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Cold Steel Finn Bear Polypropylene Handle (Cordura Sheath)

4.4 out of 5 stars 110 customer reviews
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  • Blade Thickness: 2.5 mm
  • Handle: 4 1/2" Long High Impact Polypropylene
  • Blade Style: Drop Point
  • Steel: German 4116 Stainless
  • Sheath: Cor-Ex Sheath
  • Blade measures 4-Inch
  • Overall measures 8 1/2-Inch
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Product Description

Reflecting the best of its Finnish heritage, the Finn Bear is an extremely affordable version of our popular Sisu. It's ideal for hunting, fishing or camping trips, and makes an efficient utility knife as well! The German 4116 Stainless blade is hollow ground and given an Rc hardness of 56-57, so it will hold a good edge and is easy to re-sharpen. Its blade shape is centuries old and practical because of its good sturdy point for piercing and long belly for skinning, cutting and carving. It's big and strong enough to skin a Moose, yet thin and delicate enough to slice a tomato or cut up an apple. The Finn Bear has a straight handle with a slightly ribbed texture for traction. Its modified diamond cross section will fit your hand like a glove and accommodate a wide variety of gripping methods. It's made of tough Polypropylene, so it's impervious to the elements and won't swell, shrink, rot or crack.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 3 x 2.2 inches ; 2.7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000Q99RXG
  • Item model number: 20PC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (110 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #145,936 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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I like Cold Steel's products, and this is no exception. I thought I would hate the unusual shape, but it isn't bad. The knife was VERY sharp, right out if the package. It fits perfectly in the supplied sheath. The blade is a good shape for most outdoor work. The handle is polypropelene, which is usually a little slippery. I've tried some of Cold Steel's other knives with the black plastic handles and found them hard to hold onto, but this one has ridges all along its length and is easy to hold securely. The "teardrop" shaped cross-section of the handle takes some getting used to, but again it's okay.

The real problem with this knife is its competition. You can get a Mora with a stainless blade for almost exactly the same money. It will have a better sheath and a more comfortable and secure handle. So, I don't see much point in buying the Cold Steel offering, unless you just prefer its looks.
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Excellent little knife for the price..... I use it anytime I go hunting,fishing, or hiking. Only thing I'd watch out for is the sheath or should I say pouch in comes with. Your gonna need to break in a bit. So be careful when placing the blade back. Its a tight fit and if ya get impatient like I did your liable to cut yourself. And contrary to some of the other reviews at least with the knife I received the blade was very sharp. Hope that helps.
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I bought this knife for hunting and for keeping in my pack when I camp. I read the great reviews and had been told that it was like an American version of a Mora. I found this was further from the truth than I hoped, On the Mora which I Love, the Handles are inexpensive but great for a plastic handle because of the super grippy rubber/silicone of the insert and the substantialness of it. This knife, it doesn't have the insert and it is poorly contoured... I'll explain

The handles on most knives taper slightly because towards the hilt to drive your hand into the hilt giving you a firmer grip and allowing you to use the tip of the blade. This handle tapers but there is no hilt to hold your hand. This handle actually forces your hand into the blade when you use the tip. On the original Finn bear the handle was made to grip your hand so it wasn't a problem.

This knife is actually dangerous if you are trying to use the tip of the blade!!!!

The Blade is great, comes pretty sharp as do most Cold Steel's, It is very easy to sharpen with a Smiths stone (I use Medium because it keeps the micro-serrations of the blade for cutting meat) I like the knife, don't get me wrong but you need to be very careful when using it, I think they need to either re-contour the handle or make it from over-molded Silicone to make a good knife a Great Knife
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Bought this knife for deer skinning and general hunting purposes. It came to my house very sharp and held it's edge very well through everyhing from string to potatoes, and skinning a deer. Needs a touch up now but for less than $15.00 it is a great deal.
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Great knife! I can shave arm hairs with it right out of the box. It's not a Scandinavian grind, but it's one sharp blade. I bought a Martiini puuko on a trip to Finland but don't want to abuse it since it's a mix of folk art and memento. Enter this knife. I always wanted a Tapio Wirkkala puukko but can't justify spending $200 on a knife. This workhorse is light, stainless, and sharp as can be. The snug sheath is a faithful, synthetic version of a puukko sheath. Like others have advised, take a moment to open the sheath up a little before you put try to insert the knife. This knife isn't meant to be tacticool, it's meant to recreate with modern materials a style that helped tough people survive in a tough climate for over 1,000 years. And, it costs you less than 15 bucks for a millennium of R&D.
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This is an awesome knife for the money! It has cracked through 2 deer pelvises while field dressing, punched through bucket lids for syrup making, cut through everything I have put in its path, helped process meat, and flesh hides, has been used to start a fire without matches, and processed wood for a fire that I thought would be too big for it to handle. I don't recommend that last one, but mine has come out alright. It's pretty sharp out of the box, but with a little work I could shave the hair off my arm with it. I don't think it's full tang, so fair warning there, but if you manage to break it which seems pretty hard to do, it's not like you have to take a loan out at the bank to replace it. In essence buy it, you won't be sorry!
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I like knives. I buy an occasional knife to use in the shop/garage and out on the boat. For the boat, due to the corrosive nature of the salt water, I only buy stainless blades that won't rust too easily for general outdoor use. This Finn Bear is a good general use stainless bladed knife for this purpose and can cut bait with the best of them. It needs a hole in the handle to tie around the wrist when out on the water, but alas it does not have a hole. I will drill one in the end of the handle for this purpose. The Finn Bear is an extremely affordable version of the Cold Steel Sisu(tm). It would work for the hunter as a utility knife or for camping. It's OK.
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