Condor Terrasaur

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  1. trafficjuzz

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    just received a package with the condor terrasaur in it so i wanted to share some impressions...

    i like the overall profile, a simple utilitarian design...
    it won't shave hair on my forearm out of the box, but it is not blunt either...fit and finish could be a little bit better, but nothing serious, only cosmetic issues..

    handle feels comfortable, but what does surprise me a little bit, is that the bottom part of the handle (where your fingers are when holding the knife in a hammer grip) is more rounded/ wider than the top part of the handle, where a lot of pressure is distributed to your palm (or your fingers when using a chest lever grip) when cutting..this might hurt after a few power cuts...i like the bottom and top of the handle to be equal and prefer a shape which distributes the pressure as evenly as possible..

    anyway i will make my opinion after I have used it for a bit.. if you have the terrasaur please feel free to share your opinions..thank you!

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  2. MrFixIt

    MrFixIt Old Jarhead LB#42 Supporter Bushcraft Friend Bushclass I

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    Looking forward to hearing your observations.
     
  3. Winterhorse

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    I’m also curious about that knife.
     
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  4. SC T100

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    Looking forward to the review! I don't need another fixed blade, or another Condor (I have a Stratos and Tavian), but I am not sure I'll be able to resist the orange Terasaur if it's a good knife.
     

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