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CONDOR TOOL & KNIFE Toloza - Cuchillo (Carbon steel, Madera, Nylon, Gris, Negro)

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  • Longitud total: 29,4 cm
  • Peso: 410g
  • Cuchillo de combate
  • Condor Tactical Knife Toloza de no de 1075 Carbon Steel de acero inoxidable de mango de Micarta de revestimiento de epoxi de vaina de piel

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  • Dimensiones del producto: 1 x 1 x 1 cm ; 449 g
  • Número de modelo del producto: 60213
  • ASIN: B004WMFJ26
  • Producto en desde: 22 de septiembre de 2012

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Otras características:
Cantidad por paquete: 1
Color de la hoja: Negro
Color del mando: Gris
Funda de transporte: Si
Grosor de la hoja: 5 mm
Material de agarradera: Madera
Material de la cuchilla: Carbon steel
Tipo de cuchillo: Recuerdo
Tipo de hoja: 15,24 cm
Tipo de metal: 1075

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Great Blade In A Worthless Sheath! 24 de septiembre de 2014
Por milesend - Publicado en
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I love the actual knife!
The fit & finish is tight, easy on the hand, and solid.
The knife came sharp, but I changed the grind on it a little to make it a stronger convexed edge.
This knife could easily be a bushcraft choice, even though it is, by definition, a fighting/tactical blade.
As someone said in another review, and I agree, this is a strong clip point, and imo much more the drop point!
The swedge (at the top of the point of the blade) is of course not sharp, though it could be if you wanted it that way. I think it is good as is, for batoning wood, and the dulled edge is also good for rubbing bark, creating wood dust, and for other uses where sharpness can be a detriment. If you have ever removed birch bark from a birch tree, you know that as you are peeling it back, a swedge is perfect for helping it long without cutting it.
The feel of this knife is full bodied, well balanced, and the Micarta handle is smooth. The steel is a good choice for a survival knife, and this blade would be a knife that I think would work well for you as a one knife option.
It will chop, but it is not designed as a chopper. The weight will carry the knife through some deeper cuts, though.
Yes, keep the steel cleaned and oiled!

The Sheath SUCKS.
I read all the negative reviews, but hoped Condor might have straightened out this obvious problem with the sheath, or that maybe I would just get lucky. They did not, and no, I did not get lucky.
The "ballistic" nylon is/was already, even at it's best, adequate.
As soon as I unboxed the knife, I tried to insert the sheath, and at about 2" stopped.
I though, "It's just tight" so I gave it some muscle...the blade went through the back of the plastic insert, and through the "ballistic" nylon!
:/ I did NOT give it that much muscle.

This blade configuration is not readily adaptable to just any other 6" blade sheath, either.
Like the Two Skinner knife, there are protrusions at the hand-guard, and thumb ramp that prohibit the knife from fitting well, with some of Condor's other (very nice) leather sheaths.
I ended up making a sheath...but it really sucks when I know that Condor is well aware of this problem, but let's it continue.
The ideal for this blade in my opinion would be a Kydex sheath.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Batoning champ 25 de agosto de 2013
Por thomas - Publicado en
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I love this knife. If I have to be honest, I think its ugly as sin though. But whatever pit this knife crawled out of did a good job with making and designing it. Love the steel choice. I like supersteels, but I have full confidence in 1075. It takes an edge, keeps it fairly well, and i know its not going to break. Especially at 3/16s of an inch. The clip point... is probably the thickest clip point I've ever seen. In all honesty its a drop point. and while the blade came with some tooling marks along the spine and on the tang, these were soon unnoticeable due to the wicked beating I gave this knife. First I tried chopping. Didnt go so well because of the thick grind and simply because the knife isn't long enough for effective chopping (you want a length of about 7+ for effective chopping). Then I convexed and thinned out the edge. Chopping was much improved after that. Then I cut down a few diseased trees. Perfect opportunity for the Toloza to prove itself. Batoned through both trees without a hitch, even though i accidentally hit the knife against a chunk of concrete. Even though I attempted to make fuzz concrete this knife held up with only a minor roll. It took me about 10 seconds to get that roll out. Then I stripped the coating because that was ripped to shreds. The handle is nice and grippy, and feels nice weather your wearing gloves or no gloves. While still ugly, the knife looks a bit better without its coating, and cleaning the micarta (which held up to being smacked with a baton) was easy. The sheath leaves a bit to be desired though. While the actual part where you put the knife in works well and has great retention, the retention strap is close to useless, and two of the MOLLE straps on the back came off after a soft tug. Other than that the sheath is nice though. Other minor complaints is that the knife did not come very sharp, and I found the thumb ramp to be unnecessary. And after making fuzz sticks and shavings I found that the knife works well for fine work. Also this knife is slightly improved over the knife in the picture with a shorter riassco (how do you spell that?) and a larger lanyard hole and extended tang. This knife is close to perfect if you give it a bit of care. Currently my favorite knife.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas CONDOR TOLOZA 6 INCH KNIFE AND SHEATH 11 de septiembre de 2014
Por ROBOCOP - Publicado en
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Strong, Unbreakable, but Dull... 26 de septiembre de 2011
Por Scott G. Ketch - Publicado en
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I was excited to get this knife after reading about it in Tactical Knives magazine. When I got it the first thing I notice was that it looked nice, but it was duller than a butter nice. Using my work sharp belt sharpening system, I got a decent edge on it, but no where near razor sharp. I also needed to work on the tip, which was not pointy at all. If your goal is to beat the crap out of your knife and do tough unforgiving jobs with it, then this is your knife. Its the thickest knife I've ever owned, part of the reason I can't get it razor sharp. If you want a sharp knife look elsewhere, but if you want to slit logs, hack off tree limbs, and build shelters then this is your knife. As a combat knife I can't see it being much more than a stabbing tool, unless of course you have better luck than me putting an edge on it. It's tough, that's all I can say.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Didn't like sheath 7 de diciembre de 2013
Por steven kirkman - Publicado en
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Knife is just fine, but I thought it came with a leather sheath as the add stated. The sheath that came with it was nylon, but it will work. Prefer leather over nylon any day, but I make my own leather sheaths so if I want one I can make my own.