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Camillus Titanium Bonded Carnivore Machete, Camouflage, 18-Inch


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  • Titanium bonded
  • Full tang 440 stainless steel
  • Multi-grind blade
  • Chisel, cutting and sawing
  • Integrated wire cutter
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Product Description

Full Tang 440 Stainless Steel, Titanium Bonded, Multi-Grind Blade, ABS Handle, 12" Blade with Chisel, Cutting, Sawing and Wire Cutter Capabilities. Includes Sheath. Lifetime Warranty.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 2.2 x 0.9 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B007FUOIHY
  • Item model number: 19074
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,613 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

As others have said, the blade broke the first time I used it.
Ken
It can hack down small trees, cut wires, and is the best tool I've ever tried for splitting the breast bone when cleaning the deer.
Luke Bonner
Strong metal, nice feel to the handle, and very strong and unique shealth.
casey schott

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Erik Sun on December 31, 2013
this is definitely the worst machete I've ever purchased. I hit a branch and the blade snapped in half. I would NOT trust this go with a ka-bar instead. What's worse is the company does NOT respond to customer emails even though this blade is "lifetime warranty."
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By M. Cheshire on March 10, 2013
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The blade on this is a great design and seems durable, but the two bolt handle is junk despite it being a "full" tang through the bolts. New out of the box it has a side to side wobble between blade and handle, but forward to back motion feels solid. I like the blade though, so I may end up making another handle for it if (should probably say 'when') this handle breaks.

Follow up. The handle didn't break, but it did develop a crack, and after looking at the tang inside the handle again, I decided just to wrap the handle and continue using it, instead of wasting the time making a new grip. Good call. The small tang broke on a hike clearing small branches, and I've not used this any worse than the cheap coleman machetes I've bought and abuse at work much worse than this has seen. Save your money. Of all the types of knives and cutting tools that should have a tang the width of the handle, a machete should be at the top of the list. At the very least it should be thick enough to handle the abuse expected of a machete, especially with a thick, heavy blade. It's a shame. The blade itself was a nice design. I'm still going to try and salvage what's left somehow.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By John D. Barber on August 23, 2014
Took the Camillus Carnivore on a three day AT backpacking trip. This product looks very nice but was totally forth less to me. The blade was very dull. The blade is not a full tang or you would see the blade on both sides of the handle. It has less then a 1/2 inch wide tang that runs through the middle of the handle. The blade will break inside the handle as it has less than 1/4 inch of metal on each side of the rib bits that secure the blade to the handle. I would not use this as an axe to chop with. The blade may fly off at the handle and hit you or someone around you. Other than a nice look and great case they should fire the designer and field test their products before selling it to the public. I hope no one gets a serious injury from this product. If the blade begins to whopple don't use it. The tang is broken at the rib bits in the handle. Take it back to Walmart and get your money back. John
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ken on July 6, 2014
Should have read reviews before I purchased. As others have said, the blade broke the first time I used it. Was using it to clear brush at the lease and broke the blade near the end. A half moon shaped chip, about an inch long and a half inch deep. Note, that I was only using it to clear brush, I have a woodsman and a ax for thicker stuff. A shame to because it's a nice looking machete. I hope that they pull these from the shelves.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Stephen G. Wilkins on March 8, 2013
ok so i got this knife in trade and i had it for a while and so i was like hey this aint bad so i used it for 3 days ant then i hit one tree and the tang broke on the inside of the knife so its useless unless u can fix things so save ur money for a real full tang knife......... it sucks.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Staack on December 19, 2013
I received this machete as a gift, and it failed within a few days of VERY LIGHT usage. I suspect there's something wrong with their 440A steel. After light usage, the tang broke high up inside the grip. After opening the handle up, I could see that it broke second-from-the top rivet hole. The tang is so narrow, that the rivet hole is over half the width of the tang. There was only 1/8th of an inch of steel on one side of the rivet hole, and 1/4 of an inch on the other side. The steel snapped completely right across this point. On the other two rivet holes, there was already signs of fatigue. Inspecting the blade, I saw there were also signs of fatigue at the top, near the hook. Again, this was after an hour of ~VERY~ light usage.

Since it was already broken beyond use, we decided to beat it up, and were able to break it straight across the blade, near the top of the "saw teeth." The saw isn't really a saw, just standard serrations you'd find on a pocket knife. I checked some reviews, and several other people had similar experiences. TheGearTester had nearly the exact same break as mine did, after light usage. My handle was darker, and was purchased much more recently, so this probably isn't an isolated problem - it seems like a design flaw.

Yeah, I heard "but it's only $25 ~ $30." But I've gotten way better performance from cheaper machetes, which were a more traditional design. I have a full tang 1095 steel (a more appropriate spring steel for a machete - it doesn't hold as fine an edge as 440C stainless, but it's a machete, not a pocket or craft knife) that I've abused for years, from Ontario Knife Company, which cost five bucks less. They still make it today, it's still a few dollars less than the seemingly-defective Carnivore.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By puddle on August 14, 2012
I BOUGHT THIS ITEM RECENTLY AND SO FAR I'VE BEEN VERY IMPRESSED WITH THE QUALITY AND BALANCE OF THE BLADE, IT ALSO HAS A GREAT FEEL. NOT TOO HEAVY BUT STILL ABLE TO CHOP 6IN TREES IN A FEW STROKES. GREAT FOR CLEARING BRUSH AND SMALL TREES. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT.
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