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Model #48-22-1920

Store SKU #1001411646

11 in. Stainless Steel Clip Point Partially Serrated Duct Knife

  • Stainless steel blade stays sharper up to 5X longer
  • Full metal tang provides durability for tough cuts
  • Durable sheath with belt clip for easy storage and carry
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Product Overview

The Milwaukee Duct Knife is designed for optimal edge retention and durability. The stainless steel blade is engineered to stay sharper up to 5X longer when cutting flexible duct and insulation. The double edge blade allows for a wide range of applications. A full metal tang provides durability for tough cuts. Includes a durable sheath for easy carry and storage.
  • Stainless steel blade
  • Full metal tang for tough cuts
  • Double edged blade for more applications
  • Durable sheath with belt clip
  • Lanyard hole
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Blade Edge TypeSerratedStraight EdgePartially Serrated
Blade Length (in.)12.2 in2.55.5 in
Blade StyleSpear Point Spear Point
Blade MaterialStainless SteelStainless SteelStainless Steel
FeaturesAssisted Opening,Machine WashableCan Be Sharpened,Lockable Blade,Removable BladeCan Be Sharpened,Sheath Included
Knife Type Fixed Blade Knife
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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Length (in.)
5.5 in
Blade Width (in.)
1.9
Handle Length (in.)
5
Product Depth (in.)
.125 in
Product Length (in.)
10.5 in
Product Width (in.)
1.9 in

Details

Blade Edge Type
Partially Serrated
Blade Material
Stainless Steel
Blade Style
Spear Point
Color Family
Black
Features
Can Be Sharpened,Sheath Included
Hand Tool Type
Knife
Handle Material
Polypropylene
Individual/Set
Individual
Number of Pieces
1
Product Weight (lb.)
.491 lb
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

Questions & Answers

6Questions20Answers

What type of stainless steel is the blade made out of different types of stainless steel have different features and it

Asked by Chris August 9, 2020
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Answer

48-22-1920 is the only markings on the knife. I use in the Ultra High Voltage industry for skinning wire. Scraping leads on transformers, cutting rope, and the occasional apple. I work outside for a living and haven’t had a Milwaukee knife let me down yet nor have I ever noticed rust. The only problem I have ever had is with the hawk Bill folding knife pocket pin thingy bending easily so I always just take them off. But still amazing knifes. I have Evan skinned a deer with one of these knifes. The Serrated edge helps a lot with tendons.

Is the knife secured into or locked into the scabbard? Or is it loose fitting? If the knife has ...

Asked by Rand July 18, 2019
5
Answers

It clips into place. Very secure.

Can this be used to make holes for outlets on drywall?

Asked by Jorge96 November 9, 2018
4
Answers

Yes.

What steel is the blade made of? I can't find it anywhere online.

Asked by Don February 28, 2017
1
Answer

Stainless Steel

is it legal to carry this around with you in Baltimore or other parts of MD

Asked by rick August 30, 2016
4
Answers

If you have to ask this question, you already know the answer.

what type stailess and is this full tang

Asked by ron January 12, 2016
5
Answers

Performs like a somewhat soft 420HC.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 106 reviews
  • 88% recommend this product
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Knife is great, sheath snaps.
Most of my landscapers wear your 48-22-1926 knife which is sturdy and works great. Some of them prefer this 48-22-1926 knife, but the plastic belt loop keeps snapping off the plastic sheath. I need help with this, would like to be able to purchase sheath only or find replacement sheaths.
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Very sharp and totally durable. Better than Klein, Hilmore and Dewalt. Hands down!
Very sharp and totally durable. Better than Klein, Hilmore and Dewalt. Hands down!
by Eddie
1 person found this helpful
Great knife, not really impressed with the open plastic belt clip on the sheath. Not wide enough...
Great knife, not really impressed with the open plastic belt clip on the sheath. Not wide enough to fit on my work belt.
by Sharktatt2
1 person found this helpful
Workhorse knife
these are cheap and hardcore. I abused the crap out of it and the. Simply ground both edged back down to a sharp edge. (Not my original plan but now I have a dagger) This thing is a tank. I use it for anything and everything and when I jack The edge I simply sharpen it for five minutes then stick it in something new. I have used it for cutting wires, wood, membranes, rope, etc... I’ve even used it to dig out a sprinkler head. 10/10 would recommend.
by Reno
3 people found this helpful
This Knife Cuts Everything
The length of the entire knife is 10 1/2" long with full tang, which means that the blade is also 10 1/2" long. The exposed portion of the stainless steel blade is 5 1/2" long with the smooth & rough cutting edges being 4 1/2" long. It comes with a strong plastic holder that you can attach to your belt. There's a hole in the end of the knife handle. I put a carabiner into the hole and attached it to my belt loop because I don't wear belts. Both sides of the blade are super sharp. It's a good sized knife that is easy to maneuver. It cuts everything. I even used it to cut a thin soft piece of shim wood. I have also taken it in the car with me when going shopping at night, to feel more secure. It's a great all around knife.
by Lady
11 people found this helpful
good quality knife
This is a very well made duct knife. The metal of the blade runs all the way through the handle making it very very durable. It has a good balance and weight to it. Both edges of the blade were very well sharpened. Its the actual blade that is 5.5 inches (not including the handle). WIth the handle the knife is 10.75 inches long. The handle is fairly comfortable and has a good grip to it. The plastic sheath it comes with is nothing special, but it does hold the knife securely and has a nice belt clip.
by UTbadger
6 people found this helpful
Used to cut stainless steel chimney liners. Works very well...
Used to cut stainless steel chimney liners. Works very well and is durable cutting heavy duty material.
by JOSHUA
1 person found this helpful
Sharp, ergonomic and easy clip sheath...
Sharp, ergonomic and easy clip sheath
by joshuaalanhowell
1 person found this helpful
Double-sided. Serrated on one side, sharp on the other. Can...
Double-sided. Serrated on one side, sharp on the other. Can pull out of sheath with one hand and put back with one hand! Highly recommend!
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
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