BKSAVE392
Karambit Style Fixed Blade Cleaver Knife With Sheath
$33.99
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  • 6-1/4" stainless steel blade
  • Full-tang steel construction
  • Rugged G-10 handle scales
  • 12" overall length


We"re committed to bringing you those hard-to-find pieces that not just anybody has available. This unique hybrid design combines elements of a karambit, fixed-blade knife and classic meat cleaver! All of this culminates in one high-quality, full-tang knife you can use for a variety of applications. The full-tang 440 stainless steel has an anodized black finish and takes the shape of a meat cleaver, making it great for slicing and chopping. Non-slip handle scales encase the tang, which is completed with an open-hole pommel design like traditional karambit knives. This all-in-one piece is a must-have for your collection! It comes with a blade sheath and measures 12" overall.


Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.00 out of 5
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Surprisingly good Reviewed by on Oct 10, 2016   4 out of 5

I bought this karambit style cleaver out of curiosity. Then I saw a survivalist using a similar style blade. He said it was better than a machete because of compactness, It would chop larger logs. He felt it was better than most hatchets for compactness and edge retention. It's also handy enough for smaller jobs like shaving off bark and shaving fire kindling I've found this one can and did have a razors edge and that karambit point is also a helpful addition. The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of five is because the karambit style ring has squared off edges which makes it quite uncomfortable while performing some jobs. I filed it down, rounding all the sharp handle parts, making it quite comfortable to use. It seems to hold a decent edge but I like things very sharp and I like to sharpen them so I don't give it much of a chance to get dull. If your handy and don't mind making a knife or tool work better for you. And your a bit of a survivalist at heart. I think you'll be surprised and happy with this tough little tool in your survival gear lineup. Especially for the price. A little work, a little ingenuity and you'll have a very useful tool that could very easily save your bacon in very bad situation!



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