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United Cutlery S.O.A. One Shot One Kill Survival Knife


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United Cutlery S.O.A. One Shot One Kill Survival Knife

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Don't take shots in the dark when you are talking about survival. This One Shot: One Kill, S.O.A. survival bowie is a knife you can always count on. Whether you're deep in combat or simply need a reliable bowie, this one fits the bill.

  • Reinforced multi-functional sheath
  • Razor-sharp stainless steel blade
  • Rubberized handle with lanyard
  • Powerful sawback serrations
  • Oversized hand guard
  • 7" blade; 12" overall

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United Cutlery S.O.A. One Shot One Kill Survival Knife Stars4.43 out of 5 based on 108 ratings. 108 user reviews.


Reviewed by Philip from Utah on 10-Jul-2014Awesome Bowie
Rating5 star5
This is an awesome bowie. When I got mine it came razor sharp out of the box. After using it for a little while the blade came a little lose but I fixed it with some super glue. It is awesome for hacking and it stabs very well. The saw works alright. Overall this bowie is sweet! And I'm giving 5 stars.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by Jerry from Oregon on 29-Jun-2014Decent
Rating2 star2
Has a heavy blade,good for chopping kindling. The handle is weak. I broke chunks out of it on the top of handle, right behind the hand guard. It is also difficult to put a decent edge on the back half of the blade
Average Rating: 2.00
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Reviewed by Jacob from California on 19-Jun-2014awesome knife
Rating5 star5
Right when I got this knife I absolutely loved it. The blade was an awesome shape and really thick and since I got it when it was buy one get one free I have another one too give to a friend, it is really cool looking and has a nice feel and weight to it, the only thing was that it didn't come out of the box very sharp so I just touched it up with a stone but I would definitely recommend this to anyone, it is worth the money.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by James from Falls Church VA on 17-Mar-2014A fantastic knife.
Rating5 star5
Fantastic. The blade is thick, neatly shaped, and has a very nice handle. It's also very well balanced, and the sheath is perfect. The serrations on the back work pretty well, and it's overall a very great tool to use in the outdoors. The only downside is it's very dull, and is a hassle to sharpen. Despite that, it still has a lot of good chopping power. Well made, and is all-around a great buy.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by knife_collector from unknown on 08-Jan-2014Not Reliable
Rating2 star2
I bought this knife a while back, at first it was fine but after a while of putting it to work it became very loose. You are able to tighten the screw on the bottom but I find it a hassle to do it every time you use it. My advice is buy a full tang knife instead.Would you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 2.00
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Reviewed by Cletus4 from unknown on 05-Dec-2013decent knife
Rating3 star3
I have had this knife for around 2yrs. Actual blade is made of very hard steel and very thick, in fact it was difficult finding a sharpener that would make a dent, files work best. Black covering stays on moderately well, wears off where it rubs on the sheath or if scratched. Saw back is difficult to clean, sharpen, and too short to use effectively. Works great for big tasks like hacking branches and pumpkins, would also crush some bone. The sheath is most impressive, worth the $20 alone. The blade can become loose from the Handel, but the nut at the bottom can be tightened solving the problem. It is my outdoor and beater fixed blade. It hacks better than cuts.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 3.00
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Reviewed by Honest from None on 29-Nov-2013Good Knife
Rating4 star4
This knife is very sturdy. It has a decent edge when you first get it. This is stainless steel not any carbon or Damascus. It is a great knife for the price. The blade is very thick. The serrated back edge can do a little too however should not be the reason you this knife. Good knife. Highly recommended especially for $20.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 4.00
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Reviewed by Sam styles from Georgai on 28-Nov-2013Good looking, sturdy, and just feels good
Rating5 star5
I actually got mine at at a little sword shop, paid 38 for it. This knife if so good looking and the case fits well, haven't had a problem with the case or the handle. Is is a very sturdy knife and the back saw is very nice. When I took mine out of the case it wasn't the sharpest, but it sure cut me good.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by classified from classified on 30-Oct-2013not for survival!
Rating3 star3
Well this knife is ok... but it definitely has it's flaws! Pros: Looks cool thick blade saw on back of blade Cons: blade is of poor material finish will wear handle is not very comfortable will not sharpen well due to thickness of blade and the way they made it Rat tail tang (rat tail tang means they welded on a peice of metal to make it have a "full" tang) over all it is a cool blade to have that is fun to use on an occasion but definitely not for a survival knife. If you are looking for a good survival knife look around more for something that fits to what you will be doing.Would you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 3.00
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Reviewed by DuginMT from Billings, MT on 07-Oct-2013Looks Good
Rating2 star2
I read the reviews and saw the videos on this knife so decided to pick one up. The sheath is well-fitting and the knife inserts both ways, which is nice. However, it is a poor design, as the belt loop is not continuous and could easily be dislodged and you would lose the knife and sheath. I super-glued the belt loop connector so this won't happen, and also had to super-glue the belt loop strap to the sheath body as it was falling apart coming out of the box. Once you repair this sheath, it is serviceable. The knife is good-looking and fits well in the hand. It arrived dull and I could not put a razor edge on it with my Worksharp, which quickly puts a razor's edge on knives with good-quality steel. This tells me the steel in this knife is soft, and of poor quality. It did get sharp enough to work as a bush-beater. The saw teeth on the back of the blade work well for filing a wide groove in branches, to tie things onto, but you would be hours trying to saw through a 2" branch with this thing. I took the handle apart and put lock-tite on the tang threads and re-assembled. Otherwise the handle would probably loosen up with use. The plastic handle is hollow, but mostly solid - the hole in the handle is relatively small, so overall the knife is fairly sturdy. I would not throw this knife except in an emergency. I ended up stashing the knife in the saddlebag of my motorcycle. It is stainless steel, so probably won't rust in my lifetime. It is also lighter than a full tang knife of the same size, so would be comfortable for belt carry. For $20, this is not a bad beater knife, but be prepared to work on the sheath and don't expect razor sharpness!Would you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 2.00
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