Marble’s 18 Inch Swamp Master Machete with Cord-Wrapped Grip
- Blade Length: 18″
- Overall Length: 24″
- Natural color handle handle that is wrapped in a nylon cord
- Panga style 1075 High Carbon Steel blade with orange finish
- Primary grind established at factory but will require further sharpening for fine edge.
- Sheath Sold Separately
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The Marble’s 18 inch Swamp Master Machete is a great machete for general chopping use and cutting green vegetation. It’s a well-balanced workhorse that has solid weight for chopping and a curvature that allows for easy slicing. The cord-wrapping on the grip aids in preventing slippage.
Marble’s® products have been highly sought by serious sportsmen for more than a century. Webster Marble understood the needs of the outdoorsmen and used innovative concepts and the best materials available to make sporting equipment that was both practical and durable. His experience with hunting, fishing, camping and exploring the wilderness of nature was second to none. As the saying goes, having a need is the mother of invention, Mr. Marble continued to create various tools which would be both durable and practical.
The history of Marble’s Compasses dates to 1900 and have been carried by famous explorers and Presidents. One of the oldest players in the knife manufacturing business, Marble Outdoors Knives retained its fame and quality throughout its journey from inception to now. His experience with hunting, fishing, camping and exploring the wilderness of nature was second to none. As the saying goes, having a need is the mother of invention, Mr. Marble continued to create various tools which would be both durable and practical.
Additionally, Marble’s machete blades feature a bright orange finish for safety and visibility – making these a strong candidate for work applications.
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The wire wrapped handle feels good, but it is not wound tightly enough. I had to stabilize mine with some light-curing resin. Better to save the four bucks and get the plain wood handle.
Sharpen a few inches of the back of the blade to use as a brush hook or cut on the back swing.