- Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 5 inches ; 12.8 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces
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- Item model number: CS62KGC-BRK
- Average Customer Review: 38 customer reviews
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Cold Steel Rajah II Plain BD1 Steel Stone Wash
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- Made in: taiwan
- Category name: locking-knives
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Type: lockback; closed: 7.875"; blade: 6" L Carpenter CTS BD-1 alloy L standard edge L stonewash finish; handle: black L Griv-Ex; other info: lanyard hole L pocket clip. Kukri blade with thumb lug. Features Tri-Ad lock. Finger grooved handles. Comes with extra pocket clip. Designed by Andrew DEMKO. Boxed.
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THE NEW STEEL: Cold Steel's AUS8 was very good - for AUS8 - but this new steel is a leap ahead. Well Done!
THE POCKET CLIP: FINALLY a Cold Steel Clip that doesn't battle me. This one is stiff without being ridiculous...this knife won't eat my jeans. Well Done again!
THE BLADE RELEASE: What? I don't have to press REALLY REALLY hard to get the blade to release? Is this a Cold Steel knife with a triad lock? Yep, and it's a breeze to close now. Standing ovation!
OPENING THE BLADE: It came out-of-the-box easy/breezy to open...not all tight and dangerous like my Recon 1 or Talwar was. Those were literally dangerous to open fast, at least initially. This knife has just the right tension from the first touch. Excellent!
OBSERVATIONS: No gimping, but I believe the core use of this knife....chopping/self defense...would make gimping a silly feature. This knife is a slash-it, cut-it, lop-it-the-f'-off kinda' knife. Many other better knives for detail work.
As the saying goes "the worth is in the girth (as you're old lady if its true and watch her blush)". This 4.8 mm thick blade is subtly bad ass, not to mention durable as all out. The only folding blade stronger in Cold Steel's stable is the Espada XL - for at least $120 more in the unpolished version or $250 MORE in the shiny polished clothes.
Pocket clip sits waaaay low. Good new for those who wear lower-ish jeans with small pockets but bad news if you don't want it to be obvious that you've a death machine in your pocket (no, not THAT death machine silly boys). I'm going to drill holes closer to the end and remount the clip. Real men keep it sheathed until it's action time ;)
Intimidation factor: neither the blade type nor overall styling is as menacing as, say, the Espada or a Recon Tanto XL or even a Ka-Bar, but it's my opinion that the sheer size and loud "WACK" when it opens will make all but the sincerely insane piss their pants if you have to engage in a defensive situation.
This knife is the "Man's Man" of mega folders. Despite it's size, it's styling is quite, unassuming but utterly confident. It is without peer as a folder when it comes to cutting, chopping and in the defense/offense. I don't agree with some other reviewers ...this is no EDC unless you work in the wilderness or are are fireman...but Buy it anyway, you'll love it.
Another REAL REVIEW from Yitzhak "Rabbi Steel" HaLevy (make sure to check me out on y'tube)