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Condor Bushlore

18+
£63.95
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The Condor Bushlore is one of our top selling outdoor knives. It is a superior camp knife which has been crafted with hard-use in mind. The 1075 Carbon Steel blade is a great steel, and when you couple the steel with the Scandi grind you get one very strong and effective cutting tool. The blade length is pretty much perfect for all your bushcraft and outdoor needs, not too long that it’s a burden, not too short that it can’t perform heavy duty tasks. The fact that it is full tang is also a great asset!


The handle on this version of the Condor Bushlore is hard wood. This gives the knife a nice weight balance and grip. The swell of the handle is shaped almost perfectly for the average sized hand, with a sizable finger choil as a good safety feature. To top this off the handle is also fitted with brass pins, which look really smart!


The Condor Bushlore also comes complete with a sturdy brown leather sheath which is perfectly sized to fit the knife. It also has a good sized belt loop meaning it can be used with pretty much any width belt.

SKU
CTK23243HC
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length (cm)
10.7
Overall Length (cm)
24.1
Blade Material:
Carbon Steel
Blade Thickness (cm)
0.3
Grind:
Scandi
Sheath:
Leather
Warranty:
1 Year
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Handle Material:
Wood
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Spear Point
Product Weight (g)
173
Newest:
2014-01-15 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
58.9500
GTIN:
07417000529012

Description


The Condor Bushlore is one of our top selling outdoor knives. It is a superior camp knife which has been crafted with hard-use in mind. The 1075 Carbon Steel blade is a great steel, and when you couple the steel with the Scandi grind you get one very strong and effective cutting tool. The blade length is pretty much perfect for all your bushcraft and outdoor needs, not too long that it’s a burden, not too short that it can’t perform heavy duty tasks. The fact that it is full tang is also a great asset!


The handle on this version of the Condor Bushlore is hard wood. This gives the knife a nice weight balance and grip. The swell of the handle is shaped almost perfectly for the average sized hand, with a sizable finger choil as a good safety feature. To top this off the handle is also fitted with brass pins, which look really smart!


The Condor Bushlore also comes complete with a sturdy brown leather sheath which is perfectly sized to fit the knife. It also has a good sized belt loop meaning it can be used with pretty much any width belt.

Specification


SKU
CTK23243HC
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length (cm)
10.7
Overall Length (cm)
24.1
Blade Material:
Carbon Steel
Blade Thickness (cm)
0.3
Grind:
Scandi
Sheath:
Leather
Warranty:
1 Year
Handle Material:
Wood
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Spear Point
Product Weight (g)
173
Newest:
2014-01-15 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
58.9500
GTIN:
07417000529012

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  • 4
    Great blade for the price

    Posted by Jimmy on 3rd Oct 2016

    This knife reallt impressed for the price its strong and light holds a great edge and has quite a chunky handle which i personally prefer. The only thing preventing this from getting 5 stars is the sheath as with most knives there is no left handed option. Come on manufacturers start recognising the lefties.

  • 5
    Can 80 people be wrong

    Posted by Tyler Durden on 16th Jun 2016

    Absolute quality bushcrfating blade, as long as you know what your getting there wont be any problems, its high carbon so will rust so keep dry and oiled (olive is best imo) keeping knife in a damp envirnment without oiled is asking for trouble. Its best to know and repsect and learn about your tools first before using them its not the tools fault it cant look after istelf. A* blade and service from HH

  • 5
    Worth Every Penny

    Posted by Mick on 7th May 2016

    Excellent knife and Sheath, a bigger handle than you might think, will fit a large hand very comfortably. Speedy delivery and well packaged

  • 2
    Poor

    Posted by Ian on 6th May 2016

    Within one day of opening it leaving it in the sheath over night the next morning I went to a friend and it was starting to go rusty. Honest opinion it might be a good price but you will be constantly wondering each time you take it out the sheath I wonder what colour the blade will be. Avoid !

  • 5
    Very good

    Posted by iron-man on 14th Feb 2016

    Flawless out of the box and a year after, I can say only "minus excellent", Why not excelent? Because the steel is little soft, the edge can be bended a little if used hard, But not dammaged! Repeared in seconds with a back of the swiss-knife. And thats all negative about it. Fantastic for wood carving, cuts, splits, build a shelter, cuts mushroms,... I'm wearing it as neck-knife for a day or weekend hikes, but more often as a tool for spoons carving. Carbon steel, wood, brass and leather...traditional, romantic, not high-tech as RealSteel Bushcraft II. Keeps razor sharp with sharpening steel and leather strop. Works every weekend.. My favorite! Higly recommended.

  • 3
    I must have got a bad one

    Posted by JH on 10th Feb 2016

    God knows what I did with my fieldcrafter but I can't find it anywhere, so it needed replacing. Having heard all the glowing reviews, about the Bushlore , I decided to buy one. Needless to say the service from HH was first class,....pity I can't say the same about the knife. Out of the box, the handle felt rough in places and I could clearly see a mini bevel on the Scandi grind. I toyed with the idea of sending it back for another, but knew I would hand finish the knife anyway, so off to the workbench with it. The blade was reasonably sharp, but it did not cut paper very well and would not take hairs off the forearm. I started with the handle and used some 180 and 320 grit paper and soon had the handle as smooth as glass and a shape more suited to my hand. I palmed some gunstock oil into the scales which made the grain pop and sealed it beautifully. Next was to sort the blade. Mine had a 3mm ricasso, which I thought they had done away with. I used magic marker to colour in the scandi grind and started on a 800 grit whetstone. After a few strokes on either side and looking at the marker pen, you could see the scandi grind was all over the place and the grind at the ricasso had been hollow ground. I was really beginning to suspect after all the glowing reviews, that I had got a 'Friday afternoon special' and this one had slipped through quality control. Working through a number of grits down to a 6000, I had a true scandi grind (apart from 4mm in front of the ricasso) after a good stropping session, the blade would now pop hairs from your arm and fall through paper. i was suppose to have gone deer stalking early afternoon, but had to cancel. I told my shoot partner that if he bagged one, would he call me as I had a new knife to test. A few hours later I had a call that he had dropped a stag with a broken leg. He was only a ten minute drive away and I was soon christening the knife as I used it to field dress the deer. The blade cut well and was easy to steer. I was impressed how delicate you could be when working around organs , but also how hefty it was when taking the legs off. The blade never dulled and held its edge, but I did tickle it on the strop after cleaning. I am thoroughly impressed with the sheath, which is of superb quality and you would normally find with a much more expensive knife. I actually found it hard to justify the 3 stars I gave the knife, as out of the box quality was very poor, but as I said I'm convinced I got a bad one. As the knife stands now, I would give it five stars, but it did take some major fettling to get it right. I'm half tempted to buy another just to see if it's as bad as the one I got. At the end of the day you can't ignore the price and I now have a knife that looks and behaves like a blade costing over 3 times the initial outlay.

  • 5
    An excellent outdoor knife...

    Posted by DS on 2nd Jan 2016

    I am fortunate to own more than a few decent knives, many of which cost a great deal more than this Condor, and yet, this is by far my favourite knife. Sure it doesn't have all the bells and whistles, it's not made from some supersteel and its finish is not up there with the best ; nevertheless there is a certain honest charm to this knife. It is plenty tough, has an excellent blade shape for bushcraft/campcraft etc and is made to a perfectly adequate standard for hard outdoor use. Any quibbles for me are purely cosmetic (there are a few machining marks in the steel, the handle isn't perfectly matched etc) but this just serves to give the knife a bit of character. I have found when heading out on woodland trips that this is the knife I always take now. I have trust that it won't let me down, and if the worst should happen and I break or lose the knife I won't be too upset. All in all, it's a solid working tool... if you are in the market for a bushcraft knife on a budget and fancy something more substantial and organic feeling than a Mora (not knocking them by the way, they are excellent in their own right) then this is the knife for you. In fact I would even recommend that folks in the market for a high end bushcraft knife consider this too...and spend the money saved on something else shiny from Heinnie!

  • 5
    Very impressed

    Posted by BIGJOHNCOFFEY on 31st Dec 2015

    I couldn't be happier with this knife! Has a very nice plain finish. Comes razor sharp out the box! Well worth the money. Just keep in mind being carbon steel it will take some maintenance to avoid rust so that is worth considering before purchasing this knife. Yet again Heinnie Haynes provided some of the best service I have ever received from an online supplier. This is the 6th knife I have bought from them and the only people i will ever by knifes from.

  • 5
    nice

    Posted by gus on 29th Dec 2015

    for the money this knife is excellent.the handle is large enough for large hands and comfortable for smaller hands.it is more than capable around camp.from fires,food prep and general camp tasks.the sheath is well made. with good stitch work backed upped by solid rivets.the belt loop is large at 2 1/4 inches or 60mm .over all a good knife perfect for the beginner or the seasoned outdoors man.thanks chaps as always excellent

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