The RMJ Tactical Coho shines as a fixed blade EDC. At 6.5″ overall, it handles most of your daily cutting tasks, but won’t get in the way. It’s perfectly suited as a back-up knife or even an outdoors knife, and it’s equipped to handle its share of work without being too intimidating for the general public.
If you’re not familiar, the folks at RMJ Tactical are known for producing some seriously impressive Tomahawks. After branching into the knife market, they’ve designed and created knives built for tough work in the field as well as every day use. The Coho is no exception.
The Coho features a carbon steel Wharncliffe-style blade with a tungsten Cerakote finish that reduces glare and corrosion. It’s a great, everyday utility shaped blade. As RMJ founder, Ryan Johnson says, ““we’re fusing high-end CNC technology with old-world hand craftsmanship with everything we make.”
This knife just feels good in your hand. The finger grooves and spine jimping tell you instinctively how to hold it. The contoured, triple-riveted G-10 handles feature diagonal texturing that make the Coho nice and grippy. They’re availaible in three colors: hyena brown, dirty olive, and black.
It comes with a molded Kydex sheath that can be set up for horizontal or vertical carry.
- 52100 Carbon Steel, Tungsten Cerakote Finish
- 3” Wharncliffe Blade
- 1/8” Blade Thickness
- Full Tang
- G-10 Handles
- Molded Kydex Sheath
- 2 oz.
- 6.5” Overall
- Made in the USA
The utilitarian design of the RMJ Tactical Coho makes it worth checking out for almost any setup. Get one by clicking any link in the article or the button below.
All images courtesy of Smoky Mountain Knife Works – smkw.com.