- CS39LSFT Cuchillo Fighting Cold Steel Tanto Leatherneck 4116 Caja de acero alemán Secure-Ex
- Cuchillo Fighting Cold Steel Leatherneck Tanto fija
- cuchilla de acero 17,8cm longitud longitud 30.4cm total
- alemán Tipo 4116 Construcción espiga completa manejar alta resistencia
- en GRIVORY / Kraton
- guardia y acero tratado pomo epoxi
- caso militar Negro Secure-Ex
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Descripción del producto
Cantidad por paquete: 1
Color de la hoja: Negro
Color del mando: Negro
Funda de transporte: Si
Grosor de la hoja: 5 mm
Longitud: 30,5 cm
Material de agarradera: De plástico
Material de la cuchilla: Acero inoxidable
Tipo de cuchillo: Especial
Tipo de hoja: 17,8 cm
Tipo de metal: German 4116
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PROS: Tiene un guardamanos de acero un poco tosco pero 100% funcional, me confiere mucha confianza de agarre, se encastra en la funda por medio del guardamanos por lo que no salen marcas y holguras como en el RECON, el mango para mi mano me va perfecto y en surco lateral donde esta escrito COLD STEEL me encajan las llemas de los dedos, el equilibrado es mejor en este y al final del mango tiene el contrapeso de metal perfecto para hacer algún amartillamiento. Si esta ideado para el cuerpo de marines USMC es por algo.......
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Out of the box it came pretty sharp. Cut paper with ease, but would not shave hairs. I decided to refine the edge a little to see if it would shave hairs. That was my first experience with the steel. For all the rumors of 4116 being soft, the steel on my leatherneck tanto was considerably harder than I expected and took a little more effort to remove a minimal amount of material and sharpen. Within a few minutes on my spyderco sharpmaker, it was shaving my arm with ease. So then a few days later when the opportunity presented itself, I decided to test it out pretty hard before taking it on my next camping that's coming up. I didn't do little things like cut rope or cardboard, I went straight to chopping big limbs and and batoning logs. After two lengthy afternoon sessions of chopping and batonning (without sharpening), it did not chip or roll in the least little bit, and though it will not shave the hair on my arm, it will cut paper cleanly and effortlesly. I honestly did not expect the blade to still be in as good a shape as it was, but it was seriously still in really good cutting condition.
I like the thick spine almost all the way to the tip, made batonning so much easier, the shape of the rubber grip grew on me, I love the sheath, and am very happy with the steel composition and durability. The finish wore severly in no time, but as these knives are made from stainless and not carbon steel, it should be slightly less of an issue. Overall, having given it some honest hard use testing, I would honestly recommend this knife as a solid option. I'm no steel expert and have no other experience with 4116 knives to know if they're good or not, and maybe cold steel just has a really good heat treat or tempering process, but don't beleive the hype from people who havn't personally tested this knife. It's a solid choice, especially for the price.
The Sheath is very sturdy. The leatherneck locks into it perfectly after over 6 months of use. The belt strap has never come off, and the knife has never come out of the sheath unwanted. It is also extremely easy to clean out if you get dirt inside the sheath because of the drain hole at the bottom.
Great Purchase for the price, and it can take almost anything you can dish out.
UPDATE: After about a year I have come to wonder why I can't keep a fine edge on the blade, so I did some research. Come to find, the "secure ex" sheath is made of glass filled nylon, which has a proven record of taking the edge off knives. Kabar has stopped producing hard sheaths for their knives due to customer complaints for this reason. So far I have not found a replacement that will fit, might have to go custom. I detracted a star for the sheath, the knife itself is still exemplary.