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I've always loved Ka-Bar knives! I take them backpacking with me and have never had a problem. This machete is well-made as well and is easy to attach to a frame pack when... Read morePublished 2 months ago by IrixGuy
This tool has much more cutting power than it looks. Also it comes out of the sheath in a flash. It is easy to replace back into sheath than the other designs. Read morePublished 2 months ago by roland bottino
I own a Big Brother. It was made in Olean, New York. I wanted to expand my collection of Ka-Bar because I like the quality of my Big Brother. Read morePublished 2 months ago by BWrob
After some heavy use on hardwoods, the main area of the blade is experiencing small chipping/pitting. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Adam L. Rogers
For a short, stiff machete intended for use in environments common in N America, this is a great tool. Incidentally, it also makes a very nice thrower with good balance.Published 4 months ago by Guy Smiley!
Ok. First off it is kind of a hybrid tool. It is too short for a traditional machete to hack your way through the woods. On the other hand it works well as a quasi-hatchet. Read morePublished 4 months ago by outdoorsman123
Only negative is that it is not made in the USA, but well made and very useful. Well balanced and rugged. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bob Bigaouette
I bought this knife as a cheaper substitute for William Fairbairn's "Smatchet", as it is almost exactly the same size--although very different in design. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Raymond Miller
This thing is awesome. It was highly recommended by a friend. It chops wood better than an axe and its easier to carry. HIGHLY recommend this! Be careful... its sharp!Published 6 months ago by Mikael Bertani