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Cold Steel 17 Inch Magnum Kukri Machete with Cordura Sheath

(2 customer reviews)
Cold Steel
  • Blade Length:  17″
  • Overall Length: 22″
  • Textured hard polypropylene handle
  • Bush Style SAE 1055 High-Carbon Steel with Black Baked-On Anti Rust Matte Finish
  • Imported from South Africa
  • Primary grind established at factory but may require further sharpening for desired edge.
  • Sheath included
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The Cold Steel Magnum Kukri Machete is ready to plow through the toughest chores! Perfect as a lighter-weight bushcraft or camping tool that can be carried on a belt or lashed to a pack, the Royal Kukri Machete packs a great deal of value into a relatively small, light and inexpensive package.

SKU: CS97MKM Categories: ,
Brand

Blade Length

17 in.

Total Length

22 in.

Weight

1 lb. 4 oz.

Weight with Sheath

1 lb. 9 oz.

Width at Widest Point

2 1/2 in.

Blade Composition

1055 High Carbon Steel

Blade Thickness (Above Handle / At Tip)

2.8 mm. / 2.6 mm.

Blade Style

Full Tang

Yes

Blade Detail

Primary grind established at factory but may require sharpening before first use.

Handle Features

Lanyard Hole

Handle Material

Hard Plastic / Polypropylene

Handle Style

Quillon

Sheath Material

Nylon

Country of Origin

South Africa

Based on 2 reviews

2.5 overall
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  1. Jonathan

    First and foremost this is a machete, it is not designed or marketed as a bushcraft tool. So I would agree with the previous review, it is not for youtube videos of complex wooden traps and intricately carved joints of over engineered shelters. The pointy tip is indeed light but the belly of the blade is quite heavy and this easily chopped down several Mulberry 1.5-2″, some similarly sized cherry and b/walnut. Cleared dozens of wisteria vines .5-2″. Than I cut down two Myrtles one dead at about 8″ and another green around 6″. Sure it’s not an axe but it outcut my Condor mini duku by far. It cuts way beyond it’s price and sustained little damage when chopped into the ground at roots. A great beater machete.
    I actually cut off the tip and fashioned the end similar to the duku or Aussie. Made it more balanced (still don’t understand ppl thinking it’s not blade heavy)
    If you want a machete that’s better at chopping heavier brush but still can do light brush and not be overkill this is great. It came fully sharpened, sheath is nice enough. Now I bought this for my property but I wouldn’t hesistate to pack it if I was looking for a machete to camp with. It will easily fill all logical and legal tasks in the U.S.
    If you are looking to whack it through logs like youtube who knows. I have built more campfires than I could hope to remember and not once did I split the wood or cut it all neatly to a specific size. Grip is nice and solid, if you have office hands than you may want gloves. Blade sharpens well and cuts deep. Put that poor Condor to shame, ended up throwing away the duku in disgust. Want machete to be machete=buy. Want to use machete as protractor=no

    Jonathan

  2. Jeffrey brown

    The balance is wrong for any type of bushcraft. It is tip light causing serious wrist impact.

    Jeffrey brown