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UPK-D4T Eclipse Talon Traditional AL with 1913 Rail Mount BUNDLE

$209.95 $260.00

BUNDLE Package

This UPK-D4T Eclipse Talon has a Hardened Stainless Razor Tip on a Type III Hardcoat 7075-T6 Aluminum Blade and Traditional Handle and comes with a 1913 Rail Mount

A minimal guard version of the Pocket Sai. The guards have been reduced to a minimum amount necessary for blade retraction.

  • Bayonet Defensive Implement
  • The Eclipse Offers Self-sheathing making it a retractable Bayonet
  • Retractable Blade automatically Locks at either position (open/closed)
  • Sharpened 1 inch double-edged (A knife having dual effective cutting edges)

What’s included?

x1 UPK-D4T Eclipse Talon Traditional AL 

x1 1913 Rail Mount

Material Specifications:

  • Blade TIP from 440C Stainless Steel
    • Hardened to HRC: 59
    • approx. 350+ ksi Tensile Strength
  • Blade Milled from 7075-T6 Aluminum
    • Hardcoat Type III Anodized
    • 74 ksi Tensile Strength
  • Traditional Handle Milled from 7075-T6 Aluminum
    • Hardcoat Type III Anodized
    • 74 ksi Tensile Strength
  • 1913 Rail Mount from 7075-T6 Aluminum
    • Hardcoat Type III Anodized
    • 74 ksi Tensile Strength
  • Custom Button made in Aluminum
    • 7075-T6 Aluminum with Black, Crimson, or Gold Hardcoat Type III Anodize
  • Custom Screws made in 450 Stainless steel
    • Heat Treated by Age Hardening to the H900 condition HRC 45
  • 301 Stainless Steel Springs
    • Cold work Hardened to a Spring Temper

Dimensions

  • Extended length: 11.7 inches (297 mm)
  • Collapsed length: 7.3 inches (186 mm)
  • Weight: 3.8 oz

Important Read:

7075-T6 Tempered Aluminum is a lightweight aluminum with steel like strength, one of the strongest Aluminum alloys available with a tensile strength as high as 74 ksi.  The Hardcoat Type III Anodize provides a resilient protective surface.

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Jake Martinez
Ingenuity at it’s finest

I served 12 years in the infantry and only saw the bayonets in the arms room, never got issued nor trained with. It’s a lost art. To see the reinvention of the bayonet this way is fucking awesome. I have it mounted on a SBR and I’ve spoken with the owner about fashioning a quick attach/detach somehow that will make it just a bit more modular. For what it is though I think it is an awesome idea and can’t wait to put it through some testing to see how it holds up and what it’s capable of.