When size matters and more is simply MORE we submit to you the Harbinger REX. BIG and intimidating yet proportional, well balanced and highly functional. The Harbinger REX is built from Crucible CPM S-30V, Deep-cryo treated and hardened to 57-58 Rockwell. Both the Harbinger and Harbinger REX are being filed tested in the jungles of Belize now by a British military team.
When size matters and you need MORE of a good thing… We submit to you the Harbinger REX. A smartly scaled up version of our flagship Harbinger model the REX adds only 4 oz just where you need it. Looks BIG and intimidating yet proportional, well balanced and highly functional. The Harbinger REX is built from Crucible CPM S-30V, Deep-cryo treated and hardened to 57-58 Rockwell. Both the Harbinger and Harbinger REX are being field tested in the jungles of Belize now by a British military team.
As with all Atlas Dynamic Defense knives our Patent Pending ATLAS Hardware makes each models scales (handles) user serviceable and removable without the use of specialized tooling. To remove, change the scales or 550 wrap the handle the user can simply use a coin, rifle/pistol cartridge or other flat object to spin the exterior hardware. It simple, quick and can be done in the field. Each knife can be lashed to a pole or made into a spear easily in extreme survival situations.
FOR A LIMITED TIME Includes a custom US made Kydex sheath valued at $70.
A purposefully overbuilt, LARGE Combat and Field fixed blade built from CPM S30V steel. Made In the USA
Make: Harbinger REX
Style: Fixed – Combat
Steel: CPM S30v Steel
Rockwell Hardness: 57-58 HRC
Overall Length: 11.80″
Blade Length: 6.0″
Blade Thickness: 0.20″
Overall Thickness 0.95″
Weight: 426.31 g / 15.04 oz
Scales: G-10 (Black or OD Green)
Warranty: LIFETIME WARRANTY against material defects.
Built to the most demanding standards, the HARBINGER REX is part of Atlas Dynamic Defense’s 2016 debut to the tactical knife community. This knife has been extensively field tested in the rugged environment of the Southern Appalachians and is currently being tested in the jungles of Central America.