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Smith & Wesson SWBH Bush Hog Kukri 17.5" Blade with Sheath

3.8 out of 5 stars 96 customer reviews

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  • 440C Powder Coated blade
  • Non-slip, rubber handle
  • 17.35" overall length, 21.4 oz
  • Nylon sheath included
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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Product Description

Do you need to move through thick brush? This is the tool for you. This Kukri blade is designed with the weight and balance needed to blaze a trail.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18.5 x 5.1 x 1.2 inches ; 1.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000UUTAZQ
  • Item model number: SWBH
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #105,210 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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By damgrunt on December 1, 2011
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I bought this bad boy over a year ago and have used it several different times. Believe it or not, I found it at a gun show in Tampa, Fl for only 20 bucks. It looked cool enough and i'm a sucker for impulse buys, so i figured why not. Played with it a little bit in the yard when I got home and then put it away until I needed it. Since I wasn't actively looking for a brush cutter it sat idley until I decided that I needed to trim up the first 6ft on all the trees on my property (3.2 Acres). Amazing product! Not sure if it's the weight, handle, length, or shape, but this mamma-jamma helped me go to town. Limbs on Pines, shrub oaks, and palmettos all went Buh-bye with minimal swinging. I was sold and loved the thing. Hunting season came around and since I always carry either my Kabar or one of my other hip toys, I gave this blade a try. I set my climber on a tree and used the kukri to hack the pestering limbs all the way up to my spot. Never an issue. I brush cut, web check, Poop-check, swat spiders, flip it around when I'm bored, Hack down small pines and oaks, and even throw it into stuff (which I'm aweful at). It has served me extremely well and I would recommend this product to anyone. The best part is, I NEVER sharpened the thing. Not once. I'm pretty good at sharpening knives and broadheads, but when it comes to machetes and lawnmower blades, I'm terrible. So I told myself that I would take my time and sharpen it with extra detail when the time came, but the time has yet to come. Just used it last weekend in Citrus WMA (Fl) and its still sharp as ever.

Now that the praise is out there, I'd like to bring up the concerning issues with this beast. first issue is the price.
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I liked this knife until it snapped in half while chopping some tomato vines on a chopping stump. Nothing brutal or so, it simply snapped. I can't recommend it.
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Had this for a few months, DO NOT BUY!!!!. Worked well for light chopping around the yard (nothing bigger than 1/2" branches) but today I took it with me into the sierras on a firewood cutting day because my brother had my nicaraguan machete. Well this thing is a plain POS. As we were loading the truck with log rounds I decided to let it stick in the end of one of the rounds and VOILA', I had the handle in my hand and the log round had the blade- snapped clean off. Guess that metal isn't all it's cracked up to be. i brought her home in situ to take a pic so as to prevent you from wasting 20$.
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I was kicking around picking up Cold Steel Kukri machete when this guy showed up including a sheath. I went over to You Tube to check out any reviews, found 2, and went for it. It's OK!
Guys are afraid of 440 stainless, but 440c is an acceptable knife steel, and can be quite tough when properly heat treated. I chopped up a small junker tree out back and batoned through a bunch of firewood and the blade held up fine. Couple licks on a steel and it was right back where it started. Factory edge is to abrupt and honed only so-so, but it's a chopper so it's good enough.
Finish was applied evenly and held up good through use. Handle is comfortable shape/material. Slight wiggle in handle to tang fit, seems to be getting worse under use, so fit gets a solid D+. I'd buy this thing again, and I'm considering another Smith and Wesson big blade because I'm very happy with the cost/performance ratio. Go ahead and buy it.
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I should have read these reviews. I just bought a brand new one at a gun show for $15 more than amazon, so right off the bat I paid too much. It seemed like a solid blade, but after a few swings at some 1" branches, it broke in half only a few inches from the handle. No bending, but a break. Upon closer inspection, dark parts could be seen in the metal showing that a crack that weakened about 20% of the metal at that location was already present in the steel before it was finished. This can only be due to poor manufacturing methods. The metal is too brittle for hacking, thus makes this a poor Kukri.
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First swing at a soft log and it snapped in 2. There is an imperfection in the blade and it would have been easy to see had it not been finished over. I'm very displeased with this blade. It was sharp out of the box but like i said, the first swing i took, it snapped and the blade flew about 15 feet forward and i was left holding the handle and about 1 1/2 inches of blade attached to the handle. I'll be sending it back. Sorry to rain on your parade.
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it cuts through anything and retains its sharpness.
Carpenter Stainless Type 440C is a high-carbon chromium steel designed to provide stainless properties with maximum hardness. It has been used primarily as a bearing steel, and is used in the hardened plus tempered condition. When heat-treated, Type 440C attains the highest hardness of any stainless steel (about Rockwell C 60).
great weight, balance, design, easy grip handle and for all the folks who dismiss the case, i truly like it. makes for an easy draw when you need it.
easiest way to sharpen is with a 2 carbide slotted system.
enjoy!
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