Bushcraft Bolo Machete ..Condor Machete and Knives Condor Tool and Knife Company supply a large choice of machetes and knives and have recently created a range specifically for “Bush craft”.I sit here now with a green log that has several notches on it.LOL...U..Anybody got any experience with this blade? I`m debating on adding it to my machete family but there is surprisingly little info out there (or my google work was just shoddy). The Tramontina runs& . It is a jungle and brush tool that may or may not hold up to pine trees bushcraft bolo machete EDIT: My wife quit asking me why I kept an axe and machete under the Jeeps back seat. All I had was a Craftsman Hatchet and a Bolo Machete..I do not have that knife but own several Bark River knives and the maker stands behind them 100 %, all barkies are convex ground and designed to be used and the MG Bolo is getting very good reviews from users , it appears to me ..staticflickr.Hi All Lightly used a Condor Engineer Bolo Machete with Leather sheaths, comes in original packing.. They hold the knives tight and the handles go in nice and deep making them very secure..Interestingly, Gerber just released bolo and kukri machetes. For normal machete use, I like my Tramontina 14" Bolo staticflickr.Hi All Lightly used a Condor Engineer Bolo Machete with Leather sheaths, comes in original packing.. They hold the knives tight and the handles go in nice and deep making them very secure..Interestingly, Gerber just released bolo and kukri machetes. For normal machete use, I like my Tramontina 14" Bolo. These are South East Asian knives (Golok – Indonesian, Parang – Malaysian, Bolo – Filipino), roughly equivalent to a machete, only more curved. I`m curious to see how they perform as their lines are nice and the nylon sheaths are cleverly designed, but I suspect that the quality will be lacking, like it usually is. .jpg By ordering these,& . Interestingly, Gerber just released bolo and kukri machetes. For normal machete use, I like my Tramontina 14" Bolo. These are South East Asian knives (Golok – Indonesian, Parang – Malaysian, Bolo – Filipino), roughly equivalent to a machete, only more curved. I`m curious to see how they perform as their lines are nice and the nylon sheaths are cleverly designed, but I suspect that the quality will be lacking, like it usually is. .jpg By ordering these,& ..Since I don`t chop down pine trees with a machete, I am not sure I can help. Whether clearing a trail (vines, branches, underbrush), cleaning up after a storm, chopping up logs for firewood or trimming a garden, you`re going to need a large knife. Asking price: £60 http://farm8.. jpg By ordering these,& ..Since I don`t chop down pine trees with a machete, I am not sure I can help. Whether clearing a trail (vines, branches, underbrush), cleaning up after a storm, chopping up logs for firewood or trimming a garden, you`re going to need a large knife. Asking price: £60 http://farm8...Condor Machete and Knives Condor Tool and Knife Company supply a large choice of machetes and knives and have recently created a range specifically for “Bush craft”.I sit here now with a green log that has several notches on it.LOL.. ..Condor Machete and Knives Condor Tool and Knife Company supply a large choice of machetes and knives and have recently created a range specifically for “Bush craft”.I sit here now with a green log that has several notches on it.LOL...U..Anybody got any experience with this blade? I`m debating on adding it to my machete family but there is surprisingly little info out there (or my google work was just shoddy). The Tramontina runs& . It is a jungle and brush tool that may or may not hold up to pine trees billionare gives speech on economy
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