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5 new Assorted Columbian Military Surplus Machete Knives. SLASHED LOW PRICE!Handy grab bag assortment! Wield these blades of varying lengths from 12" to 25", because it's an uncivilized jungle out there! Whack and hack dense foliage to blaze trails. Or use these hand tools to slice open watermelons, coconuts and squash in a single blow! Military-tough steel blades Lengths vary from 12" to 25" Wood or molded handles Combat designed Impact resistant Condition: brand new, never issued. Recruit yours today!!!! Limited Quantities !!!
SKU#: W630C-653294
UPC#: 885344621438

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“Slashed low price”

Now that’s good writing there
I want these bad

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Having 4 sets of these and being a blacksmith who knows a bit:

You could definitely reshape some of these for other purposes, but the main issue is that if you ruin the heat treat, it would be difficult to properly re-heat treat the steel because it is unknown.

It would be preferable to reshape them with methods that don’t heat the steel up more than a couple hundred degrees, but that can be a slow, tedious process.

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If your a blacksmith you would be commenting on this

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Wouldn't *

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Figure out how to spell “you’re”, before you start questioning people.

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Comma goes INSIDE quotation marks. Bad grammar Nazi, BAD!!

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Your mistaken. I dont care a bit. Its funny that it bothers you tho.

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Watch "forged in fire" much? Lol

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Heck, yes! Doesn't everyone?

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But Danny Trejo is Mexican not Columbian ..

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Went from 12.99 to 14.99 to 17.99 now 22.49. I hate tax season.
Bought mine when they were 12.99 and they are actually decent and do need real sharpening, but after that a stone in the pocket will keep you clearing brush for hours until you're covered in bugs and sores.

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You’ll lose your head over these prices!

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It's hard to find the materials in this deal for less than this price.
Would any of you owners recommend using the steel for other knife projects?
I plan to keep a couple "as is" maybe just put my own nice handles on them. I plan to cut the others and/or reshape them for other purposes such as a drawing knife, rocker pizza cutting knife, fleshing knife, and I need a honeycomb wax knife. Depending on the thickness of the blades and chemistry, I have a few more knife and projects I want to make
Would you say the steel or at least some of the necessary properties to at least make a decent tool or knife for some of these various purposes?

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Colombian military surplus? F.A.R.C. neck tested commie cleaver.

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Watch your dick Gomer. A commie is likely to cleave it off.

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Actually one is from the FARC, one is from the paramilitary, one is from the actual military, one is from a coffee plantation, and the last is from a coco field. The coco one tastes the best.

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*Danny Trejo approved

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They are nice, but will need serious work to sharpen them. It almost looks like they were put on a grinder, blade first, in order to dull them. I don't have a belt sander nearby so these are paper weights until I can afford one.

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Cabela's will sharpen them for free!

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The wooden handled ones are real tools, quality useful machetes made of high carbon steel. The plastic handled ones are cheap, lightweight thin toys made of shiny brittle stainless that has been mockingly fashioned in the shape of a real machete.

update: After using them clearing land I am so impressed with two of them that this deal is a steal at this price even with the few shiny throw away ones they send. The long scimtar tipped one and the cane knife both cut so very well after sharpening. Easy to safely control the swing for precisely aimed deep cuts. A fast swing isn't required, the thin kerf and deep belly in the sweet spot drive them deep and straight. They don't turn in the cut or bounce off, allowing you to keep your own limbs while removing woody limbs.

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I agree completely. 3 of the 5 are basically throw-a-ways. The other two have held up nicely and, after sharpening, have surprisingly maintained their edge after a handful uses through some fairly dense thickets.

For those who may be looking for a pretty good belt sharpener that won't break the bank, you may want to take a look at the offerings from Work Sharp. My original belts are holding up quite nicely and have been used on everything from skinning knifes to yard tools. When you need replacement belts, they can usually be found for less than $10 on Amazon.

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These are the real deal. Long time manufacturers - at less than $5 bucks per. 5 is a lot, but can you have too many machetes?

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just recieved my knives for this deal....better than expected and plan to order another set.

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what's the best way to put an edge on these, grinder wheel?

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belt sander...

sorry my own up vote was an accident...

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Just ordered a set. Can't have too many machetes.

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agreed!
i'm constantly looking for the best/better design for various tasks on the farm...

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I have no use for a machete... but ill take 5 please. Im a sucker for military surplus deals.

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I love this deal. I got it last year and wasn't disappointed. I got it again now because i gave 3 of them away last time.

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The deal is back! Reviews are great on this grab bag of knives, but comments point out they will come without much of an edge, which is normal for machetes.

I already have both a Condor Parang Machete and a Condor Village Parang, both with beautiful leather sheaths, that are way too nice to use in the field, IMHO. I have a nice Tramontina El Salvador Machete that I do use. Still, I want these knives/machetes to play with. I hope they are still in stock next month when I have some extra spending cash.

Let the Zombie Apocalypse begin!

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