Bud Nealy Cave Bear 11

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Bud Nealy Cave Bear 11

Bud Nealy Cave Bear 11

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Category: Fixed Blade
Blade Length: - 4 1/4"
Overall Length: - 8 1/2"
Steel Type: S30V
Guard: Thum Ramp Serrated for grip
Scales: Micarta (black)
Engraving/Scrimshaw: NA
Sheath: . MCS 11 system (close concealment) kydex
Pre-owned: New
Condition: Mint

Motivated by world events shaped by terrorism and war, I designed the Cave Bear, Cave Bear II (double-edged version) and Cave Cub (smaller version of the Bear) – a bow to the reality of unconventional warfare fought in caves and deserts. These knives are powered-up adaptations of my spear point Kinzhal, featuring a thumb ramp, deeper forefinger groove and butt hook. Unlike my other production models (geared principally for concealment), these robust knives are larger in the hand, designed to provide maximum protection in any difficult situation.

What the maker says:
The MCS II consists of a Dual-Lock™-covered sheath, extra pieces of Dual-Lock™ and four attachments which provide a variety of carry positions. The breast pocket flap is designed to fill the breast pocket of a suit, sport jacket or windbreaker. The “barbed” belt clip is for inside the pants, belt, boot or armhole of a vest and is particularly effective when worn with sweat pants, running shorts, etc. A 30 lb. test ball chain is for a neck carry and a small, Dual-Lock™-covered kydex tab facilitates a horizontal, small-of-the-back carry. An optional leg strap provides an inverted carry, outside the boot.

The original System pretty much limited the user to five handle-down positions and four on-the-belt positions. The beauty of the MCS II is that the versatility of the Dual-Lock™, in combination with the belt clip, allow for many more positions – you simply angle the clip to whatever position works best for you.

The two pieces of Dual-Lock™ included with the MCS II System facilitate off-body applications on any flat surface including the dashboard or sun visor of your car, backpack frame, parachute harness, body armor, motorcycle, kayak/canoe, etc.

To sum up, the MCS II offers many new possibilities in on-the-body concealed carry and an added bonus is the variety of off-body positions and the comfort of knowing your knife is close-by. With the use of your imagination, there’s no limit to your personal security.

Some of the carry positions are the direct result of suggestions/feedback from undercover police and other law enforcement personnel. As a result, many of my sheath systems are used as back-up weapons or “final options” by undercover police, SWAT teams, FBI agents, etc.

Undercover law enforcement officials have told me the slim, lightweight sheath system has undergone pat-downs undetected. I’ve received letters from grateful undercover policemen stating that in difficult situations, the MCS System came through for them and saved their lives. A few years ago, an undercover agent in Norway was carrying one of my 5-inch Kinzhals in the breast pocket of his jacket and actually used the knife to cut his way out of the roof of a Toyota van when it ran off a bridge into an icy river during a chase. Fortunately, the majority of my customers have not had to use their knives in such extreme situations. But they say they feel secure wherever they go because the System adapts to so many lifestyles – business suit at the office, leather jacket/windbreaker at a sporting event, in a boot or armhole of a down vest in the woods, etc.

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