Quickly cuts branches up to 16in. in inches. Add more rope for higher cuts. The chain can be flexible. A black blade. The handle is wrapped in green cord. A lanyard and plastic sheath.
👤I crept up from behind on the corrugated cardboard box and cut its tape with one swift motion. I sheathed my knife to spare any remaining tactics.
👤The price at less than $3.50ea caught my attention. Overall craftsmanship is not bad, but it looks to be mass produced, powder coated, extremely dull. I ordered a 2nd after I received 1 and was impressed. It needs to be functional. It looked like a fun project as a garage rat. This is a good item for you if you want something to put an edge on, or just have something to play with and the majority of the work already done. I would not allow you to use it right out of the box. A short handle. I wouldn't put my finger through the hole. But. That is the only way to keep it safe. There is enough stock to keep it going. The lanyard and sheath are functional. The handles were unwrapped. Don't buy if you're warned.
👤The knife is very sturdy. I thought it would be illegal to carry a knife around my neck because it's longer than 3 inches, but I asked the police officer if I could show them my knife so they could tell me if it was legal. He asked me to back away from him and put it back in the sheath because he was uncomfortable with me holding it and standing so close to him. It's 7 1/2 inches long and has a handle. You won't be disappointed if you need to defend yourself.
👤I didn't expect the world for $4, but I bought this to open boxes and envelopes without having to use utility blades. It won't do that. The blade is not sharp. I have butter knives that have more of an edge. The tanto point of the blade means it can't besharpened by traditional means. You'll need an angle jig and a diamond rod to sharpen a $4 blade. I may try to improve it at the price point. If you don't have the skills to sharpen a blade of this shape, it won't be of use to you.
👤This is the first product review I have ever written, and I am 27 years old. The knife I received had no edge to it. I tried to cut my finger with the knife I ordered, but it wouldn't cut anything. I was able to use a rotary tool and a ceramic handheld kitchen knife sharpener tosharpen this thing. The metal quality is good, the sheath is sturdy, and I believe the knife will last a decent amount of time, because I had to turn it into a knife myself. I've read reviews from people who were upset with the quality of the string and had to wrap it themselves. It was easy for me to wrap it in less than 2 minutes. The string is cheap. I don't know if they all come with an edge like mine did or if I got lucky. I would recommend it.
A lanyard hole and a full tang design make the knife very dangerous. Frame lock uses a thick lock bar to secure the blade. The handle is made of STAINLESS steel. Black coating improves protection. The design was created by Kit Carson in Kentucky. The company has a limited lifetime warranty on workmanship and materials. The company has a limited lifetime warranty on workmanship and materials.
👤The CRKT is sleek and easy to keep clean, I like it. I've always found this knife to be useful in a lot of situations, from wood cutting to box opening, and with it's slim design I can have it on my person at all times. I stabbed a guy in the face in a moment of self defence after I was attacked. The guy swiped at me first with his knife and the court ruled in favor of me in self defense. I stabbed this guy in the face with a knife that was very sharp and quick to draw. After calling the cops, I was quickly given a new knife, but I didn't order it until the next day. CRKT has earned me as a customer for life because they were there with the quality knife I needed in a dire situation. God bless.
👤The perfect thin, light, strong, long clip edc knife I was looking for was the one I found. I don't like the locking system. The lock's height is the same as the handle on the opposite side so it's hard to push to open it. The lower grove on the handle should be higher to make it easier to open. I love it!
👤This is the most unique knife in my collection. If I were to imagine a blade with a steel frame lock, I'd imagine at least 4oz. I believe that the thing weighs in at 2.56 and that is very accurate. The weight is distributed over a small body, which makes this feel more sturdy than larger blades with nylon bodies. CRKT was able to fit a blade into a carry style thin body. The frame lock makes it slim. I was hesitant on the tactical look of the M-16 body, but in general, I feel it is not over the top enough. The blade had a bronze washer and nylon spacer. There is no play in the blade. The blade is very sharp. The fit and finish of the body and blade are excellent. The fit and finish are on par with blades I have in the $30 to 70 range. The blade has a thumb stud and finger pull. The texture of both is excellent, but I think the thumb studs are more for aesthetic reasons than true release mechanisms because they are nearly flush with the body when closed. The blade is free. It is a very quick release blade, but it isn't spring assisted like a Kershaw, but it does deploy with a pull on the tab, and with a small flick of the wrist. The jimping on the back of the blade is nice, but675316753167531675316753167531675316753167531675316753167531675316753167531675316753167531675316753167531 The blade is a little bit larger than the front half of a Kershaw Leek, but not terrible. The body, which is where they saved a lot of weight and put this into a gentleman knife category, is very thin in height. It doesn't give a lot of surface area to hold onto. Despite being small, the steel body feels well balanced and substantial, thanks to the decent heft of the steel body. Others have said that my only con is. The frame lock's release mechanism is too flush with the opposite side and I came too aggressive. It has a good catch when open. I've never seen one that goes over that much and I usually am happy with 50%. It is difficult to release the blade with a steel frame lock because I have to purchase it for my thumb. The blade still pushes against it even after I have unlocked it. If I want one handed close, I have to keep pressure on it for a little bit. If you aren't careful, it can put your thumb in the path of the blade. Unless your copy has a slightly looser frame lock, I don't suggest one handed closure. They do not put a speedsafe lock on their gentleman knives. I think it adds weight and size, and I think it might be patented. I would have preferred a deep carry clip. The ingenious design and value for price make this blade stand out in the park. You get a small blade in a discreet body that is made for under $20 The silver blade on the black handle is priced at $19.84. That is a steal. If you're in the market for a smaller EDC that still gives you a 3-blade, you should grab this before they realize that the price might be a glitch. The range of 1s is around $25-35. I like this knife, but one huge flaw is making me drop it to 3 stars. The lock bar is too tight and engages at a low percentage on mine. You have to put a lot of pressure on the release bar with your thumb and push the blade forward to prevent it from relocking, because of this. The amount of pressure required has caused this to chip my thumbnail several times. This can cause the blade to come flying into the closed position and cause me to cut my thumb a few times as my thumb is naturally in the way on a thumb lock. I can't do one handed open and close with this knife, it's too big. The frame lock is too tight and the metal too thick.
The tactical Kukri is made of Carbon Steel 5160 metal. The total weighs 1.54lb with a sheath. There are two small utilities knives. The blade has a clip point. The handle is lightweight. Button lock opener and flipper. The lock mechanism has a liner. The ceramic ball bearing pivot is caged. Carry pocket clip for carrying things. There is a lifetime guarantee against defects.
👤The Civivi Cogent is a cross between the Benchmade Bugout and Griptilian, which are my favorite knives. The Cogent has better steel than the Benchmades. It is one of the best flippers I have. A great knife. I bought a second one because I like it so much. You may find that it needs a small drop of lubricant on the pivot.
👤I live in Minneapolis. I used this knife to chip ice. The tip snapped off. I am very disappointed. I thought the knives were great. Unless this problem is fixed, I don't recommend them.
👤I was looking for a non liner-lock backup knife to have in a pack that would be about the price of this Cogent. I thought I would give it a try. This is a keeper. The blade out of the box is very sharp. A simple workout on a leather strop really improves razor sharpness. The lockup is very good as the blade has no play. I distrust liner-locks that have some wiggle, that is a huge factor to me. The blade profile has a pointed tip. The user can control the movement of the spine. A light flick will pop the blade out into a locked position. If you want the blade to snap right out, you can depress the lock release. The handle has a good grip and a decent pocket clip. The user left a review after snapping the blade tip while digging into ice. This knife is not a KA-BAR and is not an appropriate blade for doing things like that. The blade is thinner than other options, which makes it a different type of survival tool. A flipper and a chunkier blade wouldn't work together. Don't stress this knife with inappropriate uses, it's a good knife, and recommend it as an edc.
👤I've been waiting for this knife since it was announced a year ago and it did not fail to impress me. I've used a pro-tech Malibu and now playing with this, the fit and finish are almost indistinguishable even if you've made it this far, and if you've made it this far, you're just as good. I recommend you add my new edc to your rotation as well. We/Civivi, keep em coming!
👤The button lock is great. Great activity. The damascus is gorgeous. This is my new favorite.
👤I bought the model with scales. It looks great. This is the first button lock that I have ever owned and it has to be the best flipping action on a knife that I have ever seen. 14c28n blade steel is very strong. I know it's not made of steel. It's easy to keep a good edge. The fit and finish are very good. There is no lock rock. It's a good size for your pocket. It's barely even noticed. The pocket clip is very nice. This is one of my favorite knives. A good 5.
👤The blade stock is very thin and makes for a really thin slicer, the handle is good and the flipper was quick. I could be wrong. I would be surprised if the blade held up over the course of a day. It fell short of what I wanted.
The total length is 5. 6 inches (143 cm) blade length 2 inches (56mm) blade thickness 0 8oz; one year. The overall length is 23.49 cm and the blade length is 5 inches. It isdurable: The blade is made of high carbon steel. It's permissible. The leather sheath makes it easy to access. The nickel silver finger guard will keep the blade from slipping. The knife has a sharpening stone in the sheath. This product is covered by a lifetime warranty. Please contact Uncle Henry's customer service if you have any questions. This product is covered by a lifetime warranty. Please contact Uncle Henry's customer service if you have any questions.
👤You will see a similar knife review on the Elk Ridge. Both are beautiful. Both are very well made and perform well. The UH is longer. There is a The ER says "simulated" and the UH uses " Staglon " handle. The winner is the UH. The UH reads Rat Tail Tang. I am going to say that the ER is part of the Rat family. The UH is made of a high carbon steel called 7CR17, the ER is just a steel. There is no definition of steel listed in the review. The UH has a beautiful brown leather sheath. The ER has a black leather sheath. The UH is only $10 more. I strongly recommend both of them. Don't open the box Sharp. The UH is only $3.00 more now. Nice.
👤The knife is nice. I don't like the scales. The handle feels good. It was very sharp out of the box. It should be able to serve many uses. I make knives. This is the knife I use when I head into the woods. I have a few knives in my pack. I wear this one on my belt. The stone is a nice touch and the sheath is of good quality. It is easy to sharpen. I like the blade profile. It is the best deal for the money. There are Guts and deer. Makes quick work of animals. I shoot the squirrel with a blowgun. I make a mean squirrel stew. Can't go wrong with this knife.
👤I will never buy anything from this manufacturer again. Anyone who sells this garbage as a "quality" product should be avoided. 35 years ago, I had a knife that was the same shape as Uncle Henry but had a real steel blade that could hold an edge and a sturdy handle. The metal that arrived on this knife was similar to the metal used to make a bucket. I was excited to be able to replace a part of my history that was held up for many years before it was lost. I was disappointed when I got the new version. It was sent back as soon as possible after the disappointment turned to disgust. I have never seen a product turn into something so bad. I don't have the right words to describe it. I will not waste time, effort, or money on an Uncle Henry product again.
👤It is not the worst knife I have ever owned. The blade is sharp and large. I got this knife in November but didn't start carrying it until new years day. The blade is getting a bit wobbly after a couple months of carrying it but not using it a lot. This is not a full tang knife, so it is expected. I had hoped it would last a bit longer. The sheath is thin and hangs from the belt, which is a problem. If the knife was of better quality, I would just get a new sheath, but I've stopped using them because they're not good enough, and it sits in my car in case I need a knife for something.
The old swords of old are brought into the new era with a sleek and sharp design. Please use it with care. Made in the U.S. CPM S35VN STEEL OUTDOOR KNIFE. The ultimate bush craft knife, camping knife and hunting knife is made in the U.S. A boot knife and a perfectly balanced fixed blade belt knife weigh 7. Measures 9 ounces. 9 inches overall. The MI carta handle with finger choli is ideal for any knife with a full tang blade. The Kayden sheath knife has an easy to use locking mount for fixed blade knives. Take care of your tactical knife with sheath and they will take care of you; SOG blades are built to last and they consider all repair and replacement requests. Take care of your tactical knife with sheath and they will take care of you; SOG blades are built to last and they consider all repair and replacement requests.
👤If you're looking for an excellent tactical knife in the under $200 dollar range, I found two very similar choices. I bought both for comparison purposes because my knife collection isn't quite complete after many years. The SOG Pillar is a brand new knife that is not a lot of people have seen yet. On the right side of the blade, there is a sign that says "USA made". The CPM-S35VN premiumstainless steel blade is highly durable and will resist the effects of harsh conditions. The five inch blade has a heavy duty jimping at the grip for enhanced retention in wet or bloody conditions. The clip point keeps a nice width at the tip for piercing without worry of breaking. The knife has a distinctive look that is all business, and it has a curved blade. The skull popper has a lanyard hole. This is a tactical design that will serve hunters well. I've seen a man field dress a caribou with a knife blade on his Leatherman tool, which proves you can do that if you are experienced, but some knives will be better suited for the task than others. The SOG Pillar's blade has enough belly on it to be a decent skinning blade for any hunter. The knife is light on the back end, but it feels natural and balanced in the hand, and the canvas handles are very comfortable. The knife is instantly accessible no matter how you rig it, because the sheath uses a very tight fit to do away with safety straps. The locking mount on the sheath is low profile. Some might shy away in sticker shock but a knife of this quality is worth every cent, especially when you come to depend on it over time. This is a great blade. The tale of two knives is continuing with my review of the Benchmade fixed Contego 183 reverse tanto.
👤It is difficult to know where to start. I have been looking at this knife for several weeks because of its perfect size, CPM S35VN steel, and attractive blade design. I am a knife lover and avid collector, but I shy away from the expensive ones because I would become homeless quickly if I bought all the ones I wanted. Since there was no guarantee that the price would stay that low, I was willing to gamble on it. I opened the box after the blade arrived. I was worried about the color of the handle since the description said it was black, but several reviews said it was grey. I was happy to see that it was mostly black with a little grey mixed in. The handle is comfortable and solid, but I have felt better on less expensive knives. The look of the blade steel is amazing, with a mixture of stonewashed and satin finishing. The S35VN steel is of high quality. The knife is 5 stars. The sheath left something to be desired. The knife doesn't sit firmly when sheathed despite the fact that it comes with a variety of carrying options. If carried sideways or blade up, it would probably fall out. I would expect a better quality sheath to match the excellence of the blade at this price point. I have included in the provided pictures some of the other knives and sheaths that are of the same size that I have purchased for comparison. None of those blades cost more than $50. I still give this knife a five star rating because the blade is good enough to make up for the drawbacks of the sheath, and it is easier to find a better sheath at a cheaper price than it is to find such an excellent knife and quality sheath together for a cheaper price. The knife itself is worth it if you are on the fence about it. You will not want to drop or lose a knife in this price range, so be prepared to find a quality sheath or use the one provided in tip down configuration.
The knife has a lanyard hole. The material of the blade is Carbon Steel, Black. Overall Length (inches): 11.75; Carry System: Kydex Sheath; Handle Material: Kraton. Special features: N/A.
👤I want to address the "disformation" or "casting proof" comment, which everyone seems to be incorrect about. The little dot on the knife's pommel is the pin that holds the blade to the base. The pin on the KA-BAR was left rough and exposed so that you know which way your blade edge is in low to no light conditions. If it was smooth or rough, your mind will register. The knife is a true 1211 model, stamped KA-BAR. It will last me. Put it on your camel's back for hiking. The nylon legstrap is held onto the kydex by the 4 rivits. Now pull the handle down and out towards your weak side, and all you have to do is use the shot line to get it to your pack strap.
👤Replacing my old one with this item. I thought I would respond to the negative reviews. This is a genuine Ka-Bar. It is stamped USA, but on the other side it is marked "Ka-Bar Oleans, NY." This is not a Chinese knock-off. It is the same as the original except for some minor design changes. The reviewers mentioned the pommel pin. It has always been there. The sheath is great and it came sharp. I haven't tested it yet. Will update when I do.
👤I ordered the knife even though I was a little skeptical after reading some of the other reviews. The instructions and literature were in the factory box. It is made in New York. The knife is locked in with a solid click and a strap that goes around the handle, it is a good quality Kydex. I have an original USN issue called Kabar that I compare to this one and it is almost the same. I think I will like the rubber grip better than the stacked leather blade because the leather gets a little slippery when wet. The Kydex sheath has more options than the leather. The original Kabar blade is a high carbon one, and this one says it is 1095 carbon steel the same as the original only powder coated to protect it from rusting. Everyone knows that high carbon blades have a dark tint from the carbon. The dark tint does not affect the blade in any way. This looks to be a top quality knife and I will review it after I put it through a trail period.
👤I like to use knives and weapons, but it was a bit pricey for a good one. I got some extra money and did a lot of research and found this blade. I think it's the best part of my collection. When you open the box and hold it in your hand, you know it's quality. This is a piece of steel. The workmanship that goes into a Ka-Bar is felt when you hold it. The weight and feel of this is amazing. If you are a true patriot, this blade is for you.
👤I bought this knife for my boyfriend after doing a lot of research. I was looking for a good knife for camping or survival. This knife was very good. It is not too heavy. The weight and balance is spot on, and it fits in the hand. There is a reason that this is the Marine issue knife. The sheath is made of plastic and is great for EDC. The perfect gift was the custom made survival sheath from KY Lake Leather. I wanted a gift for my boyfriend that was similar to this knife. The craftsmanship is topnotch. It has all of the essentials to keep him alive for a few days. Ky Lake Leather is making me a custom sheath for my knife and I purchased the Ka-bar Short knife because I love it so much. Look up Ky Lake Leather on the internet. You will not be disappointed.
The Spec Plus Sp2 Air Force Survival Knife is an excellent tactical knife. It is ideal for general field use. And camp staff. The Kukri blade style provides powerful cutting. Carbon steel is strong and durable. The injection molded handle is comfortable and secure. Ryan Johnson is the designer of the product. The company has a limited lifetime warranty on workmanship and materials. The company has a limited lifetime warranty on workmanship and materials.
👤I've had this for a few years in my camping kit, but never used it. The knife broke in half when I went to chop a 1/2 inch vine in the back yard. The cross section is two different colors and it looks like something is wrong with the metal.
👤A few weeks ago, I bought this kukri to polish off branches that were too small or unimportant for a chainsaw. The rubber handle is very nice, and I've used it a few times now. Even with gloves, it provides a great grip. It's very good at absorbing vibration, which is something I haven't been able to do with previous machetes. The blade held its edge well. It is very stout, and I chose it partly for that reason. I wanted a blade that wouldn't bend on me. The black coating on the blade is starting to rub off where I've done most of the chopping. If this is the worst that happens, I'm happy. I've seen other blades break in half, and I've seen chipping, bending, and sometimes breaking in half. The belt attachment area could use some work. It almost seems like they weren't trying to make a belt loop, but you can still loop a belt through it. Maybe I'm doing something wrong. It still suits me. * It's not easy to draw and sheath one-hand, but it is doable after some practice. It was well worth it, even though I paid a little more than I wanted to. For moderate usage. Would purchase again.
👤I already own 2 machetes, but I wanted to try a Kukri. I wanted a heavy duty Kukri from Condor. With 2 in college and no real need for a heavier chopper, I got the lighter, value oriented crkt kuk. The comfortable handle on the crkt halfachance is what makes me choose the crkt kuk. I was okay with paying more for a better handle because a cold steel machete costs less. I have only used it twice to chop up branches in the yard to put in the green waste bin. I am not an outdoor person. It is light, compact and comfortable to use on small branches. It is a mini machete. I use an electric chainsaw for the larger branches. When compared to a plain machete, it looks pretty unique. Even if I lost it, I would still buy another one because I already have two fine machetes. I will ask my family to get me a Condor for my birthday.
👤It's well made for what it is, and it's large compared to most knives. For a khukuri? The blade is not that large. I know it's made from a more expensive steel than Gurkha knifemakers typically use, and all that, but when you swing a khukuri you're swinging something that's got a lot in common to swinging a hatchet, in terms of weight and center of balance. The weight is crucial to making the khukuri fearsome and effective. The KUK feels more like a machete than a machete. It doesn't have the khukuri heft and balance that it does. I was expecting more than I got, but I'm sure this lightness makes it easier to use for long periods of time, but for a large CRKT knife with a well known designer. The build tolerances on this thing might be better than they are in a Nepali smithy, but set it next to an equivalently priced khukuri and you'll find yourself reaching for the latter.
Be aware that the knife has a glass break. The overall length is 20.3 cm and the blade length is 3.3 inches. It isdurable: The blade is made of 7Cr17MoV High Carbon STAINLESS STEEL with a STAINLESS STEEL handle. It's permissible. It's ideal for everyday carry because of the pocket clip and ambidextrous thumb plate. The blade will not slip with the security of the liner lock. Be aware of the knife's seatbelt and glassbreaker.
👤I paid a little high for this knife, but it is a good one. I needed a knife. The thumb wheel thingy on the spine of the knife is a little strange. It's nice and sharp, except for the finish. It's a good carry in your pocket knife. It has a slim profile and doesn't feel bulky, even though it's a pretty big knife. It came sharp and has been in my pocket for a long time. It's not heavy and locks up. The fit of the plastic grip inlays isn't great, that's the only reason I give it 4 stars. All in one of my favorite knives. I have too many if you ask my wife. She always needs one from me. It's not a light saber and won't shave your face, nor will it chop wood or slice through steel like butter. It's a good knife at a good price. I try to make my reviews useful. If you think this review was worthwhile, please click helpful. Thanks!
👤I have a second one of these knives. This is the best knife for the price. The first knife had to be replaced because it was damaged when it was used to rescue the dog. The knife was able to free the dog, however it was not salvaged because of the torture it was subjected to. The seatbelt cutter saved a life. The cutter sliced the seatbelt with ease.
👤I liked this knife initially. It looked like it was made well. I have never purchased a knife that was as sharp. I was able to fix it. The blade seemed solid when extended, there was no wiggle. The lock was easy to open. The opening and closing were not smooth. I've had many folding knives over the years, and every one of them was much easier to operate out of the box. It isn't even locked anymore after 6 months. I only use it for opening boxes that are delivered to my house, so the toughest job it's been used for so far was slicing tape on cardboard. The lock doesn't engage anymore, as if the piece is too long and won't slide in place. I've never had a knife fail so quickly.
👤I bought this knife from Amazon. I used it a lot. It was a 5 star knife, but it fell apart within a year. The first screw came out. The knife became useless. The blade was still very sharp a year later. I think this knife was a mistake. I purchased two at the same time and they both fell apart. If you understand that it will fall apart in a year if it is used frequently, it is a great value. I ordered 2 more. They have 5 star knives with a 3 star lifespan.
👤The boarder guard just sliced through the belt cutter and it requires some back and forth to cut it. Even though you can open a 1han with a rear thumb, it's not as easy as opening a boarder guard. If you're buying this style for the blade design, it doesn't do the job but it's not an idea. The boarder guard is a better belt cutter than the one you want. I bought this blade sole on a whim because of how cheap it was and also because I don't like how it opens and the belt cutter isn't the best for when I forget where I left my boarder guard or just want a change.
When in hand, the sharkskin grip scales additional traction. The slim profile makes it a good everyday carry knife. The sheepsfoot blade is called the Fine Edge. The pocket clip is scratch resistant.
👤I can't get the knife out of my pocket. I have better knives. I own knives made of better steel. The knife is capable and comfortable. It is easy to open, stays sharp, is light, easy to clean, and has the best pocket clip on the market. I have several 200 dollar knives in a drawer, and I carry a fool knife every day. I'm a scientist. I know how to use knives. I use a knife a lot. I like this knife.
👤There's a lot to like about this knife. The price is the first thing I think of. It is very cheap for what you get. The plastic handle makes it very light. It has a wire pocket clip for a low-snag pocket carry. It's tough but easy to resharpen, and it's made in the USA, which is a big selling point for people like me. I gave it four stars instead of five. If you have larger digits, the narrow and smooth cutout in the blade for a thumb hole is harder to open quickly. I wrapped some tape through the hole to give it a little more grip, but it would be better if the cutout were a little larger or sharper. The plastic handle makes the knife light and economical, but it also compromises strength and rigidity. The texture is a little smooth for my preferences, so it could be more aggressive to aid in grip retention. The smooth surface helps it slide in and out of a pocket. The pocket clip works perfectly for me, but it is only one position, and some would like the ability to change it. This is a great knife for the price. I use it at work because it's less likely to mar paint and upholstery, and I'm not out as much as some of my nicer knives, because I don't abuse it and destroy it. If you're looking for a cheap knife with a lot of good features, you could do a lot worse.
👤It's slick and makes carrying it comfortable. The rounded pocket clip makes me happy. The shape and feel of the hand is great, it's sharp out of the box, and it's light. To open and close one hand is a little difficult. The good: It's not very expensive for just 420hc steel. The starting edge is very delicate because it is ground thin. Overall, I like it. It's the best knife I've ever owned. I don't carry my knives in my side pockets because they're too heavy or they hurt when I reach into my pocket to get something else. The side pocket knife is the first pocket knife to be made of thin and light material. I thought it was D2 steel because I liked the shape. I was disappointed to find out it's a code, but that's on me. I had to smooth the edge to allow it to retain its edge and chip resistance. If you want the edge stability to be high, you should not be sharpening the lower end steels too much or too thin.
The overall length is 26.9 cm and the blade length is 12.2 cm. It isdurable: 9Cr17MoV is used in the blade. A black, TPE handle with a high carbon steel on it. It's permissible. The ambidextrous sheath is convenient for quick and easy access. Have faith that the hand guard will keep the blade from slipping.
👤I wouldn't put it in my bag because it was a decent knife. Not a knife that can be used for protection. You should only use this knife as a knife. It feels good in your hand sheath. It's a good addition to my collection, but probably won't be used for camping or hunting.
👤The sheath was the only negative. If you have a thick belt, the loop for the belt will not fit. I replaced the screws that held the belt loop with a paracord one. It turned out pretty well, other than the fact that I'm terrible at paracord. The knife is great. It was very strong and sharp out of the box. I don't know how it will hold an edge. The knife is very durable.
👤If I get another knife, my wife will leave me. I'm pretty sure I'm going to miss her. The fit and grip of the knife is perfect for my hand. I'm a big fan of partial serration. A strong blade tip is called tango. The price is good for the quality.
👤It's a nice knife. I wanted to return the holster but I could easily fix it with bigger flathead bolts. The whole sheath snapped in half. I ordered an off-brand because I know it's past the time.
👤The serrations work well in cutting rope and sawing through small branches, however, anyone telling you this is a full tang knife is an out and out dishonest person. If you want to pry open something with this knife, you should know that it is much weaker and more prone to break than a full-tang knife. I don't recommend that. The stick or hidden tang is more of a problem because it is thinner than the full length one and is surrounded by the grip. The end piece appears to have been welded onto the tang. It's okay, but I wouldn't recommend it as a hard use knife.
👤Just got it today. A great knife. My hand has no chance of sliding down the grip. One disadvantage for lefties like me. The sheath is hard to turn around. Each side of the belt loop has flat screw heads that keep it in place. It would have been easier to work with a nut that was held in place. A mediocre sheath, a great knife.
👤The knife and sheath were great, but the belt loop was holding it to my side and poked me in the side when I sat down. I made a leather belt loop for it after taking it apart. Now it flexes when it should. I love it. Good value for money.
👤The knife was delivered with no edge. You don't want to have to sharpen a tactical knife.
👤This knife is beautiful. It feels great in the hand. It's easy to sharpen because it's not super quality steel. I wish the belt loop could be exchanged for a clip.
👤The knife is very nice and sharp, and the 5 star is for Amazon. I pay 20 dollars for the knife and the customer service was great, they solved my problem in less than an hour.
The blade length is 4. In. The overall length is 8. 70 in. High Carbon is the blade material. The handle is made of wood.
👤The knife is just as nice as the others. It is not as rough around the edges as some of the other knives I own. I am comparing this knife to other Kephart knives, not kitchen knives. Kephart was not included in the knife name. The quality of the sheath is good, but it doesn't feel like a match for this knife. sheath makers will make custom sheaths for this model. The handle is nicer than my other ones. It will work well for its intended use. Kephart knives are mostly used for basic camp and yard chores. They aren't intended to be used to build a log cabin or chop firewood. The Kephart does a lot for its purpose and this one fits that bill.
👤This knife is different from a run of the mill old hickory kitchen knife in a number of ways. If you are familiar with other old hickorys, this doesn't have the stippled pattern from where they stamped the blade. The ground is flat. The handle is shaped better so it is not square. There is a small finger guard that can be useful. The sheath... Quality leather with a liner that looks like a quality plastic is what this is. It could have been straighter if my edge had been better. I was able to get it cleaned up quickly. There is a lot to like about this knife, even though it was expensive. This is a great buy if you are looking for a quality carbon steel blade and a traditional kephart style knife. I would choose this over a mora any day. Good job Ontario.
👤I bought this knife because of it's price and my interest in Kephart knives. The knife is the same as described. It has a spear point 4 inch blade. The scales on the one I received were all matched and clear. The ground on both sides of the blade is very flat. The paper was sharp right out of the box. The spine is 90 degrees and can easily spark a ferrocerium rod. The inner liner of the sheath is textured. It holds the knife securely. I am happy with the knife and sheath. I may want to remove the handle scales so they can be reinstalled once I start using the knife a lot. I plan on using it on camping and fishing trips.
👤This knife is what I wanted it to be. The crowbar is thick enough to hold a knife and is not a 1/2 inch thick. I believe that if I carry an axe, I don't need to chop trees down or batton with my knife, because my knife is sharp enough to do the job. It needed to be sharper. It was not that bad out of the box. The sheath is basic but so far it works well, but time will tell if it holds up. It is light and works well for me.
👤This one was bought on a whim. I wanted to try a Kephart style knife. I bought the knife for two reasons. 1, price. I have used the Old Hickory butcher knife, paring knife, and sticker knife as hunting and camping tools for years and they have never failed me. The Kephart was the right one. It feels good in the hand. It is a great slicer because of the full flat grind. It is my preferred general purpose belt knife. It came out of the box sharp, but a few touches on a stone made it perfect. I keep it wiped down with olive oil. How much did it impress me? I bought the Old Hickory 5 1/2 inch Hunting knife and the Old Hickory Bird and Trout knives because of it.
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