The Story Behind Our Edged Weapons, Self-Defense Tools, and Non-Permissive Environment Gear.
Our product development, and everything else we do for that matter, begins with the owner and founder of Bone Tactical: Gregory Isaac Tambone. He originally began producing weapons, tools, and accessories for use on our global high risk security teams, with elite military units, and for select individuals in the non-permissive environment specialist community many years ago.
We have now branched out to allow many of these items to be available for sale to the general public. We draw heavily on knowledge through experience for our designs, and we continue to work closely with current members of the Special Operations, martial arts, and NPES communities.
Our core products are designed both to take and to save lives, and often are exceedingly effective at both. The team that assists in producing said products, and the products themselves, are a direct representation of our cheating death lifestyle and staying one step ahead of our enemies through violent implementation of tactics and subterfuge.
Since many of our blades and tools were originally designed for professional use, our designs often begin based off the needs of said professionals via reports from the field. Our first priority was to fill the need of modern military and first responders for stronger, more effective, and more versatile tomahawks, breaching tools, defensive weapons, back up blades, and combat knives.
Our staggering success in the development and production of superior edged weapons lead us to expand our horizons by looking into self-defense weapons for civilian needs.
The covert textile goods that were initially only hand made for our OCONUS contractors are now available here on the site as well.
We are continually developing new and exciting life saving products on a daily basis. Once we have an idea of what weapons and/or tools are lacking for various mission specific roles, or for certain niche areas of civilian carry, we come up with several prototype designs for each category. Each prototype is then employed with our clandestine operations teams and/or U.S. Special Forces to be evaluated for combat effectiveness, modularity, ease of use, and secondary capabilities before it enters small batch production.