- Dimensiones del producto: 1 x 1 x 1 cm ; 449 g
- Número de modelo del producto: 60213
- ASIN: B004WMFJ26
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 22 de septiembre de 2012
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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Descripción del producto
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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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" in...it 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.