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Kershaw Machete/Camp Knife.

by Kershaw
399 customer reviews
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Price: $32.80 - $114.17
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Product Description

Kershaw Machete Fixed Blade Knife Carbon/Powdercoat Plain Machete Sheath 10" Rubber Box 1077

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Item model number: 1077-P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (399 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,117 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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147 of 152 people found the following review helpful By Bowser on June 3, 2013
Size: 10-inch Verified Purchase
I've had my Camp 10 (C10) for a couple of weeks now, was able to take it camping over the Memorial Day weekend, and put it to some real testing. I used it for cutting pine boughs and processing them into poles (de-limbing and smoothing) for shelter building, rough hewing and shaping of larger sticks for making smaller tools like batons for splitting firewood, and carving a hearth board for making a friction fire. Despite a few issues, it provides incredible versatility and utility, at a great price.

-Outstanding blade design. Contrary to what some others here have said, this is NOT a Khukri style blade; it is closer to a "Bolo" style, commonly used in the jungles of Central and South America. The outer half of the blade has a convex curve to it, making a great spot for chopping and other heavy cutting tasks. The inner, concave half of the blade is excellent for smaller tasks requiring fine control, such as splitting small branches to make a hearth board for a hand drill or bow drill for doing friction fire-starting. The transition between the two curves creates a 'sweet spot' for doing heavy cutting requiring short but powerful chopping cuts, like for de-limbing branches to make poles for shelter building. It also works well for rough carving and shaping of wood. (Don't expect to do any detail carving or whittling with this beast though!) The blade steel is also a good quality spring-steel, commonly used in combine blades, so it's got to be tough.

-Excellent handle design. The handle is a hard, ABS type of plastic with a softer but still reasonably hard rubber over-molding with a checkered diamond pattern, just like the knurling you'll find on higher end aluminum bodied flashlights and tools.
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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By joshnstuff on August 23, 2013
Size: 10-inch Verified Purchase
I've owned a lot of large blades over the years.
This one has really impressed me, I actually own 2 now.

If you are a into carrying large knives into the field, over an ax,
this may be the one for you.

It feels wonderful in the hand, nice comfortable handle, very grippy.
The ergonomics of the blade alone make it an excellent chopper and its got
a good weight to it.

Both of mine came hair popping sharp, are easy to sharpen, and maintain an edge well.

The sheath is actually pretty nice too, I like it anyway. You can easily rig it to ride
higher by your waist, or lower on your hip. You can adjust the straps on it for right, or
left hand carry, (great for me, because I'm a lefty). You can even adjust it for side carry.
No rattling around either!

Its not as thick as some if its pricier competitors....but I think thats actually an advantage
in this case. The length, weight, and overall design, actually lend this thing to be one of
the easiest large blades I've ever handled, to be used for machete oriented jobs. I really like
this, because when I am out in the field, I often find myself wishing I had a machete with me,
I just can't warrant carrying one along, I need something thats going to be able to split wood as
well, and I just don't feel that a machete is suited to much besides clearing light brush here in the

The end of the blade flairs out a bit in almost kukri fashion, which not only makes it a great chopper,
but also makes it easy to handle as a draw knife, or grip up for small tasks.

The price point is where this thing really shines...and I think blows its competition out of the water.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By JustMyOpinion on May 13, 2014
Size: 18-Inch Verified Purchase
What it is: A quality heavy cutting tool!
What it is not: A machete. (it's really more like a short sword)
It just doesn't get any better than this. If you are looking for a serious and versatile cutting tool for cold to temperate climates stop looking and buy it now. You would be hard pressed to find anything better, This will chop, hack, split, and cut anything you put in front of it. Chops dead-fall better than a hatchet or almost any axe in the price range and clears trails better than a big knife (I'm lookin' at you CS Trailmaster and RTAK II) and clear shrubby stuff like a long handle brush axe... minus the long handle ;) will do anything a machete will for a few swings before your arm gets tired. Leave your other blades at home... you wont be needing them.

- One of the best "Big Blades" available period (Not just for the money)
- Excellent heat treating - perfect temper
- Scary sharp out of box!
- Blade is Full Flat Ground with a nice convex edge and 3/16" thick!
- Nice durable black powdercoat on blade, will wear with time but so far so good
- The injection molded rubber handle is very comfortable in hand and not too "grippy"
- Sheath is not too shiny and and has plenty of attachment points for your pack or MOLLE/PALS gear but this blade WAY too heavy for tactical use!
*Get to feel like Crocodile Dundee "That's not a knife..."

- They try to sell it as a machete which it is not. If you want to swing this thing around all day at thin springy vines and branches or grasses then forget it; it's just too heavy. Buy a tramontina instead or if you are headed for the real jungle get a Condor light machete.
- As other Reviewers have noted the sheath isn't the best.
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