Weight: 10.1 oz.
Blade Thickness: 3/32" (2.5mm)
Blade Length: 7"
Steel: SK-5 High Carbon
Overall Length: 12 1/4"
I THANK THIS IS AN AWESOME SURVIVAL KNIFE. IT IS MADE OUT OF HIGH CARBON STEEL...
I want one, and I want one for a female friend. I cannot fo the life of me however find anything positive or negative about this knife. I like the plastic ones for some reason, I do mostly own steel knives, but I want to see if its worth the money in getting one of these. I am a traditionalist...
Before reading Six Ways In & Twelve Ways Out, and before some real-world application, I was all about my SOG SEAL Pup. I was sure it was all I needed for camping/survival.
After reading about George Jasper's outlook on blades, as well as practicing skills outlined in the manual such as shelter...
I have a cold steel bushman that has yet to be beaten up. Last week I noticed that the tube sheath that came with it was cracking and splitting up by the top rivets. I contacted Cold Steel customer service, sent in some pix, and they sent me out a new survival sheath asap.:thumb:
To determine the difference of Cold Steel old Carbon V and new SK5 steel.
Took the back side of a Cold Steel SK5 Recon Scout and smacked it on the back side of Cold Steel Carbon V SRK. Then smacked the SRK on the Recon.
The SK5 has larger dents from either collision. The Carbon V...
These are the Two knives. I don't plan to cut any trees down with it, i just want a good hunting/tactical knife. Which one do you think is a better knife? I can find a recon scout for $56 at...
A colleague bought one of these guys recently.
Thought I'd share what I could.
Got it here:http://www.heinnie.com/pYggh91098686/Knives/Cold-Steel/Cold-Steel-Pocket-Bushman/p-92-127-3239/
From the pictures it looks like a handy little piece of kit. In fact it is a rather large bugger.