Kershaw Knives Meat Cleavers
Recent Customer Reviews - Kershaw Knives Meat Cleavers
Raymond W N. from Wakefield, KS
All items were received promptly. All items were sharp, handles were tight. All items function properly and used properly. I would recommend there items to my friends and Hunters as well.
Raymond W N. reviewed: Meyerco Butcher Set 4 Knives Sharpener w/ Case
Lawrence K. from Houston TX
This meat/bone clever is exceptionally well made. The rose wood handle has an oversize girth which lends a rugged "getter done' confident look to it that communicates this thing mean business. It is the real deal for those times when you need a heavy duty bone buster of a clever but it's also small enough to be very handy as a "just meat" cleaver as well. Don't let it's low price scare you away, the quality is all there it's a real bargain at an exceptionally good price.
Lawrence K. reviewed: Meat Cleaver with Red Frost Wood Handle
Chares A. from Madison FL
I like these very much, they are a great deal and worth the money.
Chares A. reviewed: Meyerco Butcher Set 4 Knives Sharpener w/ Case
Dale S. from Mexico
This set was excellent. The only thing I will be adding to it to complete it for my use is a bone saw, otherwise the performance of the knives, and quality of them was more than adequate and I am very glad to have purchased them.
Dale S. reviewed: Victorinox Field Butcher Dressing Kit, Black
Roy G. from Buda, TX
This knife is wonderful for what I sell it for. BBQ cook off competitors here in Texas. Sharpens easily, complies with chuck wagon cook off rules, and is priced just right.
Roy G. reviewed: Ontario Knife Company Old Hickory 7-14 in. Butcher Knife
Cindy W. from Rapid City, SD
Communication and delivery was excellent. Very happy with the item. Handle is smooth to the touch & overall weight of item is good. Steel seems to be good & holds an edge.
Cindy W. reviewed: Condor Aztec Cleaver with Blasted Satin Finish and Sheath
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