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Hansa 15 1/2 Inch Rambo Yegua Machete

(1 customer review)
Hansa Machetes, Ecuador
  • Blade Length: 15  1/2″
  • Black plastic injected and multi-riveted handle
  • Microalloyed high carbon steel quenched and tempered to maximum flexibility
  • Serrated spine with deep teeth, can opener, concave edge on belly, and spey tip.
  • Primary grind established at factory but will require further sharpening for fine edge.
  • Not aesthetically pristine and may have minor blemishes that are not considered defective.
  • Sheath Sold Separately
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A truly unique machete, this has it all for the survivalist, hunter, or camping enthusiast.

This blade has several distinct features; a serrated spine with deep teeth for coarse sawing, a can opener, a spey tip for skinning, and a concave edge on the bellywhich can be sharpened for stripping side branches from poles and trunks. This machete does everything a large camp knife can do, plus the weighted blade makes it great for chopping. A three in one tool, eliminating the need for an ax or a saw.

 

SKU: HANC03 Categories: ,
Brand

Blade Length

15 1/2 in.

Total Length

20 1/2 in.

Weight

14 oz.

Width at Widest Point

2 13/16 in.

Blade Composition

High Carbon Steel

Blade Thickness (Above Handle / At Tip)

1.90 mm. / 1.52 mm.

Blade Style

Blade Detail

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

Handle Features

Rivited

Handle Material

Hard Plastic / Polypropylene

Handle Style

Quillon

Country of Origin

Ecuador

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  1. Matthew Romanelli (verified owner)

    I lived and worked in Loja Province [Southern Ecuador], for 5 and 1/2 years in a rented house on 4 acres. On the weekends and after work, when I wasn’t managing the C.M.U. plant where I worked; I used this machete as my go to when cutting grass and small soft wood. It is true what is said about the machete – the Ecuadorian jungle school managed by it’s only Commando battalion, issue this machete to all attendees. It is a badge of pride that the graduates carry. I asked couple of commandos that I met at the public market, one of whom was carrying a painted version – and asked what they used the saw back for – his reply was both surprising and typical for Ecuador: they push the barbed wire down [or away from them], when going under fences. This machete takes a huge amount of abuse, when hitting stones and other hard objects. It sharpens easily, holds a great edge and is just the right length when working in dense bush.

    Matthew Romanelli