Totally Dominating! Totally Awesome
By Brian Bosworth June 13, 2011
I bought my still-brand new SOG Tigershark Elite knife after buying the SOG SEAL Teams S37-K knife and being so very impressed with it. After buying the S37, I still wanted a knife with a long blade and that also had the same high quality that SOG brand knives have been known to have. Needless to say that I was very surprised and happy to have learned that SOG produced such a knife like I was looking for. I bought it right away. When it arrived and I held it for the first time, I knew from holding it, that I had a total dominating knife in hand, and with the skull crusher pommel and handguard, those just made this knife all the more awesome! The Tigershark Elite knife can and does do it all. It is the biggest and baddes knife in the SOG SEAL Teams family. Yes, the Tigershark Elite is actually part of the awesome SEAL Teams approved SOG family of knives. Just like the SEAL Teams S37 and the SEAL Teams Pup knives, the Tigershark Elite has been tested rigorously by the actual US Navy Seals, and have been approved upon passing their extreme tests. The SOG Seal Teams family of knives and even those that aren't part of the Seal Team family, are the only mainstream knives that are approved and are actually used by the US Military, especially the US Naval Special Forces. SOG knives used in the Military date all the way back to WW2, and were ideal for use during the Korean War and Vietnam War. I remember my late great Father, who passed away on january 1, 2010 and who had spent 20 years or better in the US Special Forces Infantry and Army Green Berets, used to carry the SOG S1 Bowie knife a spart of his Korean and Vietnam gear. I remember whenever he would be home on leave (he did countless different tours in both wars), he would always show us boys his military weapons including his automatic rifles and pistols that he would use. And he also always showed me his SOG S1 Bowie knife and always told me thta it was mine if and when he passed away. He always kept it in his military footlocker when not using it overseas. When, sadly, he passed away and I got his old military footlocker and opened it for the very first time in my life, the knife was not in there nor were any of his medals and other things that he felt were priceless to him. It turned out that my drugged-up brother either stole the items, including the knife, and sold or traded it for drugs, or our money hungry cousins got into the trunk before I could get there, and tool a lot out of it. I recently also bought the SOG Supoer Bowie knife, which is a direct replica of the knife that my Dad carried in the military, except that my Super Bowie is a tad bigger. Still, I bought the Super Bowie to use of course, but when it is not in use and/or when I croak, it will be placed inside my Dad's trunk as a replacement one for the one thatw a staken out of it. So, I actually boght the SOG Super Bowie for extreme sentimental reasons! And I will give a review of that knife when I get to its particular site. Anyway, the Tigershark Elite is one massive, awesome, supersharp knife that I highly recommend, but I only recommend it to people 18 and over. It just simply is No toy for kids to play with or anything!! So, people under 18 really need to stay away from all awesome incredibly sharp SOG knives, unless you are with an adult when you are handling them. All SOG knives are super sharp, and it is very easy to, just by being careless with it, chop off a finger or put a huge deep slice wound in a hand, arm, or leg! Anyway, thanks for reading!!
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