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Whetstone Cutlery Full Tang Rubber Grip Machete with Sheath
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- Saw Tooth Blade Back
- 17.75 inch Blade
- Stainless Steel
- Durable Black Nylon Sheath
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The versatile saw back machete features a sharp 17.75 inch stainless steel blade with a coarse toothed saw back serration. The contoured impact resistant ABS handle features a hand guard and a convenient wrist lanyard. This strong work horse machete has an overall length of 25.75 inches and comes complete with a durable black nylon sheath.
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I wish I could find a warranty claim.
My only complaint was that it was a pain taking it out of the sheath because the teeth on the back of the blade would get caught up. I fixed that be removing the trim from the front of the opening (as seen between the two arrows in the attached pic), then put a few drops of crazy glue on the two ends where I cut the trim, to keep it from fraying or coming undone. Much better!
If you decide to buy the knife sharpener, notice that It's for knives and multitools. It works for swords as well (a machete is more of a sword than a knife) but you need to realize more passes need to be done because it is a thicker piece of stainless steel compared to the blade in a swiss army knife. And another thing; the machete is fine as it is. It technically does not need sharpening. If you do sharpen it, DON'T get it so sharp that you can run a piece of paper over it and slice it like butter. That's not what you want in a machete. If you will be hacking roots, branches, vines or other forage, you do not want a blade that is so fine. The sharper the blade, the thinner the ende of it. Which means you will chip the blade! What makes machetes effective is their weight, length and the swinging motion you make to cut something down. It does not need to be super sharp. I like to use the sharpener just to prep the edge and make future sharpening session easier. It's still duller than any butcher knife I have in the kitchen.
Come on Amazon (or Whetstone)- you sell the stuff- support it!!