Condor Tool and Knife Varan 8-Inch Drop Point Blade, Polypropylene Handle, Black Leather Sheath
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- The finest quality cutlery and tools
- 54 sculpted vents
- Replaceable soft pads
- Handle: High Impact Polypropylene
- Blade Material: 1075 HIGH CARBON STEEL
- Blade Finish: Epoxy Black Powder Coating
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Top Customer Reviews
I own over 150 knives and this ones at the bottom third of my list as far as being a favorite.
Big beefy blade.
Nice sheath.. I love the sheath!
Lanyard hole is an asset.
Dull out of the box.This is fixable though.
No point on the tip..More of a chopper and less of a piercer.
Handle is slippery and dangerous! I'lll have to try and fix this before its sharpend up.
Would I buy it again? Probably not.. Is it decent for the price? Yeah... It will work. If your one of those MORAS are the greatest knives ever kinda guys you will like this.. If your an ESEE is the best knife ever kinda guy, you wiil be very disappointed..
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent service from stealth rabbit , varan is big strong tough knife , used it like a machete to hack down a tree in garden just for fun,greatPublished 7 months ago by Adam
Just opened this box on this knife. Initial inspection left me less than thrilled with this Condor knife. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Malandan
Love condor tool and knife products. They are a great value for the money. always come with top quality heavy leather sheaths. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Ray
Excellent design, materials and build quality. Much more substantial in-hand than photos suggest.Published 12 months ago by Tim Chin
I bought this in my search for a small/moderate length chopping tool for mid-latitude forests to go with <6” blade survival knives. Read morePublished 13 months ago by just a guy
Big knife, works fine, and a real nice, heavy duty leather sheath but, the sheath opening is a bit too large to contain the knife. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jim