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    recently got the chance to purchase one of the newly released thai enep camp knives from condor. I took it to the woodpile to work with me a few days after i got it and here are some of my inital thoughts. good weight, handfillling grip, thick sharp edge. Right, so overall i was pleased the few hours i spent with the enep camp knife. The only problem i had with it was one of the pins started to work it's way out, nothing i couldn't fix with a bit of glue. so no big deal to me. i Believe in time i will most likely strip and rehandle the blade in micarta. I do really like this blade shape, it's got a great sweet spot. i have picked up a few condor blades over the past year and have nothing but pleased with them. cheap, fun the modd and make personal, decent quality. just great working blades for those of us that live a blade culture. I see more in my future.
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    eitherway it's always a good day when you got a skink in your wood pile



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    That's a nice looking blade! It's always good to see pics of knives other than the stock ones on all the sellers' websites. I was just looking at some Condor knives today, and the Enep caught my eye. Looks like I need to do some price comparisons now. Thanks.
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    I wish someone would do a video review of the Thai enep machete.... The bigger version of that same
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    Quote Originally Posted by disduster View Post
    eitherway it's always a good day when you got a skink in your wood pile
    Get me your address, and I'll send you all of them your heart desires. We're covered up with them 'round here. Blue-tailled variety mainly.

    I've been super impressed with the Condor offerings I have, and I'm prolly gonna add a few more. That Enep looks like a keeper.

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    Thanks for sharing, I want to get me a Condor one day, still not sure which model.

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    That blade looks thick. How thick is it?

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    I like that blade, what is your source of purchase, if I may ask?
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    Quote Originally Posted by looker1995 View Post
    That blade looks thick. How thick is it?

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    Overall Length: 17 and 1/2"

    Blade Length: 11 and 1/2"

    Steel: 1075 High Carbon

    Thickness: 1/4"

    Weight: 1.3 lbs



    Quote Originally Posted by MJDavis View Post
    I like that blade, what is your source of purchase, if I may ask?
    i got it from
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    great review- I really like my condor Parang - next to a cs latin 18"....i beleive the parang is 1/4 inch thick also- from tang to tip.


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    Nice looking steel.

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