Cold steel knifes

If you havent heard of cold steel knifes check them out they seem amazingly durable.
i want to get more or less the cheapest knife they have i have a great folding knife (only 2.8") but some times when your camping there are somethings that only a nice straight 7" long knife can do.
There cheapest knife is the Bushman its a nice simple strait edge knife. you can throw these they are hollow handled and blade heavy. but i want to know which should i get the Bowie blade or the regular one whats the big diff?
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spec's
BUSHMAN
Specifications:
Weight: 10.1 oz.
Blade Thickness: 3/32" (2.5mm)
Blade Length: 7"
Handle: Hollow
Steel: SK-5 High Carbon
Overall Length: 12 1/4"
Sheath: Cordura
$29.99

BOWIE BLADE BUSHMAN
Specifications:
Weight: 9.8 oz.
Blade Thickness: 3/32" (2.5mm)
Blade Length: 7"
Handle: Hollow
Steel: SK-5 High Carbon
Overall Length: 12 1/4"
Sheath: Cordura
$29.99

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triumphman5 years ago
Dittos, who wants to be a Bushman anyway?
We don't like SPAM here.
Bushie5 years ago
"The bigger the knife, the bigger the tool..."


Oops, I meant to write "fool.." !

Or, maybe it could still be "tool.." ?

Or... Oh, well..

;-p
ilpug6 years ago
The only Cold steel product I have used is one of their training katanas, or Bokken. They are super fun!
Pasky956 years ago
I love knives, I collect them, and I have four Cold Steel Knives in my collection: Master Tanto San Mai 3; Kobun; Roach Belly; and Super Edge. Cold Steel knives are among the best in the world and these knives, especially the Master Tanto, have never failed me. However, if you're looking for a knife that is great for chopping, good for trusting and an excellent fighting weapon then I would recommend Kukri Style Knives. If you're willing to invest your money for a good kukri then go for the Cold Steel Kukri. :-)
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Doctor What9 years ago
I don't really care much about knives, but I do like my leatherman. If I were you, I'd get the bowie, and call it David.
i also have a leatherman micra its nice tini tiny but use full when you need a multi tool
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Love my Micra (and my CORE) It went to Philmont with me.
They're nice for the Electronics tinkerer too, like myself. I think a Squirt E4 would probably be better, but I'm attached to my micra.
I have a juice. It's soooo cute! It's blue.
I have a Juice S2 from instructables. It is my pride and joy.
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