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Ka-Bar Marine Hunter

18+
£79.95
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Clasically styled leather-handled hunting knives have
been popular since the early 1900s. Dressy enough
for a gift, and practical for field use. Brown leather
KA-BAR sheath included.
SKU:
KA1235
GTIN
Brand:
Ka-Bar
Colour:
Brown
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
17.6000
Overall Length:
27.4000
Blade Material:
DIN 1.4116 ss
Blade Hardness (HRC):
55-57 HRC
Grind:
Hollow
Handle Material:
Leather
Newest:
2014-01-28 14:04:50
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
79.9500
GTIN:
00617717212352

Description


Clasically styled leather-handled hunting knives have
been popular since the early 1900s. Dressy enough
for a gift, and practical for field use. Brown leather
KA-BAR sheath included.

Specification


SKU:
KA1235
Brand:
Ka-Bar
Colour:
Brown
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
17.6000
Overall Length:
27.4000
Blade Material:
DIN 1.4116 ss
Blade Hardness (HRC):
55-57 HRC
Grind:
Hollow
Handle Material:
Leather
Newest:
2014-01-28 14:04:50
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
79.9500
GTIN:
00617717212352

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Reviews


  • 3
    Survival

    Posted by John greek on 13th Aug 2015

    i think that knife deserve the money but the steel is for hunting or for sailormans duty but not for extremely hard use on fields like USMC

  • 5
    Takes me back dib dib dob

    Posted by Mickey Steele on 22nd Jul 2015

    Takes me back to my scouting days when I used to wear with pride, yes its made in taiwan but dont let that put you off. Take it for the superb value blade with the history of the design and company and you will want one. I can see me passing this down to little Steele in the future.

    Top notch HH

  • 1
    Don't waste your money

    Posted by Will on 19th Jul 2015

    At the time of this review, this knife is around £55. I wouldn't even pay £5 for this. I bought this almost 3 years ago now and have regretted it ever since. I stopped using it after the 1 year mark and only found it today which inspired me to warn others off of it.
    The fit and finish on my knife is actually okay. Everything is flush with each other and the blade and pommel are polished well. That's where the good things stop. This knife is not good for anything except from being part of a collection. The knife steel is seriously awful, something you'd expect from a £5 'survival knife'. It's incredibly soft and will stay sharp until you gently brush it against a stick (or take it out of it's sheath). Speaking of which, the sheath is put together well but the knife rattles around in it and the knife cuts it on the way out.
    Nothing good about it. Don't buy it. Get something else.

  • 3
    Ka-Bar Marine Hunter

    Posted by David on 24th Jan 2012

    A very beautiful knife, but I was pretty disappointed with the build quality to be honest; the little guard between the handle and the blade was loose although a drip of superglue sorted it out straight away. The sheath is mediocre too, perfectly fine and usable but I was expecting a little more from Ka-Bar. All things considered though, I do love the knife.

  • 2
    dissapointing knife

    Posted by Robert on 12th Jun 2011

    I have just bought this as a gift for a friend and am glad i wont be using it.
    First of all i didnt read the other reviews to notice but this knife is under 6 inches in blade length not 7.

    Pros: Looks great, excellent handle and pommel.

    Cons: Feels flimsy due to quite a thin blade, very uneven polished finish and not sharp at all. Used a lansky to sharpen but the steel is the softest ive ever sharpened, so had to put a very steep bevel.
    Sheath is next to useless as the blade catches and cuts it putting it in and the fastener is loose and high so the hilt rides up and exposes the blade.

  • 5
    k-bar hunter

    Posted by Bill on 25th Mar 2010

    This is one of the best knives I have ever owned. Yes it is made in Taiwan but name a knife that is not made over in that part of the world now days. The important part is that it still meets K-bars standards. Excellent for camp or survival use.

  • 4
    Marine Hunter

    Posted by Tony on 17th Sep 2009

    I wondered how they do this knife for the price? Made in Taiwan, but none the worse for that. Looks like a souped up and better quality version of the "Scout Knife" I had in the early 1960's. Very sharp, a good choice for general / camping use, stainless steel blade suitable for food - slices even a soft tomato no problem. Not as robust as the standard military type Ka-Bar, but handier size and recommended for all but tactical use.