|Item Weight||14.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||15.3 x 2.5 x 0.8 inches|
|Item model number||F03TN-CP|
|Color||420/Black Power Coat|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited lifetime warranty|
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SOG Jungle Primitive Fixed Blade F03TN-CP - Hardcased Black 9.5" Blade, Rubber Handle, Nylon Sheath
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- Large knife great for outdoor jobs
- 9.5-inch partially-serrated stainless steel blade
- Molded Kraton handle for secure grip
- Includes nylon sheath with accessory pouch
- Length: 15.3-inches, weight: 14-ounces, lifetime warranty
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Versatile Construction Meets Military-Grade Needs
The F03T-N is versatile enough to function as a small machete, a limb saw or a hammer. The 9.5-inch, 420 stainless steel blade features a section of small serration near the hilt that can be used to make precise cuts. On the back of the blade is a long, deeply serrated section, which is ideal for sawing through dense foliage. The knife handle features hammer checkering on the bottom for precise placement when pounding, and a scratch-resistant black oxide finish reduces reflectivity.
Ergonomic, Lightweight Design Ensures Comfortable Use
Even if your blade is sharp, it's hard to make precise cuts if your knife doesn't fit comfortably in your hand. That's why this knife features a unique, molded Kraton handle. The handle features SOG's unique Digi-Grip texturing, which gives you gripping power where you need it most. And at just 14 ounces, the F03T-N is lightweight and easy to carry anywhere.
This knife is backed by a lifetime warranty that protects against defects in manufacturing and materials.
About SOG: Strong, Innovative Specialty Tools
SOG originally stood for Studies and Observation Group, an elite joint services military group designed to handle covert operations during the Vietnam War. SOG Specialty Knives & Tools was founded in the spirit of this elite group and became the first knife manufacturer to offer an expanded line that included fixed blades, folding knives, and multipurpose tools.
Each SOG product is created by company Founder and Chief Engineer, Spencer Frazer. Known for their uncompromising style and performance, these knives and tools showcase innovation, dependability, and a unique, futuristic style that has garnered awards and recognition worldwide. SOG products have also won favor among law enforcement, military, and industrial customers that rely on their tools to perform flawlessly in the toughest, most adverse conditions.
What's in the Box
F03T-N Jungle Primitive knife and nylon sheath.
Top Customer Reviews
- Thin blade in contrast with most blades in it's size category (Gerber LMFII is much thicker)
- Saw design flaw I mentioned above
- Digi Grip handle is adequate but better if cord wrapped (I posted a pict of before and after)
- Sheath is adequate but not top notch
- Fusion is a low end SOG line (again adequate for most situations)
- Has a unique balance just above the hilt (good for chopping but slightly awkward)
No one can expect a better value for $34.49 + Prime shipping ($0). I was looking at Ka-Bar, Gerber, SOG Seal Team/Seal Pup alternatives and just could not pass up the price feature ratio on this knife. I also have a Gerber Prodigy/LMFII as a primary. I use the Jungle Primitive more for camping, long 3 day hikes, etc. Overall a great buy! You will love it as a addition to your collection and won't be scared to get out in the woods and baton wood with it. Buy it, beat it up, use it. 2Manchu! Keep up the fire.
SGT O. 2/9 INF 7 ID Light
This thing is tough as nails, light enough to assist in cutting a path to where ever you are going. I wouldn't want to chop down trees with it, but that is why I carry a small ax too. When used as designed for light brush clearing, and perhaps making your kindling for your fire this is the only tool you'll need.
The above paragraph is a lie and a partial blatant ripoff of Joseph Conrad. In reality, I carry this knife everywhere I go in my vehicle, just in case I need a big knife. So far, it has only come in handy on camping trips, where it does an admirable job of clearing my tent site of stray growth. It's handy for sawing small branches, and slicing through ropes, etc...
Steel. Yes, thinner than a typical survival blade. Definitely a sense that if you are battoning logs or chopping saplings it might fail. I have some other SOG knives and you can definitely tell quality is a step down--but hey, this was a $25 buy on an Amazon sale so what do you expect.
Finish. It "looks awesome" and if someone is coming at you with this thing you are definitely not going to take your chances. The serrations are pretty good and blade is sharp, but not sure the saw is going to work too well.
Handle. Uh--look at the SOG machete. Better than a really cheapo plastic, but they definitely save money on the handle. It does have some checkering and its got holes for a lanyard, which I would definitely use. But again, its $25, what can you expect. I do like the pommel on the end for light striking duties and maybe some digging.
Sheath. Again, a tweener. Nicer than a machete sheath and dig the accessory pouch for a sharpening stone or multitool. Appears decently made. BUT, still looks cheaper than more expensive knife sheaths.
Why 5 stars? When you accept this knife for what it is--its great and I think an excellent purchase for $25.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Buy this. Superior quality. Great price. Scare the hell out of your neighbor! Kidding.Published 10 days ago by cyclejock77
Chopped a few small limbs and the blade bent right away. Worthless excuse for a knife.Published 23 days ago by Quin Leslie
Not a sturdy build. Can't imagine it last very long in some places I've been.Published 1 month ago by Pierce5
Everything I expected. Cut down several small trees using the knife edge and it worked great and maintained its edge. Read morePublished 4 months ago by K. Selby