Cold Steel Kukri Μασέτα Με Θήκη (97KMSΖ)
If you were suddenly cast away on a desert island or stranded in the wilderness or a jungle, what is the one tool you would want
at your side? The answer is a good machete. Over the last three centuries, the machete has proven to be the ultimate outdoor and
survival tool. It will cut, chop, slash, hack, split, scrape, scoop, hammer, dig, crush, carve, whittle, crack or smash just about
anything you can put in front of it. The machete also makes a deadly improvised weapon. It can be used to kill both fish and game
and will gut, scale, fillet, skin, quarter and butcher them for the table as well. And when you look at its price, it has to be
one of the best bargains.
These blades are forged out of 1055 carbon steel with a tough spring temper and are surfaced with a black, baked-on anti-rust
finish. Each Cold Steel machete comes with a good utility edge which, with just a little work, can be made hair-shaving sharp. The
tough polypropylene handles of these machetes are designed to provide a comfortable secure grip and are rugged enough to resist
chipping, cracking or breaking. They last practically forever.
There is possibly no single-edged blade that can out-chop or out-cut a good Kukri. It is true that some of the best Kukris, like
Cold Steel's Gurkha model, can be somewhat expensive, and while that "thoroughbred" performs extraordinarily well for
the money that it costs, it sometimes seems that what?s required is a good, inexpensive, "workhorse" model.