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Cold Steel Pocket Bushman with Stainless Handle


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  • Overall Length: 10.25"
  • Blade Length: 4.50"
  • Blade Material: 4116 Krupp
  • Handle Material: 420
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Cold Steel Pocket Bushman with Stainless Handle + Cold Steel Kudu Lock Folder Knife + Smith's PP1 Pocket Pal Multifunction Sharpener
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Product Description

While it's physically impossible for any folding knife to ever match the strength and rigidity of a fixed blade, we believe our Pocket Bushman, with its new patent pending lock, is close to hitting the mark. The blade is long and wide with a short, sharp, clip point for usefulness and versatility. And it's hollow ground from top to bottom with just enough belly to be useful for all sorts of tasks.For the handle, we used the mono block construction method famously used in the French Douk Douk line of knives. There are several advantages to using the mono block. It's simple to mass-produce, and, since there are no liners, handle scales or back spacers, the end result is quite affordable. A single sheet of stainless steel is folded in half to form a housing for the closed blade, as well as supplying the enormous strength and rigidity required to compliment our Ram Safe™ lock.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 4 x 3.2 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • ASIN: B001DZT4WQ
  • Item model number: 95FB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (108 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,656 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It is a VERY well made, very simple knife.
Bob
I have long been a fan of Cold Steel, it is good to see that the quality remains in their less expensive products, the same as the pricier ones.
Jack Penland
The thumbstud is a little hard to use because it isnt a "quick" opener but it can be opened with one hand.
Hubie

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

45 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Gregory L. Coleson on October 26, 2010
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It is insulting that some out dated and now worthless reviews still remain to disgrace this most excellent and upgraded addition to the COLD STEEL line of inexpensive hunting knives. This complete stainless steel version is not to be compared with the previous aluminum handle version. The locking mechanism is as durable as the solid metal the knife is made of. With the blade locked in place when open the knife functions very much the same as any good fixed blade knife. Closing the blade does take the right amount of skill but is easy enough with practice and hasn't shown any sign of failure with the constant heavy use I've already put it through. The blades 4116 stainless steel comes razor sharp and will shave the hair off your arm so be smart when using it. Don't waste money on other junk throw away knives of the same price. I know knives, swords and fine machines tools and this is a very impressive find.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By T. Okuno on September 2, 2010
The mechanism was too stiff for me (very hard to open one-handed using the thumb-stud, and it was difficult to get a good enough purchase on the blade to pull the release in the opposite direction to open the lock) so after working the blade to loosen the spring (to no avail) I cut the spring down a couple coils; problem solved.

The cord was a necessary evil, because it provided grip to release the blade lock, but would get in the way of the blade closing.
Cutting the spring down allowed me to remove the cord because of the lighter release; much better.

It requires two hands to close the blade, but I haven't minded that enough to figure out a way to operate it one-handed.

I especially like the long blade (much handier around a campsite than a typical folder), and how slim it is. I slip it into a back pocket and forget it's there.

The blade's clip point and sharpness make it a helpful tool for this home handyman. In fact, last night I was running cat-5 and abused the knife a little to carve out some wallboard, clear out a hole-saw, cut the sheathing, punch down the wires, and trim off the wire ends (too lazy to rummage around and find the proper tools).

The clincher is the low price. The quality of materials, simplicity of design, and overall ruggedness for such a low prices makes this a terrific value, and if I ever lose, break, or wear down this knife, I'll buy another.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By cronedawg on May 23, 2011
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After A couple of years of searching for a suitable hunting knife, I decided to purchase the Cold Steel Pocket Bushman. Verdict---Perfect.

This knife has the perfect design to it. It's simple, practical, and although fixed blade knives really do stand out for hunting knives, this is an extremely close second.
For a "Folding Knife", this is in a league of it's own. There are no bells and whistle's, which makes this great. Simplicity is the key. I've read reviews saying the one-hand opening is tough. It's a little tight, which is better, for it wont open when you don't want it to. You do need to keep the lanyard cord to pull the back, however paracord can be bought about anywhere, so if you wont something to wrap around the wrist, pick some up and make the lanyard a little longer.

All Pro's....No Con's
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Libbo on March 15, 2009
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Wow, this is one big knife.

Pros:

Giant blade- this is quite litterally a folding sheath knife. Its blade is as long as many fixed blades including the Gerber Big Rock, and the fixed Griptilian (Benchmade).

Super lock- When you lock this blade down, you know it's not going any where. The strenghth is comparable to a full tang fixed blade, and better than a cheap hollow handle survival knife.

Pocket clip- nice pocket clip keeps the knife where you want for easy access.

Thumb stud- While this is no switch blade, it can be opened one handed quite easily with the thumb stud. However, the thumb stud is very small, so opening the knife one handed to many times will give you blisters.

Razr Sharp- super sharp, cut through just about anything.

Cons-

Snap lock- When the knife locks in place, the lock snaps up, and will easily pinch your fingers

Lanyard- While the string makes it very easy to close the knife, it often gets caught between the knife and the handle.

Slick- While the aluminum handle makes this knife look very good, it is very slippey when wet.

Overall, this is a great knife to keep in your back pocket while camping, hunting, etc. And while I have never had to, and hopefully never will, I'm quite sure this knife would make a scary effective weapon in situations that would require combat.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Atlantic Trails on May 18, 2011
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I heartily stand behind Cold steel and all of their products, especially in the lower price ranges. I've purchased knives in this range before, but never have I ended up with such a durable product! The Pocket Bushman definitely stacks up to the legendary quality of it's big brother, the Bushman.

At 10.25" overall, this is by no means a small knife. To some it may be too large for everyday carry, but it suits me, as I generally carry a similarly sized fixed blade. The RamSafe Lock is extremely tight and allows for no play in the blade at all. Making the blade handle like a fixed blade. The one piece folded steel handle fits my large hands well, allowing for a good grip in a number of different grips. It isn't a fast opening knife like some tactical folders or liner locks. In my experience, speed sacrifices strength and rigidity at this price point.

For less than $75, you can barely find a stronger or better quality knife. For less than $50, forget it. This is the best there is. Buy one, you won't regret it.
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