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21″ Rose Ebony Machette w/ Wooden Handle machete

21″ Rose Ebony Machette w/ Wooden Handle machete

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New Page 1 New Page 1 New HK82: 21 Rose Ebony Machete w/ Wooden Handle with Sheath! Total Length: 21 Blade Length: 15″, Thickness: 3/8″ Black Nylon Sheath 5 Rose Wood Ebony Handle Black Nylon Carrying Strap (Back of Sheath)

List Price: $ 11.49

Price: $ 11.49

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11 Comments/Reviews

  • Valerian Espinosa says:
    6 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Satisfied, April 19, 2011
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    Valerian Espinosa (Sin City) –

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    Package came in today containing my Machete. I’m more than satisfied with the blade!! For the price I paid, how can I not be? Very solid feel with a blade thickness that gives you confidence in knowing that your first full chopping swing with this blade that it will not bend or flex upon contact with whatever you’re trying to cut through. My only complaint is the sheath and attached strap. The strap is totally worthless. Flimsy to the point that it looks like an afterthought. Yes it can adjust to different lengths but it’s a closed loop meaning it can not open to strap around your waist. Even if it could open, it’s still wouldn’t be long enough to go around my waist and I’m a size 34!! At it’s widest, it’s still not long enough to place over my shoulder and across my chest to carry on my back. Luckily I know someone that can make a custom leather sheath for me so that I can carry it on my waist. To sum things up, the blade is great while the sheath is worthless. Still a decent buy though…

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  • Anonymous says:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good Blade, Bad Sheath, January 5, 2012
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    I really like this blade, good weight/balance, good handle, albeit a little slippery when when. Fixed that with some paracord. The blade comes with a “factory” edge, not great but sharp. I knew for the price it would be a little cheaper made, but I am impressed with the quality. The sheath on the other hand, no good. It came with a hole already in the tip, a little cheap cat leash of a strap. Closed loop, no velcro or click attachments, and I ripped it off first time I put any pressure on it. It also has a zipper, I mean really a zipper, it doesn’t make any sense. The knife also came in a different box then whats pictured, no big deal just saying. Good purchase, for the blade, don’t expect much of the sheath for long if you actually choose to use it.

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  • Simon Pilkington says:

    I planted 3 rose bushes about 3 weeks ago. And there are nevertheless no roses on any of them. How extended will it just take before I see any roses?

  • Short Shorts Dan says:

    the kind i want is without dyes or arificial colouring, i want real wooden bowls, preferably in a set with wooden forks and spoons.i dont want to purchase online.Any shopping areas or malls which do sell these sets or bowls?
    btw, i am a singaporean asking my fellow locals where to get these utensils.

  • Emi Loyet says:

    I planted 3 rose bushes about 3 weeks ago. And there are still no roses on any of them. How long will it take before I see any roses?

  • Van Mayors Office says:

    I’ve just defeated the Draugr Deathlord with the ebony bow at the Lost Valkygg which took about an hour! And now I’ve dropped down the hole and another Draugr Deathlord is attacking me and I can’t defeat it. Unlike the other one I don’t have anything to hide behind and I just keep on dying. Please help!

    Note: I’m level 10 and my weapons are the ebony bow (obviously) and the axe of whiterun. My spells are healing, sparks and flames.

  • Brian Hambleton says:

    I’ve encountered this situation twice, and each time they go away with hurt feelings – but I’m not sure how to handle it more subtly because they don’t want to drop the subject. How would you handle a similar situation? What would you tell them to get the point across, without coming across as rude?

  • SAMANTHA LEVERETTE says:

    There are always situations where a person breaks into a house then gets shot by the house owner in self defense, but what if a person instead had a machete or sword and hacked the person to pieces in self defense?

    Guns put nice little holes into the body, but a large blade would take off limbs or disembowel a person, how would people in court react when you say you acted in self defense?

  • Princess Melody says:

    I’ve just defeated the Draugr Deathlord with the ebony bow at the Lost Valkygg which took about an hour! And now I’ve dropped down the hole and another Draugr Deathlord is attacking me and I can’t defeat it. Unlike the other one I don’t have anything to hide behind and I just keep on dying. Please help!

    Note: I’m level 10 and my weapons are the ebony bow (obviously) and the axe of whiterun. My spells are healing, sparks and flames.

  • RoslynbIrvanlru says:

    I have a real machete that I use for camping and such, and I thought it would be a cool prop for a zombie costume. It has a very dull metal blade and could probably only be used to hurt somebody if you swung it at them very hard (which I don’t plan on doing).
    I think this is probably illegal, and probably a dumb question, but I figured it wouldn’t hurt to ask.
    I live in the US in Utah.

  • Lizzie Galatioto says:

    I am going to be backpack camping in the boundary waters coming up this summer. I have this Machete that I could really use in the wilderness for various things such as cutting some branches down for firewood, and its alot lighter then bringing an axe. I have a sheath with it that connects to my belt. What are the laws and or regulations about carrying such a tool in the wilderness in northern Minnesota.

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