Randall’s Adventure and Training (RAT) is a professional survival training team. They have been designing field knives intended for military and law enforcement since 1997. These special ops knives are some of the best and most popular survival knives around. RAT has led numerous expeditions and survival training courses in the Amazon jungles and across the United States.
RAT Superior Bushcraft Survival Knives
Furthermore, they are produced through Ontario Knife Company of NY state. Nearly all of the RAT knives are made in the USA and offer a limited lifetime warranty.
Years of experience in survival has consequently given Randall’s Adventure and Training (RAT) the skill necessary to design quality, hard use survival knives.
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