United Cutlery Honshu Parang
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|Model Name||Honshu Parang|
|Handle Material||Thermoplastic Elastomers|
|Blade Material||Stainless Steel|
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- Resilient, modern 7Cr13 stainless steel blade
- Rock-solid full-tang construction
- Thru-holes, a menacing blood groove and a brilliant satin finish
- Handle is Made of state-of-the-art TPR
- Ergonomic contours and texture provide a slip-free bond with the hand
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United Cutlery continues to expand its most sought after Honshu line of modern, tactical weapons and, now, the Honshu Boshin Parang has been added to the family. As with the popular Boshin Kukri and Bowie Knife before it, the parang retains its time-tested blade form, bolstering it with resilient, modern 7Cr13 stainless steel and rock-solid full-tang construction. Thru-holes, a menacing blood groove and a brilliant satin finish add contemporary tactical flair. Made of state-of-the-art TPR, the Boshin’s handle is rugged and waterproof. Ergonomic contours and texture provide a slip-free bond with the hand, reducing fatigue and improving control. This, along with flawless balance, gives the parang an overall feel that defies description. Try the Boshin Parang just once, and you’ll never settle for another machete. Like all the swords and knives in Honshu’s Boshin line, it sets a new standard for both quality and value.
- Package Dimensions : 21 x 4.7 x 2.5 inches; 1.75 Pounds
- Item model number : UTDUC3242
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : December 6, 2018
- Manufacturer : United Cutlery
- ASIN : B07L55F2PW
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#489,852 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #747 in Camping Fixed-Blade Knives
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By Virgle Phillips on November 21, 2020
Edit* just researched 7cr series steel in blade smithing, learned that the carbon content is low enough that the blade is considered unable to hold an edge. Taking it into the mangroves this weekend. Expect blisters from the handle.