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  • Cold Steel 20CBL Canadian Belt Knife, Polypropylene Handle, Cordura Sheath
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Cold Steel 20CBL Canadian Belt Knife, Polypropylene Handle, Cordura Sheath


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  • Blade Detail: Plain Edge; Blade Length (inches): 4.00; Blade Material: 4116;
  • Carry System: Cordura Nylon Sheath; Handle Material: Polypropylene; Overall Length (inches): 8.50;
  • Special Features: N/A;
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Cold Steel 20CBL Canadian Belt Knife, Polypropylene Handle, Cordura Sheath + Cold Steel Roach Belly Polypropylene Handle (Cordura Sheath) + Cold Steel Pendleton Lite Hunter Black Poly Handle
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Product Description

ATTRIBUTES Blade Detail: Plain Edge Blade Length (inches): 4.00 Blade Material: 4116 Krupp Carry System: Cordura Nylon Sheath Handle Material: Polypropylene Overall Length (inches): 8.50

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 3 x 2.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0015ZSU8I
  • Item model number: 46529
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,036 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The knife came fairly sharp with a nice sheath that holds the knife nicely.
Robert K. Halstead
The knife worked well for skinning rabbits, and helped in the processing of several chukars and pheasants.
Leon Pantenburg
It holds an edge very well and is easy to sharpen, (I use a ceramic rod sharpening system).
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Chris Brenan on December 9, 2008
Very nice knife. The blade comes razor sharp out of the box, nice polish on the stainless steel. The handle has a good contour to it, feels good in hand. The pictures make this knife seem diminutive, but it's pretty decently sized. Very sharp point on it. I have no idea how far the tang extends into the handle, so no promises on strength, but around $10...who could really complain much?

The sheath is decent, stiff cordura, pouch style. It might loosen over time, but currently the tightness of the fit (knife into sheath) would preclude it sliding out of the sheath, a concern I had. It's gripped in there quite nicely. Nothing special belt loop on it for attachment.

If you like the looks of this knife, get it. It comes recommended.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By FGOrr on July 12, 2011
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Canadian belt knives just fit perfectly in your hand and make great all around utility knifes. This knife is a great deal for the price, thus the five stars. We use ours primarily in the kitchen and garden. I have also given these to the kids to use on the trail / bush.

The Grohmann original is the knife that these are patterned after. If you like the Cold Steel knife I recommend that you save up and get the full tang original or the Grohmann boat knife which has more of a point. They both are quality knives which take the design and utility of the the Cold Steel Canadian Belt knife to a much higher level but cost $50 - $65. I have both and I do not think that you will regret the investment in either.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By kyleyadon on April 18, 2012
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When I graduated high school my father gave me a D.H. Russel knife. That knife, which is the original make that this cold steel knife was made after, has gone everywhere with me. I have used it for numerous tasks from slicing food and spreading butter, to cutting rope, opening cans, and carving wood. That knife has filled every possible use that a knife can. The cold steel version that I now own, takes everything that's good in the original and makes it better. The cold steel knife is lighter than the original, has a better fit to the hand and positive grip with the synthetic handle. It has better edge retention, and a finer point. And the notches on the back of the blade for your thumb are more pronounced on the cold steel knife giving your thumb better purchase on that area which allows better control of the knife. The design of the original knife was genius, the cold steel version elevates it to near perfection.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By P. Gallo on November 27, 2009
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I love this style knife, and until Cold Steel came out with a very reasonably priced version, your only choice was to spend $60+ on a Grohmann or Russell (not that they are not VERY well made). This knife is a great hunting/skinning/caping knife, and an awesome value!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. Boutilier VINE VOICE on October 1, 2011
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What you get for your money is something that is similar in design to and looks close to the original. You get a nicely finished very sharp blade with a plastic handle and nylon sheath. Its much lighter than the original.

But the original costs about 6x as much so there are differences. This copy uses thinner blade material that is stamped rather than forged. This is a half tang design with the metal only going about half way down the handle where the original is full tang. The original has beautiful rosewood and brass handles which obviously cost more, but some may prefer the plastic handle for utility. The fit and finish is no where near the original but it's still good for the price.

This is not as sturdy as the original, nor would I expect it to hold up as well under use. But it could be ideal for light or occasional use, or use under conditions likely to result in damage or loss to any knife. This knife provides most of the utility of the original and costs a lot less.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A. Stegner on January 15, 2011
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This knife is cheap, you have to understand that. Its not a pry bar, its not a survival knife it has a thin blade and a thin handle. The blade is razor sharp and it comes with a handy little sheath. I gave this blade to my girlfriends father for Christmas. He skins deer part time and told me that this knife made his job alot easier.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Rocks on March 17, 2011
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I love this knife. I carry it everywhere with me. It is useful for many different applications from cooking, to carving. It was sharp right out of the box as is the case with every other Cold Steel knife I have purchased. It feels great in my hand and is perfectly balanced. The best part about it is how versatile it is and it's legal to carry (at least in VA). The steel is high quality especially when you consider the price. It holds an edge very well and is easy to sharpen, (I use a ceramic rod sharpening system). I will most likely buy a few more of these. This knife would make a wonderful gift for any knife collector or hunter. The blade and handle are both 4 inches long.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bob from Texas on September 14, 2012
I really like this shape knife for camping. It it a great value. It is very handy for kitchen chores when I'm camping. The molded handle is very easy to keep clean. The stainless steel takes a good edge and holds it fairly well. The sheath is okay. I use fray check on the seams on this style knife sheath to help prevent unwanted unraveling or fraying. The sheath is a good match for the use of the knife.

One of my Canadian belt knives usually goes with me when I am camping. For the price this one is tough to beat.
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