Extrema Ratio presents the new Misericordia tactical knife: named after the medieval sidearm used to dispatch fallen enemies, it’s a sleek, compact, effective knife meant for tactical use
The Extrema Ratio Misericordia is a fixed blade tactical knife designed for backup carry, or when the main knife has to be extremely light and compact.
The blade of the new Extrema Ratio Misericordia is milled out of Böhler N690 steel, hardened at 58 HRC, is 118 mm/4.64” long and 4mm/0,16” thick and plain edged.
The blade has a spear point profile with full length fuller that makes the knife even lighter, with a ¾ length false edge. The blade is available with the classic Extrema Ratio MIL-C-13924 black finish.
The knife’s polymer grip offers the trademark Extrema Ratio scallops near the front for better grip and is secured to the tang through a screw. On the butt side, the handle flows smoothly into a ring, integrated by a small skull crusher: the ring allows the use of martial art techniques in gripping the knife and secures it well in the hand of the user. The knife weight is just 87g/3.1oz.
Being a knife designed and intended for professional use, high relevance has been assigned to ease of carry, access and extraction in case of need. The knife is secured to the sheath by a fast release safety that can be easily reversed for left hand use.
The high impact nylon sheath is versatile: an adjustable double clamp system enables the user to fit it to various types of belts. A cone shaped inlet eases the knife’s sheathing, while pressing on the trigger-like safety lever allows for a fast, instinctive knife extraction.