Full Tang Sawback War Machete w/ Sheath
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  • Potent sawback machete can tackle any job
  • Razor sharp 17" full tang stainless steel blade
  • Corrosion resistant black blade finish
  • Pakkawood handle inserts; steel guard
  • Includes black nylon sheath
  • Overall length: 24"

This sawback war machete is sleek but seriously functional, with its 17 in. stainless steel blade. The hefty, full-tang stainless steel blade has a heat-treated black finish, sharp edge and powerful sawback serrations. Smooth wooden handle scales and a brushed metal guard and pommel complete the design.

    Full-tang construction
  • Stainless steel blade
  • Smooth wooden handle
  • Nylon sheath

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.03 out of 5
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Ok Reviewed by Ivan Duran on Apr 01, 2018   4 out of 5

This is not full tang. More like half tang. This is also not a brush clearing machete. However, it will make a good self defense weapon if ever you should need it. The blade is sharp, so it will cut. It would make a fine zombie killer, but not a good bushwhacker. Use it right and it will last. Use it wrong and it will break. Thanks BudK!

Sir campalot Reviewed by on Jan 28, 2018   5 out of 5

I've had mine for about two years and I've put through hell every time I go camping which is a lot, I would like to start with I've read a lot of negativity about this blade breaking when one is chopping with it. First off you have to be smarter than the tool you are using, that being said you can't expect to chop down a 3 or 4 inch tree with something like this that's what the saw back is for. 1" to 1 1/2" is about the limit for any machete. I've not experience any complications with mine, the sheath held up well but I do prefer a leather sheath. Whenever I first got it I had to do some honing on the blade to get it as sharp as I like but it did have a pretty good edge and that being said I would buy another one if this one were to ever fail on me!

Oh noooooo! Reviewed by Jonny Getlow on Jan 14, 2018   1 out of 5

Everything was great except the handle was a little loose. But was sharp. Cut with both sides of the blade. So it fell off a 3' table, and boom, that dang handle quit. Leaving the business end out of work. Upsetting. Sad face, sad face.

awesome Reviewed by on Mar 05, 2017   5 out of 5

Bought three of them, just awesome for my garden. First thing I grab when I go work outside. I use for dividing plants and root balls and for trimming.

Ok Reviewed by craig case on Mar 02, 2017   5 out of 5

Just bought this machete. The blade is very lightweight which is ok but came completely dull out of the box. the sheath was torn at the end so that the point of the blade sticks right through. Not worth the $25 in my opinion. for that price you can get a decent heavyweight, sharp machete at a sportsman store like Big 5

deffinetly worth it Reviewed by cody bourgeois on Jan 28, 2017   5 out of 5

just got this in the mail last week and it is definitely worth the price. blade seems a tad loose in the handle but that may just feel that way because it is a little top heavy, which I honestly kinda like when it comes to swinging it. blade came pretty sharpe but I plan to touch it up a little. the saw on the back isn't necessarily "sharpened" but the teeth are pointy enough to cut through some softer materials and small branches and what not. sheath is also much higher quality than expected I don't see it falling apart any time soon. I'm definitely happy with the purchase.

Good for light duty. Reviewed by Terry Hallett on Dec 22, 2016   5 out of 5

This is a light duty machete. As long as that is your expectation you will not be disappointed.

007 machete Reviewed by on Nov 24, 2016   5 out of 5

Just bought my second one. It's too classy for a machete. It's blacktie-007, not Terminator. Save the tree-whacking for your hardware-store machetes. Keep this one oiled and next to your bed.

Power full machete Reviewed by Jose Collazo Ponce on Nov 22, 2016   5 out of 5

(Before I begin I most say that this machete is not for heavy cuts or to use as a tool is great for bottle cutting and playing around but never to cutt hard stuff cause it can break the piece of or hurt your self) but still is a Beautiful piece came not really sharp but ones you sharp it gets a very serious edge cut cleaning of from one blow 3 banana plants that there like 16 to 20 inch thick and some bottles very clean is well balance the saw in the back is just sick and very sharp nylon sheath is well done is way more that I expected from a 12 dollars machete is just Sick!!! But again not to be used as a tool

CAUTION!: This is NOT intended for heavy use!! Reviewed by Kevin Schoen on Dec 22, 2015   5 out of 5

This machete is beautiful and intimidating. The blade is painted with good attention to detail, the edge is sharp and the saw-back is like fishhooks. The handle has a good feel to it, if a little thin. This is a weapon meant for the wall and basic demonstrations, such as melons as shown in the video. NEVER, I repeat NEVER, use this item for legitimate use as a tool. As stated in several other reviews, the structure of this weapon is designed with a critical flaw where the handle meets the blade. The blade will snap-off at the hilt and, depending on your swinging power, may go flying. To advertise this item as anything short of a display item is damn near criminal, someone is going to get seriously injured.

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