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Full Tang Blade Hunting Survival Machete Ninja Sword Reviews

Full Tang Blade Hunting Survival Machete Ninja Sword

Full Tang Blade Hunting Survival Machete Ninja Sword

  • Full Tang Construction
  • 24 3/4 Inches Overall
  • Stainless Steel Blade
  • Black Wood Handle Inlays
  • Includes Nylon Sheath

Full Tang Heavy Duty Outback Machete Sword. The blade of the sword has been constructed from 440 Stainless Steel with a black ridge running down the center of the blade. The blade features a false upper edge along the entire length of the blade. The guard is a solid steel construction that conforms to your hand.

List Price: $ 0.00

Price: $ 19.00

6 Comments/Reviews

  • Hakan E. Swenson says:
    20 of 22 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    An awsome sword, May 24, 2009
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    Hakan E. Swenson (Utah) –
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    This review is from: Full Tang Blade Hunting Survival Machete Ninja Sword (Misc.)

    This sword is amazing. I thought I was getting a piece of crap when I ordered it for twenty bucks. When it got here I was extremly surprised. It is a good solid piece of metal and is actually quite sharp. The full tang makes it a very tough sword. It also has a very good feel to it. My only complaint is the sheath. It sucks. It is left handed and has no back strap. The sword well makes up for it in every way.

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  • D. DeBar says:
    15 of 16 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Weeds or ninjas, this blade dispatches either with frightening efficiency!, November 12, 2009
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    D. DeBar (Pittsburgh) –
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    This review is from: Full Tang Blade Hunting Survival Machete Ninja Sword (Misc.)

    I know why you’re here, you were searching the web asking yourself “where can I find a blade that can be used for hunting, survival, cutting down overgrown weeds, and fighting ninjas?” If you need a blade to handle all 4 of these absolutely essential uses, look no further!

    This is the best hunting, survival, machete, ninja sword I have ever used! We all know many other hunting, survival, machete, ninja swords there are out there that aren’t up to snuff. This is the one!

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  • ShowtimeMike says:
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    GREAT BUY…at least for what you are paying for it., May 4, 2010
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    ShowtimeMike (FT Gordon GA, USA) –

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    This review is from: Full Tang Blade Hunting Survival Machete Ninja Sword (Misc.)

    With the pricetag on this one, I was expecting a piece of junk but it has pretty good reviews so I took a chance. I was not disapponited. I would describe this as a semi-functional piece. You don’t want to go out whacking trees with this but if you needed to hack through some brush this would suffice. I imagine it would work well for home defense if the guy has a knife or is unarmed and you can’t get to your gun in time. It’s pretty well made, it is one piece of steel so you won’t have it falling apart on contact. For the money you can’t really ask for a better piece, but Ramirez’s sword from Highlander it is not.Don’t go challenging people to sword fights and shouting that there can be only one. You’ll have to spend a bit more for one of those.

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  • Jack Slater says:

    I am working on a undertaking designing a hand software with a entire body produced of stainless steel. Any advice about the greatest approach to correct on a preformed metal take care of (like a brick laying trowel handle)?

    for case in point is it easier to weld standard steel to steel?
    Also is it much more tough to weld stainless steel onto stainless steel?

    Any assistance appreciated

    Cheers

  • Vicky says:

    I bought a stainless steel set about 3 years ago; it was on sale and wasn’t teflon ( I hate that stuff). It’s been awesome but now one saucepan has cracks from the base to the top. What could have caused this? The dishwasher maybe? Anyway, what should I buy next time around? Think maybe my stuff is just a freak ocurrence and stainless would be OK to buy again?

  • mlee404 says:

    I have a stainless steel 11 quart pot that I’ve discovered what I think is a rust spot. Is there something I can buy to get rid of the spot or should I pitch the pot?

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