Description

Available in two blade styles (Standard and Bowie point) both feature curved blades that are ideal for skinning and a multitude of bushcraft chores.
Both come complete with a Secure-Ex sheath which houses a high-quality Ferrocerium Fire Steel.
Unlike the majority of hollow handled knives, there is no joint or seam between the blades and handles, instead the Bushman’s blade and handles are cold forged out of a single piece of SK-5 high carbon steel.
The resulting knives are expertly heat-treated and tempered to RC54 and, when subjected to our tests, have withstood over two tons of pressure on their blade/handle transition.
Every Bushman has been carefully ground to an extra thin edge, and then honed and buffed by hand until razor sharp.
Blade Length: 7"
Steel: SK-5 High Carbon
NEW Secure-Ex Sheath With Ferrocerium Fire Steel
Ferrocerium Fire Steel
ASIN#: B00BD4W54Q
Model number#: BUS

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beautiful

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Uh, no.
Look at the first image full size "Cold Steel - China" says it all right there. Junk.
I have one of the original Cold Steel Tantos from about 1982 or so and it is an awesome piece of knife.
They have yet to make one close to that original tanto....if they did I'd be all over it.
They make a "master tanto" in san mai steel for about $400 and it still is not the equal of that old one I have that cost like $79 back in the day.
Mine actually has a very nice leather sheath....all the new shit, plastic (no matter what fancy name they call it, plastic is plastic).

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Not a fan of China but I have this knife and it's a fucking brute. It's a single piece of rolled steel. It's certainly not junk. This is the type of guy that complains that mosins and sks's aren't $80 anymore. Times have changed. It's a really solid knife.

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