yes, it is. For what it's worth they do OEM work for some other brands, like Bradley. But they've been selling a Bear OPS line of more 'tactical' looking knives for a little while now.
If you search on the company it's pretty clear they've done search optimization to the point that the first few pages of searching are filled with comprehensive ad copy about the company. Putting it another way, it's a lot easier to find 'neutral' reviews of Spyderco and Benchmade and the like via Google than it is for the Bear OPS lines of knives, which is usually a bit of a red flag in my experience. It's not a smoking gun per se, but companies who aren't getting bad reviews online don't usually spring for comprehensive SEO to the point where someone's got to click through multiple pages to break through it. That costs money. Most 'Made in the USA' brands are able to rustle up more 'neutral but positive' results to help 'em out in this sort of situation, because it's a label that motivates Americans to 'get on the team' so to speak. As an analyst, this isn't what you hope to see when checking out a new brand.
Once you get to the actual reviews they're somewhat spotty for this knife and indeed for Bear and Sons in general. The Blade Forum people weren't very kind at all to 'em, and they usually only get uptight about foreign knives. Everyone says quality varies a lot. Sometimes that means a QC problem, sometimes it means it's produced by more than one shift at the factory and one of the shifts doesn't do as good of work. Some people clearly seemed to expect that because it has super steel it'd be as well made as the typical knife that has super steel, and were miffed to discover otherwise. Me, I always wonder the opposite -- when someone's selling a USA made super steel knife under $50, I wonder how cheap the rest of the materials must be for the knife to possibly be profitable to manufacture in the US.
I have one knife manufactured by Bear OPS -- the Kimura, by the aforementioned Bradley, which Bear OPS manufactures for them as Bradley no longer owns a manufacturing base. It's a $100 Balisong with 154CM. I'm not unhappy with the purchase but you wouldn't mistake it for a Benchmade and after a few months of occasional flipping it's got some play in the action. Not enough that I'm furious, but enough that I'm reluctant to splash out on more of the Bear OPS line just yet.