Nessmuk Knife with Lthr Shth
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- CTK2304HC Cuchillo Condor Nessmuk cuchillo de la lámina de acero 1075 mango de madera caja del cuero
- Condor Nessmuk cuchillo cuchillo fijo Longitud total 22.22cm
- 1075 de carbono hoja de acero longitud 10.47cm
- almohadillas mango de la manija de madera
- funda de piel forma de hoja de corte especial
- Hecho En Salvador Prohibida -18 años
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Cantidad por paquete: 1
Color de la hoja: Acero inoxidable
Color del mando: Madera
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
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First of all, Condor makes awesome value priced knives that will impress most sportsman. Whether you are into bushcraft, hunting, clearing brush, hiking, or a survivalist, they have a knife that will fit your need and will outperform many knives priced 3 to four times what these knives cost. Like another reviewer said, they may not be pretty, but they are great knives. I agree, I used to see these knives advertised and think, these are cheap ugly looking knives. Then I bought one that was on an unbeatable sale price and fell in love with it. Now I have come to appreciate their awkward looks and find them to be quite beautiful in their own right. They are plain, they are made from quality material, they are affordable, and they are tough as hell. I have many Condors they all work great and I put most of them trough hell and back and they will always come right back to life with a few passes on a hone and a leather strop. So that's why I was a little disappointed when I received my Nessmuk.
The blade on my Nessmuk is perfect. It had a bit of a secondary bevel but a little work on a coarse hone then a little TLC with an Arkansas stone and I was able to make the profile into a true Scandinavian grind with about 5 minutes invested. The 1075 steel is real easy to put a razor edge on and has a respectable level of edge retention. Just make sure to oil when ever done using because I have found that Condor HC steel is prone to rusting easy and the sheath(although very well made!) has a tendency to retain moisture which will put surface rust on your blade. Not a big deal as long as you make sure the sheath is very dry and the blade is oiled before any long term storage. Another option is to force a patina or use some gun bluing solution to retard the formation of surface rust.The shape of this knife is very comfortable in the hands and even though the blade thickness is pretty much the same as some of my other condor knives, it feels a little more stout on this knife. Probably because of the shape putting more blade weight at the tip.
My only reason for not scoring the Nessmuk a perfect 5 stars is that The fit and finish is a little off on this knife compared to the excellence I have seen on my past purchases. First the Sheath is the exact same dimensions as the sheath That came with my Bushlore and Woodlaw knives. This is a problem because the opening of the sheath is too narrow for the fattest part of the blade and when sheathed the knife seems to stress the outside of the leather. I used the Nessmuk sheath on the a homemade Knife I built from a Condor blank. I still can't understand why Condor doesn't sell sheaths separately when they sell blanks of their most popular knives??? bummer. So I put the nessmuk in another custom sheath I had, but it rides in there kind of low, which would not be a big deal if the Nessmuk had a lanyard hole (another bummer). The fit of the scales to the knife is a bit wonky on this knife too. In some sections the tang sticks up above the scales causing a ridge that will be a hotspot which may lead to blisters. Also in certain spots the scales are not symmetrical , being thicker on the right side then the left. If you use the knife in the same hand with the same grip all the time ...then no big deal, but if you are ambidextrous this can be strange because the knife has a grip that feels totally different in the right hand than the left.
Anyone reading this should know this is not typical of Condor quality and all the other products I have had of theirs were pretty much perfect. This one just seems to be a bit sloppy. these are things I can fix in my shop, but for those who don't have the means to do these kind of fixes and is buying a condor for the first time, heed the following advice...If you get a sloppy one like this one, send it back and have it exchanged because it is probably a fluke and the replacement you receive will probably be perfect. I guess I have been spoiled with their level of quality before so it is easy to forget that these are not custom knives. These knives are mass produced so you are bound to get a clinker every now and then. This one is a Clinker, but a very usable clinker. It just needs a little love and attention...yeah I think I'll keep her.
The Condor Nessmuk has made it's way to one of the tops of my knife collection. I loved it so much I bought a second one so I can keep the first as a collection piece. Which is a pretty big deal for a knife that doesn't cost more than $40.
Being honest though, I prefer the 2012-2013 model handle to the newer ones because the new ones aren't as "round" and feel less ergonomic, but it's still a good user while I keep the original one to stay in a collection position.
Now the blade on the first Nessmuk I bought wasn't sharpened (which wasn't a problem to me, I plan on resharpening all new knives to a lower angle that makes it razor sharp anyways) but when rebought in 2014 Condor shipped it with a hair-popping edge (That I still resharpened to my needs because I'm picky like that).
The blade shape and handle on the Nessmuk lends itself into being one of the most comfortable working bushcraft knives for carving and batoning, and the sweep and deep belly on the blade makes it an excellent slicing and food processing knife.
Being a Condor product, it came with the signature, masterfully-crafted, leather sheath that holds the knife snugly and gave it a nice, rustic feel to the overall look of the package.
Plus after sanding the handle with some 320 grit sandpaper (not that the handle wasn't already smooth, I just love a glassy finish) the leather sheath and smooth wood handle made it feel like you could cuddle up with the knife on camp trips....which I've done.
Overall, if you are looking for a knife that will lend you comfort, great use, and ruggedness while keeping all the simplicity of a bush knife the Nessmuk is the one for you.
I mean, I did buy it twice. ;)
Well, I bought a 2nd Nessmuk just for the nice sheath for my BK16 and it is a nice fit! Now I have a spare Nessmuk. About the leather sheaths, if they are a little snug, spray inside with Ballistol, it good for the leather as well as the knife and makes them slide in a little easier.