|Item Weight||5.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.18 x 2.36 x 8.66 inches|
|Item model number||380020|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||380020|
Hultafors 380020 GK Heavy Duty Knife
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- The cutting edge has been sharpened with a double edge angle and a final honing on a leather Strop
- The holster can be attached to both a belt and a button on your work clothes
- Length: 8,7 inch
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A powerful and durable ground knife suitable for tough tasks such as prizing, breaking and hacking. It features a unique function for attaching the holster around a button on your work clothes so that it does not come loose whilst still being easy to remove. The blade is made from Japanese knife steel, 0,12 inch carbon steel that has been hardened to 58–60 HRC. The cutting edge has been sharpened with a double edge angle and a final honing on a leather strop. Both the handle and holster are made from super-durable PP plastic. The holster can be attached to both a belt and a button on your work clothes. If your belt is thick, cut away the small pin on the cover. Because the heavy duty knife is a more powerful tool, it has a larger holster than other knives in the craftsmen range. Gk-ph is supplied with a cardboard case instead of a holster.
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I took it out to the forge and grabbed a piece of oak limb and made a small one stick fire. I batoned it through the oak and then made some feather shavings. I lit them with a ferro rod using the spine of the knife. The blade is high carbon steel and has more belly at the tip than a mora which means it would make an okay blade for skinning. Maybe not as a primary but as a bakup to a skinning knife. With the way it holds an edge and it's all round usefullness I'll probably take it with me hunting since it is light to carry. It handled all tasks with ease and remained hair shaving sharp. I really like the plastic handle of the knife. It is the best plastic handle I've found on any knife. I find it easy to use in the forehand grip with no hot spots while carving and even doing some heavier cutting. It also feels good in the hand when doing chest lever cuts. The grip shape is comfortable and allows a good firm grip. I already want a couple more of these.
Many have said they don't like the sheath attachment. I rather do. I found that I could use it on the buttons of my BDU style pants pocket buttons. I don't carry a knife there but it was handy while playing around in shop. Kind of a drop leg knife position. However, my intent was and is to use the knife with a neck carry. I just ran a piece of 550 cord through the handle and locked it down. Then I used a cord lock from a worn out jacked and I have easy adjustment and it breaks free with some effort so there's no worry of chocking myself if it gets caught. You can see that set up in the photo. For belt carry you need to cut the tab off the sheath that protrudes into the button hole as suggested in the directions. I haven't and don't intend to since this is a neck knife and the tab locks the 550 cord in place.
After a couple days of use this knife is quickly becoming a favorite and I will likely buy a couple more to keep in the shop and with each of several kits I have. I think I'll put one on my electricians belt as a knife comes in handy for cutting romex sheathing. Then one in my car kit, bob etc... For an inexpensive knife it is hard to beat. For less than $15 it's easy to buy several. I like it better than moras so I'd say it's the best buy of knives under $20
The scandi grind carbon steel blade is 3mm thick and quite sharp. Not a full tang knife but that seems to be an irrelevant detail in this case as the handle seems to be solid polypropylene. The handle is textured and has a substantial finger guard to prevent slippage and accidental injury. Included is a snap in plastic sheath with a unique buttonhook feature.
Perfect for the toolbox or camping - best for coarser rather than fine work, probably not good for fileting a fish but possibly for skinning game . At the time of this writing it's inexpensive enough that you need not worry too much about losing or breaking it.
Not a display case knife. Break this one out when you need to get things done. Surprisingly good knife.
Moras this thick and heavy are significantly more expensive. To easily convex the microbevel, simply put it on a belt sander/grinder or Worksharp. It will cut/carve wood significantly better. Just watch you dont overheat the edge and screw up the temper.
Note: the price jumps around a lot! One moment it's $8, the next it's #17! I've always bought them for under $10 from Big Red Toolbox in the UK. 5 stars to the seller as they are great. It takes a while to receive it but they are very communicative. They come and go as a listed seller based on having the product in stock.
Just found out after buying a few more they're made in Taiwan. Going back to Moras. This is not a ding on the knife, just that I am buying this type of product partially because it's origin is ideally Scandinavia and that's just personal preference.
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Buen filo de serie, algo más pesado, pero todavía ligero para llevar en la mochila de senderismo.
La única pega que le saco es que la empuñadura es más grande y no resulta tan cómoda como en el otro, no obstante se perdona, dado que el grosor de la hoja lo hace una herramienta casi indestructible.
Muy recomendable, calidad precio insuperable, tras comprar y probar varias herramientas de este tipo en el monte, me parece una gran elección, todos queremos cuchillos y herramientas de más peso y grosor y más famosos, pero a la hora de trabajar, lo que funciona es lo mejor.
La grande domanda è: come ne esce al confronto con i Mora?cercherò di rispondere brevemente
A FAVORE prezzo minore, sensazione di robustezza inarrivabile, fodero migliore
CONTRO acciaio di minore qualità. Ha un secondo filo che ne rende le performance leggermente peggiori.
Der Preis ist unschlagbar. Zwar etwas roh in der Ausführung aber vom Stahl und der Robustheit her vergleichbar nur noch mit deutlich teureren Bushcraft Messern a la Mora survival.
Estamos ante una de los mejores cuchillos que hay en relacion calidad precio pero atentos...
Esto no es un cuchillo tipico de cocina, es un cuchillo de trabajo, incluso como cuchillo de supervivencia.
Esta bestia parada es la version Heavy Duty, es decir, pesado y resistente... y vaya si lo es... hemos hecho pruebas de clavar la hoja a un arbol de canto y subirnos en el mango y ni se ha doblado... es que la hoja tiene un grosor de algo mas de 3mm y es de un estupendo acero al carbono.
Hay varios videos por internet de las maravillas que se pueden hacer con el.
Recomiendo su compra totalmente, vas a tener cuchillo para toda la vida.