hold a candle to the Ontario.
Posted by Dave (11B) on 25th Sep 2013
Rugged little piece of real steel. For me I think of my Dad and Grand Dad opining a can of old school K rats in some miserable mud hole. Probly doesn't accessories well with a Armoni suit. It rides nice and flat in my pocket and reminds me of the men that have fought for us.
Posted by usnret on 12th Sep 2013
Just like the one the Government gave me in the 60's, figure this one will last another 50 years.
Posted by Fourmoremarine on 14th Jul 2011
Mine is a 1967 issue produced by another company and it broke Ontario was great in that they repaired my service knife for me for free even tho they didn't make it Recieved mine in Viet-nam and it's had plenty of use...retired now in my display case looking like new.
Thanks again Ontario for the repair.
Posted by TwinStick on 15th Dec 2010
Mine is dated 1982 & I have carried it since then. Awsome knife. A friend has his dads, dated 1966. They will shave hair. Mine was free, courtesy of the US Army. Only thing that would make it better is if all were locking blades.