RCT 3 Blade Multi-Knife


RavenCrest Tactical 3 Blade Multi-Knife

-Satin Finish Stainless Steel Blades
-“Slip Proof” Rubber Scales
-3 Different Utility Blades
-Carry Sheath or pocket
-Functional Design

Hard Use Lifetime Warranty RavenCrest Tactical

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RavenCrest Tactical 3 Blade Multi-Knife

Total Length: 8.25in
Blade Length: 3.25in
Blade Thickness: .11in
Blade Width: 1in
Blade Material: 440C Stainless Steel (Satin)
Handle: Stainless Steel and Rubber Scales
Blade Types: Drop Point, Saw Tooth, Straight Edge
Carry: Sheath
Locking: Lockback
Hardness: 58HRC
Total Weight: 14oz

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 5 x 3 x 2 in

22 reviews for RCT 3 Blade Multi-Knife

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    james roark

    i found this to be a very fine multi blade knife very useful and can handle rough use well worth the price

  2. Rated 1 out of 5

    Matt Sieverts

    Really kind of disappointed In this one. Was hoping for something cooler and something assisted. Kind of feels cheap. Maybe next month will be better.

  3. Rated 3 out of 5


    like the idea but not as sharp as previous knives

  4. Rated 4 out of 5

    Keith Carlson

    Another awesome knife in so happy with this one it will be in my pack when I’m hunting and fishing it’s like xmas every month when I get my delivery best 20 bucks I spend every month thank you

  5. Rated 2 out of 5

    Chris Ley

    Sorry guys, I kinda feel like you missed the mark on this one. It feels Chinese ish, and there is a significant amount of wobble on the blades and the rubbery exterior has over-moulding and is missing the liner profile in others. It feels like an after thought and something that was slapped together. Though the 440 steel is nice and the case feels sturdy, this month was a little bit of a let down.

  6. Rated 2 out of 5

    Scott Thomas

    Nice heavy. Just not my style blade. First let down in 7 months as a ravenpak customer. It’s ok. Next month will be better. This knife will be handy for fishing and camping.

  7. Rated 1 out of 5

    Colt G.

    This is my 4th Ravenpac knife. Every month I am like a little kid waiting in anticipation for that RCT package to arrive. However, I am quite disappointed with this knife. I understand it’s a multi blade knife, but even something as redundant as the finger grooves (more specifically the index finger) being, for lack of better words, inaccessible to retain a full grip on the knife, which is due to the blades being in there closed positions sticking out wider than the scales! Even a Swiss Army knife doesn’t have that problem. I think a better design on the body of the knife would have gone a long way. Another thing I noticed is the straight blade is barely sharp. It’s practically a butter knife for the outdoors (I hope this isn’t the case for everyone’s knife, but it certainly was for mine). I will say that there are a couple of positives. The first being the drop point blade being probably the sharpest knife I have ever pulled out the box out of all the knives in my collection! The pocket saw blade, compared to other pocket saw blades I’ve used, actually has some meat on the spine. What I mean is that it doesn’t feel like a thin piece of metal that feels like it’s going to snap as your using it. I want to say it’s not a bad knife in theory. However some better design points could have been implemented with the overall feel of the knife.

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    Rueben Tarin

    I thought that it is a good utility knife when camping. Sharp blades too. Pretty solid construction, fits good in my hand. Thanks guys!

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jon Ashby

    The other reviewer said it was kinda cheap? Mine is built like a tank! It weighs in at 9.1 ounces without the sheath and the design is very smart. The quality is top notch.
    I was a little surprised by this one, but I really like it. I still like the spring assists but they lost a lot of their glamor to me when I learned how to open almost any folder like it seems like it is A/O, and how to tune them to my liking. I am more interested in something out of the norm,and this one fits that well. My collection has gotten to a point where it is harder to find something that doesn’t look like 2 other blades I already have.
    I usually do not have much interest in multiple blade knives but this one is not your average folder with a big , medium and small blade. It has a lock on all 3 blades, which is an excellent feature, and they are not just 3 boring blades either. There is an awesome saw blade, plus a flat edge blade with a gut hook as well as a 3.5 inch drop point main blade. The sheath is awesome, I actually prefer a good nylon sheath over leather, especially a cheap leather sheath.
    The only thing that I would add is a thumb stud on the main blade, but I am sure that was thought of and there is a reason it does not have it.
    I envision this as my RV camping tool, as well as for doing yard work and chores, but . I will know more after summer is over and it gets some hard use.

  10. Rated 3 out of 5


    I like the quality, but feels bulky in my hand. I have big hands. Well worth my monthly subscription though.

  11. Rated 5 out of 5


    If you need to cut it, this is the knife for the job! I can’t believe the $29 price tag, or especially the $9 RavenPac price tag, because this is one solid, triple-lockback, rough and tough, rootin’ tootin’ cutting machine with it’s own holster! Thanks for another cool, usable knife guys!!

  12. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dan Scheich

    Excellent pack or hunting knife. Will take care of a deer from start to freezer.

  13. Rated 2 out of 5

    John Valdez

    Mine doesn’t lock properly. Really disappointed with it.

  14. Rated 3 out of 5


    Good for what it is. Yes it seems a little gimmicky and it’s not my favorite, but I strongly disagree with some of the negative reviews stating that it feels cheap. This knife is solid. The drop point is good, the saw blade will shred anything, and the flat blade on the gut hook is really cool and unique.
    While none would be my first choice in tools for processing a kill, it is an awesome backup to carry. I actually recommend picking one up for that purpose.
    Oh yeah, the sheath that it comes with is much higher quality than most stock sheaths.

  15. Rated 4 out of 5


    This is my second purchased from RavenCrest. Both are heavily build and been extremely reliable and useful. They are expensive and worth every penny!

  16. Rated 5 out of 5

    Nate T.

    Not sure why all the haters on this knife. I like it because it’s a multi-tool knife that has some *ss to it. You could actually use this as a camp knife or survival knife and gets results from it. Most multi-tools can’t be used for big jobs. I’d take this out in the woods before I’d take a swiss army or multi-pliers. I guess it depends on what you intend to use it for.

  17. Rated 3 out of 5

    Ed O.

    I neither love it nor do I hate it. I like the concept, I really don’t need a large SWISS Army knife, but this could come in handy when camping or fishing or hunting. The sheath was really nice, and the weight of the knife was good for the size of the unit. I will say though that it was akward to hold, and that I had the blade fold in when I was playing with it. This happened because of the grip pushing the locks in. Overall it is well worth the RavenPac price.

  18. Rated 5 out of 5


    My second knife in the monthly service and another really great knife. This will be my go to outdoor multi-knife.

  19. Rated 4 out of 5

    Justin Cuevas

    Is it pretty, no. . .is it heavy, yes. . .is it tacticool, no. . . . It does what a tool is meant to do; it’s functions well, it’s sharp as hell and is built like a tank. This works great for hunting, fishing, camping or tossing in your bug out bag. Glad I signed up for RavenPac, it’s always full of surprises!

  20. Rated 5 out of 5


    This was my first RavenPac knife after joining when I purchased my RCT-1 Raven, both of which arrived in less than a week. I was excited when I opened this one and saw the quality when I half expected it to be some cheap knife of the month. From the other reviews, it looks like I will be even more impressed with future knives. Thanks guys!!!

  21. Rated 4 out of 5

    Bryan Gilliam

    Like this one. Haven’t ever had a multiblade locking knife

  22. Rated 5 out of 5

    Heath Schwab

    Man let me tell you this multy tool it’s only 3 blades but it’s so awesome I’ve been with Raven since Jan. Which the first was good second cool 3rd well it’s a knife sorry but I liked. But the 4th uea buddy this thing is sweet. Good for fishing hunting wood cutting carving and shaping it’s sweet. The best one yet. But my next knife on yea love it also. But Raven monthly best knifes for 9.99by far. Good job Raven god bless

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