Condor Tool & Knife 60005 Blasted Satin Blade with Micarta Handle Bushlore Camp Knife and Leather Sheath, 4-5/16-Inch

March 4, 2019 - Comment

The Bushlore Survival Knife from Condor Tool and Knife traces its proud history back to 1787, the year Gerb Weyesburg Company was founded in Solingen, Germany. The quality of the swords, military knives, agricultural tools and household cutlery they manufactured made Solingen the cutlery capital of the world. In 1964, the company formed Imasca with

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The Bushlore Survival Knife from Condor Tool and Knife traces its proud history back to 1787, the year Gerb Weyesburg Company was founded in Solingen, Germany. The quality of the swords, military knives, agricultural tools and household cutlery they manufactured made Solingen the cutlery capital of the world. In 1964, the company formed Imasca with a new plant in Santa Ana, El Salvador and filled it with state of the art German equipment. Some of the original local employees who were sent to Solingen for extensive training forty years ago are still working in the factory today, turning out the finest quality machetes, shovels and other hand tools. In 2004, Imasca developed a first quality line of tools and knives for the North American and European outdoor markets and Condor Tool and Knife was born. Blasted satin finish is achieved by sand or bead blasting the exposed metal portion of the blade. Micarta handle scales are extremely durable and weather resistant. Handle scales are held securely by two brass rivets. Handle has piped lanyard hole. Includes leather sheath.

Product Features

  • blasted satin finish
  • sand or bead blastingis exposed to the metal portion of the blade
  • micarta handle scales are extremely durable and weather resistant
  • handle scales are held securely by two brass rivets
  • handle has piped lanyard hole
  • Handle: Micarta
  • Blade Material: 1075 HIGH CARBON STEEL
  • Blade Finish: Blasted Satin

Comments

Anonymous says:

Warped blade? Must be a one-off manufacturing issue? Product Review edit included I truly was excited awaiting the arrival of the Condor Bushlore. So, it was an extra disappointment when the knife arrived and the blade was warped! I read reviews that it might arrive needing sharpening, but that’s not an issue. I read that the grind might be uneven, but you can also fix that. But, not straight? That’s a bummer. I normally buy Mora knives, but I was looking for a full tang option that had an honest price tag, and all arrows pointed to the Condor Bushlore. I’ve ordered…

Anonymous says:

great bushcraf knife, but keep it oiled Blade is easy to sharpen, but doesn’t need it much. The micarta handle is very grippy when wet. The traditional high-carbon steel will spark a ferro rod, but will also rust unless you keep it oiled. The sheath is very nice leather, but takes a while to dry, leading to corrosion. All in all, a great knife for the price- I beat the heck out of it, and if it ever breaks while batoning through wood, I’ll grind it into a dive knife and buy another!

Anonymous says:

Buck = Bang I like this knife a lot. Now that it’s in my hand, it’s a bit bigger than I had imagined, but I’m not complaining! The micarta has a nice grainy/layered look and is of decent quality and craftsmanship, although there is some staining from whatever adhesive/epoxy they used on the scales just around the brass pins and along the tang, as well as a couple spots that aren’t quite sanded/ground perfectly symmetrical. Again, not (really) complaining. The micarta also darkens up significantly when wet…

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