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Ontario SP-8 10 Inch Survival Rescue Machete with Sheath

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)
Ontario Knife Company
  • Blade Length:  10″
  • Overall Length: 15.2 ″
  • Straight edge on the belly and sawback on the spine
  • Textured Kraton Handle
  • Coping High Carbon Steel with Black Baked-On Anti Rust Matte Finish
  • Made in America
  • Arrives with Flat Bevel w/ Secondary Flat Bevel
  • Cordura tactical sheath included.
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The SPEC PLUS products are a diverse mix of top-selling and innovative machete and tool patterns designed for military, sporting and first responder purposes. Each epoxy textured powder coated high carbon steel sawback blade features a comfortable Kraton® handle,  full tang construction and a tactical leather and Cordura sheath.

The Ontario Survival Machete has a 10″ full tang blade made of high carbon steel.  The tip is flat and wedge-shaped.  The top of the blade is a sawback. The combination of these qualities makes the Ontario Survival Machete SP8 an excellent camping/survival tool.

SKU: ON8683 Categories: ,
Brand

Blade Length

10 in.

Total Length

15 in.

Weight

1 lb. 7 oz.

Weight with Sheath

1 lb. 14 oz.

Width at Widest Point

1 7/8 in.

Blade Composition

High Carbon Steel

Blade Thickness (Above Handle / At Tip)

6.6 mm. / 5.8 mm.

Blade Detail

Arrives with flat bevel w/ secondary flat bevel, Black Finish

Full Tang

Yes

Handle Features

Lanyard Hole

Handle Material

Rubber

Handle Style

Quillon

Sheath Material

Cordura Nylon

Sheath Features

Glued, MOLLE attachments, Sewn

Country of Origin

America

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  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    David Kramp

    Great chopper. Nice heft.

    David Kramp

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Charles (verified owner)

    I own several machetes, closing in on a dozen now. I’ve been trying to find the right working machete for my farm. My Favorite is a viet-nam era machete made by Ontario. I bought this because of the reputation of Ontario. I like this but this is more of a chopping machete or zombie apocalypse type. This would serve well if the world came to an end but, is not the machete of my dreams. I use machetes daily on my tree farm and so far nothing compares to the ones I’ve used or held from the Philippines (the hand made rude and crude ones). The next one in my sights is the condor 12 village parang, whenever it’s in stock. Please remove me from the email alert in regards to the SP8 10″ survival rescue machete as I already bought this.

    Charles