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    Machete

    Hey guys,

    My sisters boyfriend does a fighting class where he uses machetes for training. Does anyone know where to get a set of two machetes small or large that are really nice? Anything super cool would be appreciated... We just have no idea where to really go about getting some that arent just cheapy plastic crap.

    Thanks for any input...

    Brad
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    Not a machete but a badass butcher knife on 14" almost like a machete good price to. and the cool forgecraft stamps
    random vid of one.


    where to buy it
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ontario-Old-...item4d09678625
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    I have one of those - it's totally badass!!! When someone coined the term "lamb splitter" I think this is what they had in mind.

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    oh man! these looks sweet!
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    I would think any Army Navy surplus store.

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    i think i remember cold steel have a variety of good machetes (different shapes) , maybe boker too.

    have you tried all the regular folding knifemakers like crkt, spyderco, benchmade etc?

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    Cannot beat the price on that Old Hickory 1095 heat treated.I like Machete's too. Condor makes good blades too.Having a sheath helps protect edge & for carring into the bush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keithsaltydog View Post
    Cannot beat the price on that Old Hickory 1095 heat treated.I like Machete's too. Condor makes good blades too.Having a sheath helps protect edge & for carring into the bush.
    Well, I can't imagine throwing a Condor, but they are well made/finished,and heavy duty, not like so many flimsy pieces of crap, including Cold Steel. Well made, heavy leather sheath as well. This, IMHO, is one of the best buys around. Same goes for their camp knives, hatchets and axes. Buy without fear. http://www.condortk.com/

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