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Trademark Global 15-Inch Jungle Master Hunting Knife

Trademark Global 15-Inch Jungle Master Hunting Knife

Trademark Global 15-Inch Jungle Master Hunting Knife

  • Fifteen-inch, fixed blade tactical bowie knife for hunting and utility use
  • 10.5-inch, curved clip-point blade with serrated top edge for sawing
  • Blade constructed of 440 stainless steel
  • Ridged rubberized metal handle for a sure grip
  • Nylon sheath included; this item is not for sale in some specific zip codes

Jungle Master Fixed Blade Tactical Bowie KnifeThe fifteen-inch Jungle Master Tactical Knife provides a thick, high-quality 10.5-inch stainless steel blade for years of use. The curved clip point blade is great for puncturing and slicing, while the serrated top edge saws effectively. Designed for steady and secure handling, the knife is equipped with a ridged, rubberized metal handle. The knife blade is protected within the included nylon sheath. Specifications: Overall length: 15 inches Blade length: 10.5 inches Blade Style: Curved, clip point with serrated top edge Blade Material: 440 stainless steel Handle: Ridged rubberized metal Heavy duty nylon sheath

List Price: $ 29.90

Price: $ 7.99

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19 Comments/Reviews

  • Joshua says:
    80 of 85 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    15″ Jungle Master was WAY more than I expected, September 3, 2009
    By 
    Joshua

    This review is from: Trademark Global 15-Inch Jungle Master Hunting Knife (Sports)

    This knife is f-ing awesome. I was a little skeptical because of the price and I was blown away by the quality. This thing is sturdy and HUGE. I bought it for a camping trip in the woods of northern California and it did not leave my side one time. It worked for everything from widdling to fish gutting to scaring off some would be drunken “bad asses”.

    The sheath leaves a little (just a little) to be desired as it has this smooth what I think to be cardboard on the inside to prevent the knife cutting through the nylon, which is good because this thing came pretty damn sharp. Also there is no leg strap, but I was able remedied that with a tie strap and little creativity.

    This guy now has a new permanent home in my night stand drawer and I have a feeling that he will be around for a long time to come.

    I would recommend this knife to anyone who is looking for a good solid utility knife. For the price you could beat the crap out of it and buy another, but I think you will end up being pleasantly surprised with your purchase.

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  • Lance says:
    56 of 65 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Please watch my video review., August 6, 2011
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    Lance

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    This review is from: Trademark Global 15-Inch Jungle Master Hunting Knife (Sports)

    Customer Video Review Length:: 3:37 Mins

    You can find this video on Youtube as well.

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  • A. Bingham says:
    43 of 50 people found the following review helpful:
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Loose, May 24, 2010
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    This review is from: Trademark Global 15-Inch Jungle Master Hunting Knife (Sports)

    Got this to keep in my truck for hunting and fishing trips when I need to clean animals. The blade came pretty sharp, but everything was loose on this knife. The handle was loose from the hilt, the hilt was loose form the blade the blade was loose from the handle. I know that for $13 I shouldn’t expect a premium knife but, this is unusable. Returned for refund

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  • ashley hilton says:

    i saw a handful of things on how to inform and absolutely everyone i know explained the stainless steel blade is crap and the bronze is crap but its kinda outdated and i just dont now anymoore

  • Dop3 boy says:

    i found a used and old knife without a handle and im planning to restore it.

  • Felicia Foulkes says:

    This is what I have so far-

    There are many gases in the atmosphere. these gases are very important. these gases include carbon dioxide, water vapor, and oxygen. These gases are important for our survival but if there is too much of them, it could have drastic effects. An example of one of these effects is global warming.

    Global warming is caused by the release of gases in the atmosphere. This is usually caused by the emmission of gases such as carbon dioxide from homes, factories, and cars. These gases get trapped in the atmosphere and block ultraviolet rays from the sun which slowly increases the earth’s surface temperature. This has resulted in melting of polar ice caps, odd wather patterns and shorter winters. This affects us because when global warming increases the earth’s surface temperature, it impacts the weather we experience everyday and the gases we emmit decrease the amount of oxygen that we breathe.

    If you have anything to add, please tell me. I highly encourage it. I have more. This is just my intro

  • Maat Fernandez says:

    choices:1) because the razor blade might not be heavy enough to break through the surface tension of the water.
    2) because the blade is too sharp.
    3) because the force of gravity does not affect stainless steel.
    4) because of magic!

  • rtu96 says:

    Firstly, please note that this question is clearly not aimed at the anti-hunting, anti-gun lobby, so please don’t answer with such comments.

    I am not a hunter myself but I am very interested in the history of hunting and the activity itself.

    I would be very grateful if anybody could tell me, in terms a layman could understand, how hunting is not purely a selfish pass-time but also benefits the natural environment and local communities?

    Thanks.

  • AMZN_ES says:

    well im a knife man, and i would like to know if a stainless blade is ok. ive had them in the past, but this one i need to know if its ok for a defense/carry/outdoor/everything knife?

  • OLX 92 says:

    I want an axe to put on my wall, but the one I want is not sharp. That’s pretty lame in my book, so I wanna get it sharpened. Would that be a bad idea?
    I don’t care how dangerous it is. I want to know if it could potentially harm the blade or not.

  • Allen Zitzelman says:

    I am trying to make a knife out of a saw blade. I want to know if I should use a dremel tool, or an angel grinder. And how powerful does it need to be and what size blade. Thanks!

  • kickasskilla25 says:

    i saw a few things on how to tell and everyone i know said the stainless steel blade is crap and the bronze is crap but its kinda old and i just dont now anymoore

  • MFajariandi Saputra says:

    The problem is the Fed continuously printing money, if it goes global, then they’re just printing on a global scale. So how is going global going to solve anything?

  • 1twitteiro viciado says:

    Like for a sword, dagger, or knife. Is there some kind of oil or something that you can put on them to keep them in good condition?
    or non stainless steel

  • Rich Forever says:

    I once used a sharpener which made scratch mark on upper non-blade area. The knife was highly collectible knife and am quite bombed out. I know on Amazon.com I saw some KIT for stainless steel scratch remover, but review was OK, not sure if I want to spend $25 to find out it did not work for me. Any suggestion?

  • Adam Cebulski says:

    I was initially just going to get a bachelor’s degree but have heard that a master’s degree was almost necessary. Also, I was curious about a law being proposed stating that civil engineers were required to get their masters in order to take the pe exam. Is this true?

  • Chris Madden says:

    I asked recently about fitting 15inch tyres to a metric size wheel, tyre size 220/55VR390, and all of the advice I received was against the idea and said it couldn’t be done. The only option left is to replace the rims to take a 15 or 16inch tyre. What other BMW rims would fit a 1985 735i BMW?

  • Rodrigo Lopes says:

    Also what is the weather like in the jungle?

  • Monique Spalding says:

    My husband and I live in southern Alabama and we are looking for a small bit of property (40 acres- 300 acres) for either he and I to hunt, or for he, myself, and a very few friends to lease for hunting (deer, rabbit, hogs, etc). I have googled “hunting property for lease/ alabama” every way I can think of. Does anyone know of any websites that could help us? Any other suggestions?

    Thanks!

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