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Lightweight, impact resistant handlesRazor-sharp black coated bladesLanyard holes in handleDurable nylon sheaths included
The machete has proven to be the ultimate outdoor and survival tool and with this fierce Hornet™ 2-piece set, you get a machete for any job. Each machete will cut, chop, slash, or smash just about anything you can put in front of it. Features 16 1/2” and 12 1/2” AUS-6 stainless steel blades with black baked on anti rust matte finish and rubberized, checkered ABS handles with lanyard holes. Includes durable nylon sheaths with snap button closures. 22” and 18” ov.
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I but the set in apirl and they are great but they do have abig belt loop but still are great blades
I bought these first because of the price and second because they were stainless steel. I didn't need a saw backed, zombie killing, death blade with a skull crusher on it. I'm over six decades old, so I'll leave the zombie killing to you younger folks. I needed something to clear out the tangle of vines infused in my wilderness area behind my house. I use wood for heat and needed to cut down some dead trees in there. But, vines made bringing the trees down cleanly a chore. The chainsaw just sucks them up in the blade and makes a mess. I wasn't expecting much, considering the price but I was greatly surprised. I used both and they have held up well and remained sharp. No nicks in the blades and the blade edges didn't roll over. Of course I'm not chopping down trees, but you shouldn't use them for that. Use an axe or chainsaw. The longer one was comfortable and was good in areas with room. But, I found myself using the shorter one more often. The slightly shorter blade made a huge difference in using it in tighter places. The weight is almost the same, so cutting efficiency was the same. They sliced through even dead vines cleanly. Slicing the vines on an angle worked every time even on the big ones. The handles are semi soft and textured and fit my hand well, with not slip at all. The sheaths are sturdy black ballistic cloth with big belt loops. I'm not in the military anymore, so I don't need the military attachment items. The larger one is better suited fastened onto a pack, as it's length allows it to bang your lower leg when walking. The shorter one is perfect on a belt and you hardly know it's there until you need it. The price is misleading, these are definitely good tools. The AUS-6 stainless blades are an entry level blade steel with a good compromise on hardness and flexibility. While you might have to sharpen these more often, they won't chip and break on you. Hint, don't sharpen these on a grinding wheel. Use a stone or some other method. Semper Fi, USMC.
The big one is a small machete and the small one is about the size of a large but light Bowie. Have you seen the price? Less than 5 bucks apiece before discounts. That's a deal and they look good on top of it! Guys, do you really have to chop down trees with 'em.
These blades are really just amazing. My friend told me about budk a couple months ago and this was my first buy. I have only had these for a couple months and they are my first machetes. I AM SOOOOO HAPPY. I thought I would get ok quality but these are great quality! I'd say that this is one of the best buys on all of budk! THANKS BUDK! :)
Just as the title states this is a pair of work-mans machetes. The longer one works on tree limbs up to about 1/2" while the smaller one works good on long grass. Need to remove the oil and touch up on the edge. Not what I would take into the jungle of South Florida!
Seems like a decent machete, a little flimsy feeling but works good for high grass or thin brush. Your not going to want to call on this for cutting thicker branches though that's for sure!
I just got these about 30 minutes ago. They aren't the best machetes you can get. But definitely far from the worst. They are definitely razor sharp so be careful, they come with oil all over both of them but it is easy to clean off. The sheathes are pretty good, the handles are decent. Blade is very nice. Overall, these are grat machetes and definitely a steal for the price. If you only have 15 bucks then I definitely recommend these. But if you have plenty of money to spend I'd get something more durable. Unless you are just a collector then definitely get them regardless of how much money you have and/or want to spend.
like the title says i agree with all the positive ratings these blades have gotten. wasn't expecting anything good for that price but i was nicely surprised. if you can find 2 machetes for that cheap better please write a comment and lemme know!
I received these as part of a 5 machete surprise package. Wow! I love the handles on these. Nice and sharp. I like the sheathes having snaps instead of Velcro to secure the machetes. The smaller one is compact enough to put in a BOB.
Great machete, only problem is the sheath. It has a good belt loop and keeps the knife in, but my blade poked a hole in the top. Sort of dissapointing. Good blades though.
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