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Cold Steel Pendleton Lite Hunter Black Poly Handle

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  • Replica model of renowned custom knife maker Lloyd Pendleton's most popular model
  • 4.875-inch, high impact polypropylene handle and 4116 German stainless steel blade; includes Cor-Ex sheath
  • 3.625-inch blade length, 8.5-inch overall length, and 2.7-ounce weight
  • Includes limited manufacturer's warranty; details included with purchase
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Cold Steel Pendleton Lite Hunter Black Poly Handle + Cold Steel Roach Belly Polypropylene Handle (Cordura Sheath) + Cold Steel Finn Bear Polypropylene Handle (Cordura Sheath)
Price for all three: $41.36

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Product Description

Product Description

The Pendleton Lite Hunter's appearance strongly resembles the rest of the family with a drop point blade, modest guard, hollowed bolster area and a flared butt to aid retention. The only major changes were the adoption of more affordable 4116 Krupp steel and the use of polypropylene instead of Kraton for the handle.

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Back in 1973, Cold Steel President Lynn Thompson bought the first knife that renowned customer maker Lloyd Pendleton ever made, and the two friends have now collaborated to produce variations of Pendleton's popular Hunter model. In fabricating the knives, Cold Steel has duplicated Pendleton's hand-made work as accurately as possible, with blades honed to a fine keen. Each knife's handle has contours and cross sections exactly mapped to Pendleton's originals, with durable Secure-Ex sheaths.

The Lite Hunter features a drop point blade, modest guard, hollowed bolster area, and flared but to aid retention. German 4116 stainless steel is affordable but high performing, and the Kray-Ex handle holds up to all kinds of environmental and use-based abuses.



Don't let the small size fool you -- the knife offers serious cutting power.

Specifications

  • 3.625-inch blade length
  • 8.5-inch overall length
  • 4.875-inch, high impact polypropylene handle
  • 4116 German stainless steel blade
  • 2.7-ounce weight
  • Includes Cor-Ex sheath

Warranty
All Cold Steel products are warranted against defects in materials and workmanship. Details are included with your purchase.

About Cold Steel
Cold Steel, Incorporated was founded in 1980, with the goal of making the strongest, sharpest cutlery in the world for knife enthusiasts. Over the last three-plus decades, the company has been at the forefront of many design innovations that have helped innovate the knife industry, including introduction of checked Kraton handles, and the tanto point blade styles which have become industry hallmarks of quality and sophistication.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 2 x 2 inches ; 2.7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00322NAE6
  • Item model number: 20SPH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (203 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,379 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.

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Customer Reviews

Came razor sharp and holds a good edge.
Urbanhermit
The handle feels good in the hand and overall the knife is very light weight and practically indestructable.
smithgj
Perfect size or utility knife on camping trips.
Andy.leick

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168 of 175 people found the following review helpful By Robert C. Babcock on June 25, 2012
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Okay, there's not a lot to add to the other 69 reviews of this knife. But after using mine for a little over a year I feel I should "pile on."

First, some perspective. I'm an avid camping, hiker, fisherman & outdoorsman. I'm also a professional chef that moonlights as a pro sharpener. Overall I have upwards of 200 outdoors-type knives, including blades from Busse, Fallkniven, Knives of Alaska, JK Handmade, Bark River, RAT, ESSE, Mora, Helle, etc etc. I have probably 50 customs. And where kitchen knives are concerned my most expensive blade will set you back over $800. Look, I'm not braggin', just putting things in perspective. With over three decades as a knife geek and sharpening more knives than I can count, I have a different perspective on knives than your typical duffer.

So enter the CS Pendleton Lite. Let me admit for the record that I'm not a Cold Steel fan. Lynn Thompson has always struck me as a D-bag and they seem to market primarily to mall ninjas. I'm the last guy you'd expect to find beating the drum for CS. Still, I'm objective enough to recognize a good design when see one.

First off, the materials and construction are pretty pedestrian. The knife comes sharp OOtB, and when I say that I mean usefully sharp. I take my kitchen knives up to 10,000 grit on Chocera stones and follow that with Cubic Boron Nitrate over Kangaroo leather. My kitchen knives will fillet a human hair. This knife will not do that. But it comes sharp enough that I when I test the edge I nod and think to myself like, "yeah, that'll do." Factory edges usually do not impress me.

The handle is cheap but it feels really good. This is some really superb industrial/ergonomic design. If you copied this exact design (as Mr.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Brokenhorse on January 2, 2011
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I bought several of these knives based on the Field and Stream Gear Review. I handed them out as christmas presents for my hunting buddies. I was pretty impressed with the knives overall. They came razor sharp and look to be pretty well built (and very light! excellent for a backpack). The finishing details on the knives may not be as fine as some more expensive knives (there is a very small ridge of material where the handle was molded together, doesn't effect the grip or feel of the knive, just details) But that brings up the price! I think this knife is a steal for the price! I don't believe you can beat it. I recommend it to anyone looking for a good quality knife at a more than reasonable price.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By TB on February 20, 2011
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I read Petzel's review of this knife in Field & Stream and decided to order one for me and 3 for friends. WOW! Knife is unbelievably sharp and after skinning 2 deer it still had a decent edge. It only took 3-4 minutes of sharpening to make it shave again. I have ordered 2 more for myself just in case they quit making them. A true bargain!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Satch on July 8, 2011
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The Cold Steel Pendleton Lite Hunter is an excellent deal.

I bought the Pendleton Mini Hunter, and was quite happy with the quality of it so I figured that I had nothing to lose in trying the Lite Hunter for only $14 shipped.

The blade on the Lite Hunter seems to be of the same quality as blades of more expensive knives in the Pendleton series. Cold Steel clearly cut the cost by using a plain plastic handle, rather than a textured one on the Lite Hunter. This gives the it the feel of a very solid industrial or utility knife, which might be appealing to the pragmatist. The sheath is made from a strong, stiff fabric which holds the knife surprisingly well.

For the price, there's no reason not to stash one of these functional, utilitarian blades every place that you might need a good fixed-blade knife.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Kewc on April 2, 2012
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I was originally looking at several significantly more expensive secondary knives to carry while elk and deer hunting. Somewhat reluctantly I decided to buy the Pendleton Lite, since it was so affordable I figured it was worth the risk. After my first week using the knife during fishing trips and some household chores this is now hands down my favorite fixed blade knife.

The blade design is absolutely perfect for gutting big game animals and is literally sharp as a razor. Straight out of the box it put a 2"x2" bald spot on my arm with one stroke.

The handle is textured Polypropylene, I'm not particularly fond of the handle material but it appears to be durable, slip-resistant, and comfortable. Considering the price tag on the knife this minor detail doesn't deserve any complaints and it doesn't hinder its function and durability.

All things considered, this is by far the best value I've ever seen for a sturdy, razor sharp hunting knife. I bought a couple extras for Christmas and birthdays for my hunting buddies.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By darthmikey on March 11, 2011
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Got this because I was looking for a good plain fixed blade about the same size as some of my bigger folders, and I figured I'd try this before investing in the more expensive Cold Steel Hunters. I'm sold. This is razor (really) sharp, very light, nice useful size. Doesn't feel cheap at all. I've been testing it out in the kitchen first: it's a little thick for veges (it is about the size of a good paring knife but cuts much better), but it trims and shaves meat and poultry like butter. Looking forward to getting the other Pendletons, but this one is a steal at this price. I'll be putting this knife to a lot of use.
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