Condor Tool and Knife Fixed Blade Knives

Condor Tool and Knife Fixed Blade Knives
4.5
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Real nice knife, wish I could get a left-handed sheath.

Excellent knife good quality and very sharp, they are favorite knife in the kitchen.

Great knife. Everything it was advertised to be. Looking forward to many years of use in the field.

Thick blade, comfortable handle and sharp as a razor. Overall very nice knife

So far the night has been pretty good I have not had time to take it out and test it the way I would like to because we have a lot of snow here Indianapolis Indiana soon as the spring hits in summer and fall believe me I will be using it and I should be able to leave another better view of this knife.

I must say that Schrade knives have vastly improved recently. Heard some good reviews and decided to take the plunge and purchase it. Upon receiving this knife all my fears disappeared. This is one heck of a beefy knife. Very much more ergonomic than my Schrade predecessor, SCHF9. I find with this knife I can do all the big jobs (Batoning) as well as the little ones as well (making feather sticks). Very impressed with the service from Knife Depot and also the price of the knife itself.

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