1pc 3D Color Wood Patch Knife Handle scales blanks Material Bow DIY patch Shank . EUR 8,02. ... Condor Bushlore BLADE BLANK - Klingenrohling COCB232-43HC Code 60030.
As such, I picked up a Condor Bushlore Knife. Specifications: Knife Length: 9 3/8 inches (238 mm) Blade Length: 4 5/16 inches (110 mm); cutting edge 3 5/16 inches (85 mm) Blade Thickness: 5/32 inches (4 mm) Blade Width: 1 3/16 inch (30 mm) Blade Material: 1075 carbon steel Blade Hardness: HRC 57-59 on the Rockwell Scale (the information is ...
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Jan 20, 2021 · Page 2 of 5 - How Many Knives Do You Own? - posted in Knife Forum: Wow, what a great topic! Ive been a knife guy all of my life. My Dad gave me a Camillus three bladed pocket knife with the scales being tortoise style. Loved that knife and cant figure out whatever happened to it. Currently my EDC consists of a Kershaw Scallion, a Ontario Knife Company Rat 1 and a Rat 2 model - I rotate these ...
But get a mora companion FIRST and go from there. Theres a reason it's used in almost every survival and bushcraft school. If you absolutely have to have full tang, try the BPS or condor bushlore, as they aren't expensive. Stainless is fine, but high carbon steel is the ideal choice for knives you will beat on.
Condor Tool & Knife Bushlore Micarta. Item Number: CTK23243HCM. Availability: In stock. Limited Quantity Available! $76.48. The Condor Tool & Knife Bushlore Micarta features a 4.31" 1075 high carbon steel drop point blade with a blasted satin finish and micarta handles. This full tang fixed blade is .12" thick and has double brass rivets and a lanyard hole.
May 13, 2015 · Condor sheaths are top notch. No way around it. I have heard reports that many other famous upper scale bushcraft knife companies are getting complaints on their sheaths simply because Condor can produce such quality sheaths at low costs. That is sweet. This sheath is stitched well, pinned well, and fits my knife like a glove.