CONDOR TOOL & KNIFE Woodlaw - Cuchillo (Acero al carbón, Madera, Cuero, Gris, Negro)
- CTK2484HC Cuchillo Bushcraft Survival Survival Cuchillo Condor Woodlaw 1075 Carbon Steel Micarta Mango
- cuchillo de la supervivencia del Cóndor Woodlaw Survival Cuchillo fijado
- longitud 21.59cm longitud total cuchilla 10.16cm
- Construido a partir de una única pieza de acero al carbono en 1075 Las plaquetas
- manija Micarta en el caso de cuero
- Hecho en Salvador Prohibida - 18 años
Advertencia: prohibida su venta a menores de 18 años.
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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: 3 mm
Material de agarradera: Madera
Material de la cuchilla: Acero al carbón
Tipo de cuchillo: Especial
Tipo de hoja: 10,2 cm
Tipo de metal: 1075
Detalles del producto
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The Bushlore. The handle scales was not entirely flat and dirt and moisture could get under the scales and rust the steel from the inside out.
The Bushcraft basic had a LOUSY sharpening job. I would have to re profile the blade.
The Kephart. I have small-medium hands and HATED the handle.
The Wood Law is AMAZING.
The micarta scales are nice. Almost perfect for my hands.
The blade is screaming sharp with a perfect SCANDI grind.
Sharp 90 degree spine.
I'm glad I gave Condor one last chance.
I'm always on the look out for the perfect tools for my wilderness kit, and that kit
is constantly changing. I own the bushlore as well (and several other condor procucts)
and was really happy with that. I would rotate the bushlore in and out of my kit,
depending on where I was going and what I was doing. It would often be in competition
with one of my many Mora knives. Often my Moras would win out over the bushlore, because
I might want something slightly more compact, or, I would want a true scandi grind.
Well...this knife really has it all.
Perhaps I misread the description, but I was tickled pink when the knife arrived, and I discovered
that it is not the typical Condor scandivex type grind, and is a real scandi grind. Thats right,
no convexing! Also came hair shaving sharp.
I bought the knife because I liked the look of the handle, and sure enough....its great.
They kept it simple, no choils, groves, curves or other "ergonomic" implements. Because of this,
you can hold this knife any way you like, for long periods of time without it becoming uncomfortable.
The micarta is a nice touch as well.
For a quality, good high carbon steel knife, of this size and thickness, with a full tang and micarta
scales, you are easily going to spend well over $100. For example, just look up the Topps Bushcraft/field knife. Condor is giving us a hell of a knife at a nice price. In fact, I'm not too sure this deal can
The reason I didn't go ahead and give it the 5 stars I think it would ordinarily deserve...is that mine
needed some work. I might be a victim of quality control...mine came with the tip blunted, as though
someone dropped the tip on concrete or something. Its bad enough for me to be a little disappointed,
but not so much that I was gonna send it back. It was nothing I couldn't fix with a little file work.
It looks like they tried to give us a 90 degree spine, but didn't quite accomplish that, so I took a file
to the spine as well, to better make shavings and strike a ferrocium rod. The blade has a number of tiny
nicks and dings, again, not enough for me to send it back. I see it as purely a cosmetic issue. Also, the micarta on mind is a bit "gummed up" towards the butt, and the blade.
All in all, these issues were all pretty small, for me anyway, but if they had not been present, I would
have given this blade 5 stars all day long!
I've been looking at similar blades for some time. Never pulled the trigger because I really don't want
to drop over $100 on yet another knife (I own a small arsenal of knives). For this price....I think Condor
really nailed it.