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Camillus Carbonitride Titanium Cuda Black Folding Knife with Quick Release, 9- Inch

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  • Carbonitride Titanium Non-Stick Blade
  • AUS-8 Japanese Steel
  • Hollow-Ground Blade
  • Quick Release CUDA Blade Launch
  • Ergonomic G10 Fiber Handle
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Product Description

Camillus Folding Knives are made from the very best steels with Carbonitride Titanium Blades. These blades are 10x harder than untreated steel and will stay sharper for a longer period of time, while resisting rust, stains and corrosion. Included in the folding knife category are knives that feature Marlin Spikes along with the CUDA® and Lev-R-Lok® lines of quick-action blade knives.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 4.9 x 11.2 inches ; 7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002DT4E62
  • Item model number: 18533
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #115,435 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Doc Ricketts on August 31, 2013
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While the original Camillus went out of business, a fate faced by, and facing, many companies that produce products in the US when there is a sea of much cheaper (and often inferior from a quality perspective) products produced in China/Taiwan, the brand has been revived under new ownership. While these "new" Camillus knives are produced in China/Taiwan, their quality seems to be noticeably higher than your typical mass-produced blades from overseas. Their MSRP reflects this higher quality, but buying from Amazon gets you a much lower price and makes them a rather good value, IF you accept the knife for what it is: a decent quality knife for the price. Let's face it, we live in a global economy. For numerous reasons it is just not possible, nor realistic, for companies to not outsource some of their work. Provided they maintain quality control standards, there is no reason that a company cannot produce a high-quality product in a Taiwanese factory, many "higher-end" knife companies have moved production of at least some of their products to Taiwan to keep prices affordable. As to the knife, the Cuda was a classic from the "old" Camillus line and is reproduced here pretty faithfully. The negative reviews I have seen here do not reflect my experience nor the quality of the two Cudas I have purchased and used. If the negative reviews are honest, I suspect the people writing either 1) got bad knives (which can happen with ANY product aside from custom, one-off, handmade items and while not the most desirable situation, the knife does have a lifetime warranty allowing for any defects to be addressed), 2) they abused the knives, or 3) Camillus fixed problems they had with original iterations of the knife.Read more ›
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Carl on August 18, 2013
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This is sharp as hell. The thumb opener is could use some reengineering. I had to open and close the knife for hours to break it in. It will still give you a blister if you open and close it often. Also the screws at the bottom progressively fell out and got lost.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Scott T. on July 3, 2014
Camillus put a lot of energy and thought into this knife. The blade is based upon the Fairburn-Applegate design for a martial arts fighting system that has been around since the end of World War One. The balance and ergonomics are right. My right handed friends have no problem opening the blade with the lever button on the side. In my case I get it opened with my left hand in a similar fashion. The stainless steel blade is coated with a titanium nitrate protective coating leaving the blade a dark grey almost black color. The titanium side panels are checkered for texture, and do provide a firm grip. The blade opens silently because it has a ball bearing providing pressure, preventing slop. It does not need to be "broken in" like many lock blades do. If you were to purchase the equivalent knife from another manufacturer, you would pay double the cost of this. I actually own 3 of these because I really like them that much.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Orlando on September 3, 2012
This is a great knife for the price. Of course if you want to go out and get a good CRKT, Benchmade, Cold Steel, Kershaw, or Gerber and wanna spend upwards of $100 dollars go ahead. For the price of under $50 bucks this knife holds its own. Its very very sharp...as my index finger found out the hard way. And I do agree that the opening mechanism is a bit hard ( that is the only thing that kept it from 5 stars) but after some lubing and playing with it the knife opens a little easier. I've had mine for about 6 months and it is still sharp. I use it on a daily basis doing law enforcement type duties. It is my back up knife since I carry a cold steel recon 1 however to cut small things I do use my Camillus instead of my recon 1. So like I said great knife for the price and only drawback was the initial problem of it being tough to open.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mark S. Prestash on March 16, 2014
I was introduced to Camillus knives about a year or two ago when Les Stroud of Survivorman started talking about them. Not being one to dive into the pool on the expensive side, and being a guy who likes Kershaw knives quite a bit, I picked up the Cuda to check out the brand. I've had it for over a year and am overall quite happy with the knife. Out of the box the blade is sharp! No need to run it over the sharpening stone. The handle has a nice texture to it so it doesn't slip in your hand too much if wet. The blade has help up remarkably well over time - it shows no signs of rust or corrosion. I've used it quite a bit and the blade sharpness has held up. I do tend to sharpen my knives every couple of months, but this one never needs to much attention. There is a nice hole in the end of the handle for adding paracord or attaching something to the knife if you want.

What don't I like about it? I wish it had a more aggressive finger well, or something to prevent your finger from sliding off the handle onto the blade (it's happened to me so I tend to look for knives that can prevent it from happening). I also don't like how the belt clip position can't be changed. As it is the blade is tip down if you use the clip, and I prefer my clips to hold the knife tip up. Also I wish the knife had a glass breaker on the end of the handle. It's so easy to add on I don't know why more knives don't have it. The biggest issue I have with this knife is the "CUDA quick blade release system". The blade is deployed by moving this "button" down a check mark shaped tract. I know other people have found this to be an effective system for opening the knife, but I'm not one of them. After a year + of owning it still feels stiff & clunky to me.
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