Condor Tool and Knife Fixed Blade Knives

Condor Tool and Knife Fixed Blade Knives
Condor Tool and Knife Gurado Tanto knife
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nice knife---just right size for my intended purpose. Good quality

This is a very nice knife for sure. The only reason for a 4 and not 5 stars is that the finish on the blade scratches right off leaving a lot of shiny.

I carried the M9 bayonet in Desert Shield Desert Storm to me it's a great weapon & tool combined into one sheath it fills good in your hand if you have to use it and it's easy to keep sharp I kept mind sharp enough you could shave with it, again a Great Knife thank you for the chance to own one my self.

Great knife it has nice weight to it and nice edge. Highly polished and the handle feels good and it is huge. I love it !!!! Thank you Knife Depot !!!

I am a profesional visual artist and I have these in my studio for lunch and such. They do what is advetised, but kindda poorly. The shape of the spork is a fairly uncomfortable, but not painful, to shovel food into your face.

This knife is a tank, the single heavest knife I have ever handled. It is balanced to use in whatever way you need it to without any interference from the blade. My only complaint is the sheath. As a smaller guy(5'7"-145) it has been dificult to adjust the belt loop to rest on my hip without becoming a nuisance. Other than that, this fucker is a badass. Tien Bein!

What can I say - It's a Buck! Excellent feel and of course very sharp. I have owned many Buck knives over the years (I'm 69) and I have never been disappointed.

A damn good knife for the price! I wish they would do away with that stupid waste of blade length; the finger choil! I mean, if the handle were there in the first place you would have the same thing! They should at least make it optional. How about saw-teeth on the spine? Adds one more function with no extra weight. Another improvement I would like is a divot in the handle to use as a bearing block for a fire bow. The handle is a soft material so just drilling one with a large bit is not an option but maybe a stainless steel cup could be inserted for that purpose. To me, that is essential on an outdoorsman's knife like this. As for the sheath, I prefer Kydex; it's more secure, immune to the weather and often can be worn in several positions. Nonetheless, a good choice for the budget-minded.

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