Condor Tool and Knife Fixed Blade Knives
This is a surprise of a knife for me. I bought it because I liked the way it looked, but mostly I liked the sheath. Its so hard to find a knife these days that comes with a real leather sheath. This knife has a heavy duty, real leather sheath that needs no fastening system at all. The entire design and quality of this knife is remarkable. The surprise Im talking about is that its made in China! If I would have known that before I bought it, I probably would not have. But I will give credit where credit is due, and thats to the quality only of this knife, not the patriotism. All in all, its a damn fine knife for the price.
The knife is flawless, very sharp.
Great Steel , razor sharp , very well made knife , sheath not so much !!!!
The handle is well made and fits in my smallish hands well. The blade seems sturdy and the sheath seems good quality. My only gripes are that the blade came somewhat dull and I don't have anything to sharpen it with. Also the clip on the sheath is not locking, so it is basically useless. I had to buy an aftermarket locking clip so the sheath will stay attached to your clothing when you remove the knife.
I was somewhat disappointed when I received the knife and found the eagle head was not even on the knife and will not stay on it. Anytime anyone picks up this knife, they have to be careful of the head falling off.
Fantastic! Could be the perfect knife.
Good looking knife. Nice balance. The tip of the blade is ground uneven, but easily fixed when sharpening. The serrated part of the blade is very sharp but the rest will need a real edge put on. Would make a great gift if properly sharpened first. Nice sheath and has a small round sharpener for MINOR field sharpening.
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