Built to be versatile and durable, the RAT® series features 1075 carbon steel , tough micarta handles and MOLLE compatible sheathes. The RTAK II knife features 5160 carbon steel, canvas micarta handles, and sheath. The RAT's® make ideal fixed blade "every day carry" (EDC) or for on the work site, campground or down range.
I see in the paragraph at the top of the description page that it states the Rtak-II is made from 5160. I also see in the "additional information" section that the Rtak-II is made from 1075. Could you guys please clarify which steel is used for the Rtak-II, as I have also seen in third party advertisements that this knife is made from 1095 steel. This is very confusing, to be polite about it, because I have no way to test the steel to determine which it is.