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Ontario Knife 6525 Bushcraft Field Knife, Brown


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  • Full Tang Blade
  • Brushed satin finish
  • Includes nylon sheath
  • 21' paracord lanyard
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Product Description

Ontario Knife Company - Bushcraft Field Knife. Overall length 10.125", Blade length 5", 5160 Blade Steel, Walnut Handle, Includes nylon sheath.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.2 x 3.2 x 2.2 inches ; 3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B00I04Q2Y6
  • Item model number: 6525
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #193,655 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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I do not recommend this knife.
Ken Lawhorn
At that point, though, you will have spent enough money that you might as well have bought a better knife.
Ty
Back to the knife; The finish on the blade and handles is very good.
Jimmie Daniel

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Ty on August 31, 2014
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This is a good, well made knife, but the complete product is not worth the price that is being asked (Currently $79)

Every knife that I have bought from Ontario is well made, from quality materials. This knife is no exception. I have used it for a number of farm and woodlot chores over the last month. It has performed well, maintained a good edge, and shows no real signs of wear. I like the full tang construction and the rugged walnut handle with three bolts.

The blade profile is decent for bushcrafting projects, although not exceptional. The blade and handle length is a little longer than most bushcraft knives, which is good for those of us with large hands. The shape of the handle does not fit my hands well, however. It is OK, but it never quite sits in my hand the way I want it to. I have a Helle Taiga that sits perfectly. Every time I pick up the Taiga, it feels like it was designed with my hand in mind. This knife I keep changing my grip on, trying to find the grip that will feel the most natural, but it just isn't there. This may be different for you. For comparison, my ESEE CM6 fits me reasonably well, and my Cold Steel Trailmaster fits me very well. The Taiga is the best though.

The sheath is a problem. The stitching and materials are fine, but the design is poor. When you want to put the blade back into the sheath, you have to stop what you are doing and fiddle with it. The snap that secures the knife into the sheath also has to be fiddled with. Ontario wants to market this as a bushcraft knife, but the sheath design is a hassle. A proper bushcraft knife is easily accessible, yet secure in its sheath.

The solution to the sheath problem would be to make or purchase an aftermarket leather Scandinavian sheath.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ken Lawhorn on February 4, 2015
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Let me just start by saying that I know OKC makes some nice high quality knives this is just my expirience with this knife. That being said I would not recomend this knife.

It worked fine at first for smaller tasks like feathering sticks, basic carving, even made a very nice bow drill set. It did not come as sharp as I would have expected from the factory, not dull, just not vary sharp, however it is easily sharpened. The reason I would not recomend this knife and gave it only a single star is that it bent while batoning throught some pecan wood I was going to use to cook with. The peices were no more than 2 to 3 inches wide, and pecan is not an extremely hard wood.

I am not sure if it was just the one I got that was defective. I could have used the warranty however the knife I recieved had no info on a warranty. So I just took it out to the ranch and shot at it with a 12 gauge and then threw it away. and in order to use the warranty you have to send the defective knife back to OKC. Which is a perfectly reasonable request. My Bad...

I would love to try out another knife and see if maybe it was just the one I bought but I'm not going to risk wasting the money. I do not recommend this knife.

PS The sheath is a worthless piece of crap and should be replaces as soon as you recieve the knife. Almost lost knife a couple of times while hiking. I had to keep it in my backpack with shock cord to keep it in the sheath. Just an FYI.
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By Jimmie Daniel on March 9, 2015
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My first thought was, "This knife will never take an edge". Man, was I wrong. About two minutes on the diamond stone, and it was frightfully sharp. The back edge of the blade is ground off very flat and sharp. This is something I did not expect and had intended to do to the knife. It wasn't necessary. Ontario did it for me. This sharp edge on the backside is perfect for planing and striking ferro sticks. The sticks throw generous showers of sparks when raked across this sharp edge. When planing wood, this sharp edge produces fine shavings for starting fires. The ferrocerium stick that comes with the knife looks exactly like the ones sold through Coghlans. I have several of these, as they are my favorites. I don't use the steel strikers that come with the sticks. I toss them in the trash and use my knife to strike up a fire. No reason to carry dead weight. The nylon sheath, which is made in the USA by De Santis and has their label on the back, is very good quality. Stitching is beautiful and hems are perfect. Snaps are tight and strong. Back to the knife; The finish on the blade and handles is very good. A nice brushed finish. Nothing flashy. The handles are well fitted. They were obviously fitted to the knife properly after they were installed. There is no overhang and the wood goes all the way out to the edge of the steel all the way around. This should go without saying, but I've seen so many knives with pre-cut handles that were slapped on without additional fitting or finishing. The handles are smooth, but not slick. The knife is very comfortable in my hand and balances well. Overall, this is a very good knife. The only thing I would like to see different is, I would prefer a lanyard hole liner. But it's no big deal. I normally prefer a leather sheath, but I rather like this one. I feel the knife is well worth what I paid for it.
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