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Double-edged AUS-6 stainless steel bladeNon-reflective, anodized black finishFiberglass/nylon injection molded handle18" blade; 23-3/4" overall lengthBlack nylon belt sheath
United Cutlery continues its Combat Commander lineup with the addition of this new Jungle Toothpick Machete featuring an 18" double-edged blade. The powerful full-tang blade construction provides durability and strength to take command of even your toughest jobs. The nylon and fiberglass-filled injection molded handle provides a secure, slip-free grip, and the hand guard protects your hand from slipping to the sharp blade. You can attach a lanyard using the pre-drilled lanyard hole to give yourself an on-the-go Jungle Toothpick. Includes a black nylon belt sheath.
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This is an awesome "sword" that a love very much! This was my 1st purchase from BUDK and it won't be my last! Thanks BUDK!
THis is a nice long blade, double edged, very sharp, very thin. Not enough weight to be considered a machete. If you were to use this on a large branch or sage brush it would undoubtedly role the edge and ruin it. Now, as a quick slicing/slashing short sword it is excellent. Just don't use it where the edge will take a hit. THin blade, very flexible, but not made for heavy hits. Tall Grass, ok. Bushes and branches, no. But still a nice blade, I have the Commander series of knives, boot knife, tanto and this one, nice set of lightweight blades, the boot knife is tough though, it actually matches my smith and wesson boot knife pretty close.
i really like this machete. it came nice and sharp. i love the double edged design. great blade. light enough to use for long periods without wearing out your arm. highly recommend this product.
Very impressive blade, thin, I wouldn't use it for cutting much more than tiny branches or tall grass. Not a machete in my opinion, but would split a watermelon easy enough. If you are looking for a game trail branch cutter look at the heavier blades. This is light weight, very sharp, but flexes and would bend if you were to thrust into something. Sure it would scare anyone looking to mess with you just for sheer look of the blade. I like the nylon sheath but the serrated edge towards the hilt snags on it and I can see that it would shred the nylon in short order.
When I saw this blade, I just had to have it. I had been trying to imagine an ideal combination machete sword tool for a while, and this hits the spot. I took it on our annual 3 day canoe camping trip last Thanksgiving day weekend. It performed well and you know you have a self defense weapon on hand if you would need one against wild hog, snakes, wild dogs, rapid coons, etc. The length is just right for use as a machete, and still long enough to be a stand off weapon. It takes and holds a good edge, and it just looks bad a**! Get one, it will make you want to go play!
Very sturdy blade for the price. One again UC has delivered everything they promised. The handle is very durable and while the blade itself is a bit bowed, this is to expected with any stamped blade. Overall a great buy for a great price.
It is a cool short sword, but as a machete it is not as good as a standard style machete, but it is adequate to clear the brush and get the job done. This blade will definitely come along on my next camping adventure as my machete, and I have many to choose from. I like the idea of having a handy weapon in my hand as I bushwhack a trail through the jungle bush.
This is my favorite sword that I have bought. It is a decent machete, but I would not suggest any heavy work for it. It is light and durable. Works great as a short sword. A great buy.
Slim and sharp. Slash and jab. Limb for limb. Light and strong. Easy to carry along. Fits under the seat. Hard tpo beat!
The only use for this is lightweight brush work. Slicing kudzu, vines and briars. It will not handle choping anything heavier. Short sword? Not a chance. The blade is way too thin and would buckle under a heavy thrust. 4mm blade and this would have been nice. For the money go with the cold steel thai machete.
Let's start by calling this for what it is...its not a machete. Its a shortsword, and in that capacity, its a damn good one. I initially thought it would be smaller than it actually was. I was using the handle for scaling, which I assumed was the same size as the combat commander boot knives. In reality, the entire thing is scaled up, handle included. It came with a satisfactory edge, but I figured I could do better. After a little while on the whetstones, and a couple passes on the strop, it'll cut hair off my arm. It's light, fast, and sharp. If I had to choose a sword to compare it to, I'd say it performs more like a lighter weight roman gladius than anything. Its got a little bit of flex to it, but not too much. It springs back straight every time. This is by far one of my favorite purchases. The scabbard isn't great, but it could be far worse. Its as least useable. This is a fine weapon to mount to the back of your bugout bag, just in case you need to draw it quickly. I'll be buying a few more of them.
I may wear it, while I ride my motorcycle. Surely, I joust.
Nice Hardware for the bugout bag, its a bit lighter than I thought it would be but as is that is a plus. Definite buy on anyone's wishlist!
I never once considered this a machete. A machete is weighted towards the front fro easier chopping, especially when you get tired. This is an extremely lightweight short sword and as that they are very cool. A pair of these would make a frightening combat asset. However, they are extremely light (therefore thin) making blocking more difficult. If you are trained with paired weapons and don't try to crash block, they will make you smile.
The machete was actually better than I expected! It is more like a combat sword, and though the blade is not as heavy as a machete, it has the feel of a great defensive blade. Think I'll buy another!
This is quite a nice knife for the money. It is sharp and quite formidable looking. So the blade is too thin to use as a machete? Who ever heard of a double-sided machete? It's a great big dagger, and it's pretty cool.
sharp, yes. The problem I can see is the blade is a little light. May not work for heavy chopping of branches. Will see in spring. or when I get mugged by the undead.
Beautiful blade, very sharp. The weight and balance is great.
I bought this as soon as I saw it, it definately has the cool factor going for it, thats why I give it a 3 star rate otherwise it would be a 2 or a 1. It looks great, has a full tang, came sharp, BUT the blade is too thin, I can see cutting your way out of tall grass with this but not brush, the blade can be bent easily, it springs back into shape but if you were to really whack some under brush with it, Im sure it would bend all to s--t. Bottom line its too flimsy to be a machete, its too flimsy to be a sword, it would be great as a big knife to carve up a roast pig or a side of beef or whatever large cooked animal youre into, thats what I'll use it for if I ever cook up something really big.