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Imacasa 12 Inch Serrated Rambo Machete With Sheath

(6 customer reviews)
Imacasa Machetes, El Salvador
  • Blade Length: 12″
  • Overall Length: 17″
  • High Impact Polypropylene Handle with crossguard
  • Serrated bush blade with guthook and can opener.
  • Primary grind established at factory but may require sharpening before first use.
  • Not aesthetically pristine and may have minor blemishes that are not considered defective.
  • Light Weight Canvas Sheath included
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The rambo machete is an extremely versatile, portable machete. With a compact, serrated blade you can cut or saw virtually anything. With both a can opener and guthook included, it works great for campers or survivalists. The tip is sharpened on both sides for piercing and incising. The green canvas sheath has a loop for attaching to your belt.

Imacasa is based in Santa Ana, El Salvador, but produces machetes for almost all of the Americas. Imacasa machetes and cutting tools are designed to excel in industries such as agricultural, construction and gardening.

Imacasa is the sister company of Condor Machetes, whose reputation of producing quality machetes has been established for over two centuries.

Like Condor, Imacasa produces excellent quality machetes and has a marketing policy directed toward customer satisfaction in each region. With their willingness to adapt to local styles and quality manufacturing, Imacasa machetes have received great acceptance and a big demand in many markets.

SKU: IM-850-12B P--I Categories: ,
Brand

Blade Length

12 in.

Total Length

17 1/2 in.

Weight

10 oz.

Weight with Sheath

11 oz.

Width at Widest Point

1 3/4 in.

Blade Composition

1075 High Carbon Steel

Blade Thickness (Above Handle / At Tip)

1.96 mm. / 1.90 mm.

Blade Style

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Blade Detail

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

Full Tang

Yes

Handle Material

Hard Plastic / Polypropylene

Handle Style

Crossguard, Quillon

Country of Origin

El Salvador

Based on 6 reviews

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  1. Jim Cracker

    Lets face it, Rambo knives have always been a BudK or flea market fantasy product for people to play around with big knives in their living rooms while making a lip curl and dreaming of jumping off cliffs into trees. If you ride a motorcycle or ATV then the handle will feel very familiar to you…just don’t give it gas while cutting or you will bend your edge. If you carry fancy beer in your bug out bag then you can open them with this very knife, although Rambo would use his teeth because if he takes out his knife, then he has to kill something or have a flashback..either way bad things happen . If you need a fish scaler or once sharpened, a tiny saw that will have you stroking like Joe Biden at a elementary school beauty pageant, then this is your knife.
    Most of us woods folks use our knee to break stuff but you may use it to cut your way out of chopper wreckage, saw firewood, set trap sticks to take out enemy patrol. or snare rabbits…let your fantasy run wild.
    I am waiting for the Chuck Norris Delta Force version to come out which has the cigar cutter and I will be on that bad boy like Bill Clinton on the Lolita Express.
    I think some South American fighting force actually issues this thing but then again they don’t have a Navy or Airforce to waste money on so they get their soldiers the best equipment an infantryman can get…courtesy of your tax dollars and overspending military surplus budget. ; )
    A 26 year S.F. veteran whom carried a Multitool knife for the field and a seat belt cutter for jumps that saw lots of big blades left behind by enlist infantrymen too tired to keep carrying gear, some of which ended up in the hands of the enemy says something like, big knives are for Fantasies…like Rambo.

    Jim Cracker

  2. William Romero (verified owner)

    Very quality made blade. It looks rough but the temper of the blade is perfect. It sliced thru a cardboard box with ease before I even put an edge on it. The sticker on the blade describes it as indestructible in spanish.

    William Romero

  3. David

    1st machete I’ve tried in over 50 years of Northern Canadian bushcraft that I have actually liked!!! A simple knife with the right balance of heft, edge and ergonomics to slice the way clear through willows, spruce boughs, devil’s club, etc.. Hones to shaving sharp readily and keeps its edge while hacking through hard fibre boreal forest conditions. I found mine, but I would gladly purchase one of these fine trail knives….

    David

  4. Frank

    I got one a few days ago. You get what you pay for, it’s a cheap machete so the blade is not polished. But it is a work machete not a fancy name brand knife. It is sturdy, the handle is tuff and gives it a nice overall look. I like the fact that the blade can be sharpened on both sides if you wish, on the top side the first portion can be sharpened giving you a spear head. The saw seems dull, not sure if it’s supposed to be a saw or a fish descaler. I am satisfied with my purchase.

    Frank

  5. David a kinninger (verified owner)

    I was a little unhappy with this one as my first review stated but this company has integrity and will make you happy you can trust that .

    David a kinninger

  6. David a kinninger (verified owner)

    Slap me for not buying the 12in tramontina , this one is a joke you sell good stuff this makes you look bad. Shame on you used the sheath to blow my nose it was thinner than my tissue .

    David a kinninger