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    Thumbs up Camillus Bushcrafter knife

    New Camillus Bushcrafter 95.00 shipped, pretty nice knife glad Camillus decided to make this one in the states. contact me at brian@a1tactical.com


    SOLD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! thanks for looking, if anyone else is interested I can get more price stands at 95.00 shipped CONUS
    Blade Length: 4"
    Blade Steel: 1095 High Carbon Steel
    Overall Length: 8.5"
    Handle Material: Brown Canvas Micarta
    Sheath Material: Leather
    Weight: 6.3 oz., 8.7 oz. with Sheath
    Made in the USA
    Heat colored flint grey blade finish
    Back of blade throws hot sparks
    Scandi ground blade
    Slotted lanyard hole
    Saddle skirting sheath with belt loop
    Leather strap doubles as bow drill string
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    Looks like a nifty skinning knife. I may hafta add that to my wish list.

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    Nice looking blade. Glad to see more makers using carbon steel.

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    Have this good looking knife. It's a hefty chunk of steel with a good design that is comfortable in the hand and a very nice sheath. Unfortunately, the blade has a hardness somewhere around that of a warm popsicle with a distinct tendency for edge flaking regardless of angle, method etc. Just seems like a bad piece. Anyway it's going back. Ant similar experiences?

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    been eyeing this for quite a while just hard because there a few others blades around the same price or less that its hard to choose.

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    I messed with one of these and really liked how it felt in the hand. Took a wicked edge. Great knife for the money IMHO
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    Thumbs up Camillus comes through on this one.

    Bought one of these about a year or so ago just to play with, the price was right. Anyway this little American Made bushcraft knife takes a wickedly sharp edge. I have not beat on it granted , but have used it for general camp chores and it does all admirably. Not sure what they sell for now , but I got mine from amazon for $75.00 and free shipping. It now rides in my drivers side door pocket as an emergency knife. Nothing really bad to say about it. I would recommend it for anyone on a budget wanting a solid user. I did get rid of the leather latigo lace on the sheath it really just gets in the way. Hopes this helps.

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