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Do Everything Pack Knife
This review is from: Cold Steel Rajah II Folding Pocket Knife, Grivory Handle, Plain
Pros: Its a folder...no sheath, no scabbard, no long blade at your side...just a nice folded up knife clipped in your pocket, on your belt or on your pack. Easy to carry in the backcountry.
Cons: Its a folder and if you romp on it to much or forget to keep the screws/bolts tight, it may break on you. Even with this said, I haven't babied it and don't plan on it.
Other Thoughts: Calling it a Kukri means this knife has a lot to live up to. It must be a thick tough blade that holds an edge for days of heavy use. It must chop through thick brush as well as meat and bone. I had my doubts that a folding knife can live up to this but I was not let down. The knife has a lockup as solid as it gets and the thick blade can take on any bush chore. This is now my pack knife. It chops branches and makes kindling like a charm. Because the blade is so thick, you can place it on a larger piece of wood and hit the top thus splitting firewood without needing to carry and axe. Sure its a bit heavy, but I can't live without it while backpacking.
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