Colonel Blade PRO - Black

MSRP: $220.00
Your Price: $149.95
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All Colonel Blade purchases come with a FREE TRAINER!!! (while supplies last)

Guns Have Evolved A Lot Over Time. So Why Haven't Blades

Blade work is arguably the most difficult discipline to master: tough subject to tackle or change.

ColonelBlades, is focused on creating more advanced blades on which serious practitioners can build better blade skills. The design is patented*. The goal is simple: make blades that can be learned quickly and used everyday.

Are you Military and looking for the blade that will be your 3rd weapons system Are you L/E and need a blade you can confidently utilize in CQB Are you just someone looking for a knife that doesn't require months of training.

Consider this your new blade. Your EDC blade. Your distinct AdvantEdge.

No drill forms to remember. No new stances or grips to learn. Nothing changes--except your ability-level and confidence in blade work.

The Colonel (orignal) - BLACK

Single-edged 2.75 inch blade in N690Co steel for great edge retention, 3.5" handle. Contoured handle promotes consistent tip-to-target contact. G10 panels, and jimping at spine and hilt increase grip adhesion. The black finish is achieved with a process called Liquid Nitrocarburizing.

Belt clips are made by GCode. Manufactured of the highest-quality 100-series Kydex, each sheath is expertly formed. Outer edges are trimmed and buffed to a comfortable finish to minimize hot spots. Clip incorporates negative-angle design to force the sheath closer to the body. This improves the conceal-ability of the knife without increasing bulk. In addition, the sheaths' multi grommet/slot pattern make it easy to customize your method of attachment.

Meet the designer/trainer: Four men, one idea. promote better blades and blade skills to serious practitioners.

Al Salvitti

An independent contractor by trade Salvitti is the plumber behind The Plumber Slap. He is also the trainer who has studied, innovated, and taught in the field of hand-to-hand real-world combatives for 40 years. His background includes TaeKwonDo, Akido, and boxing; Seven Star Praying Mantis Kung Fu, Arnis Filipino stick fighting. He is a Sayoc Kali instructor. Combining all these with years of real-world combatives experience, Salvitti developed an open-hand power strike combatives program and has instructed it to Ranger and S.W.A.T. teams, as well Special Forces, Secret Service, and Tier One Operators.

The Colonel is the outcome of Salvitti s 40-year focus on advancing simple and effective tactics, techniques, and tools in the study of combatives that can be used by the highly-trained and the novice practitioner.

Nico Salvitti

Nico has been training in martial arts since he could walk. He has trained in TaeKwonDo, Brazilian Jujitzu, Kali, Muay Thy, and boxing. He is a practitioner and instructor in Sayoc Kali. Nico has instructed open-hand power strike combatives to Tier One Operators, Rangers, and Special Forces teams, and law enforcement groups with his father for seven years.

Tom Spooner, NorthernRed

Tom has dedicated his adult life to serving our country. His military career began in the 82nd Airborne where he served his first deployment as a private in Operation Desert Storm.

His career lead him to 7th Special Forces Group as a Green Beret with deployments to Central and South America and culminated with 10 years at 1st SFOD-D.

As an Operator, Tom spent 40 months in combat, conducting over 1300 direct action missions. Tom s experience-base includes Hostage Rescue, Kill/Capture and Helo based vehicle interdictions. He served as both an Assault Team leader and Sniper Team Leader in combat. Tom s extensive experience in executing missions that were often opposed by the enemies' most hardened fighters created his passion for teaching the application of marksmanship and tactics in real world scenarios.

J.D. Potynsky, NorthernRed

JD is a former green Beret from the US Army's 3rd Special Forces Group. He is a decorated veteran

with multiple combat deployments to both Iraq and Afghanistan. His experience includes planning, advising, and leading unilateral and joint force assaults, combat patrols, and reconnaissance missions, as well as training the United States and indigenous forces in small unit tactics, combat skills, and foreign and domestic weapon systems. After leaving the Army he deployed again to Iraq as the Country Manager for private a security company.

J.D. recently teamed with Tom Spooner in their latest venture, NorthernRed, bringing relevant combat proven tactics and training to military, law enforcement, and responsible citizens. Their focus is opposition-based training, real world application of marksmanship and tactics, and American Warrior Class Training and Security.

*Patent US D713,923S

***This product contains chemicals/materials known to the State of California to cause cancer and other reproductive harm. To learn more, visit***

7 Reviews

  • 5
    Everything I've been looking for

    in a fixed blade. Get the trainer as well? Here, take my money.

  • 5
    Quality, quality, quality

    Amazing product! American made, too, so that's a plus. While I was hesitant about the price at first, I'm happy I bought this. It's an amazing investment in safety. It even comes with a "practice blade" without the blade part - which I didn't expect! I'm overjoyed with my purchase! Also, before purchasing, I emailed the customer service desk with a few questions and that experience was great, too!

  • 5

    I like this knife, I'm using it on my duty belt attached on my left side handle forward behind my mags. Intended use is to defend against a gun grab. I believe this knife fits the bill. Top notch product!!!!

  • 5
    Self defense made simple

    Awesome blade,fits great in the hand. A must have for self defense.

  • 3
    Well made and potentially useful

    The knife is solidly constructed and sits tight against the body when carried. A decent "get off me" knife for some with pommel striking abilities in a hammer fist. I found the biomechanics of using the knife awkward and not ideally suited to me. Another issue I have is that the knife is handle-heavy with a small blade and, while holstered in the belt, had a tendency to fall out of the sheath. Without shoes on, it's a disaster. Not for me.

  • 5
    Colonel blade

    Absolutely what I expected. BCM has there name on it you know it's got to be good. I would have gotten the low-vis version, which the trainer is. I have medium size hands and the low vis version would have still gave me a full purchase on the knife, where the larger size extends 1/2-3/4" past my hand. But still very pleased with the knife... I just now have to get the other size, which doesn't bother me!

  • 5
    Great Blade

    Works well in my duty rig, right behind my mag pouches.