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Nothing"s more primal than hunting wild boar with nothing more than a knife. It"s the element of hazard that makes it a worthwhile experience. One catch dog falters, or loses his grip and you"re at the mercy of some sharp, angry tusks. If you"re quick and skillful with a good knife like Cold Steel"s Boar Hunter, you might avoid this dangerous scenario. The Boar Hunter comes with an extra wide Celtic style blade, a long sloping point and a superbly hollow ground edge. It supplies the decisive piercing power you'll need to drop the biggest, meanest boar. Your hand won't slip up on the blade either, because the handle (borrowed from our OSS) has an integral double guard and sub-hilt! Complete with an ambidextrous Secure-Ex sheath that will accommodate just about any belt, the Boar Hunter is a lightweight, life safer you'll want at your side on your next hunt. 8 3/4" blade, 13 7/8" overall
Cold Steel Kobun Tanto Knife 17T
Cold Steel Spike Neck Knife – Tanto Point, Covert Protection
Alright, this baby is BEAUTIFUL! As with any product on here, the picture doesn't do it justice. This knife is EXTREMELY well balanced, making for a light, agile fighting or hunting knife. The blade is pretty thick and strong too. It looks like it's anywhere between 3/16" and 1/4" thick. The handle provides an EXCELLENT grip, especially with the sub-hilt. The blade also comes very well polished and sharpened. With Cold Steel's reputation, I tested the blade on my arm right away, and sure enough, it dry-shaved the hair off my arm with only slight pressure. It is really THAT sharp. The piercing power on this beauty is phenomenal too. I got to try it out earlier today, when I offered to help a friend get this envelope open that some people had completely wrapped and covered in duct tape. It was wrapped so well, and with so much, that it was practically impossible for him to open it without spending quite a bit of time on it. So I simply took my knife out, and it both pierced through it AND sliced it open like butter. As much duct tape as there was on this thing, it would make most other knives choke (figuratively, anyway). But no, it took almost no effort. I would definitely be very confident in a fight, or a hunt even, with this knife. I can only rate this a 5/5 on True Swords' scale, but I'd really rate this a 6/5.
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