By Lars Dalseide | June 25 2012 10:43

the NRA M1911 Folding Knife Fairfax, Virginia - In the spirit of Reese's 1980's "You got chocolate in my peanut butter" advertising campaign, NRAblog's Membership Monday (courtesy of takes two great things and puts them together ... a 1911 and a stainless steel folding knife.

From the 1911 we have the grips. What arrives in the package are regular rosewood grips. But it doesn't stop there. They creators of this fabrication used standard 1911 sized grips and screws. That means you can switch them in and out with any 1911 grips you have sitting around the house. I don't know about you, but that sounds pretty cool to me. Next we have the blade.

This is a heavy duty knife. With a thickness of .154”, it locks securely into place with the patented Hammerhead Lock™ system. The blade itself is 3 1/2" long and is available in either a black titanium nitride coating or a lustrous satin finish.

Then they go with serialization. Edged in the base of each knife is an individually serialized number based on the “NRA 0001" formula. And let's not forget about their limited lifetime warranty.

Here are some of the other spec:

  • NRA Tactical Logo on the blade
  • Blade hardness: HRC 58-59
  • Overall length: 8.2” / 209mm
  • Net weight: 7.6 oz. / 218g
  • Sheath: Black nylon webbing
  • Pocket clip: Ambidextrous, included

The NRA M1911 Folding Knife, a premium gift, is available to you for $109.95 (tax and shipping not included.) Truly two great things that go great together.


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