Kershaw Camp 10 Tan Machete Review: Specifications & Features
Weight : 6.4 oz (170 g) / 15.5 cm long x 2.3 cm wide x 0.6 cm thick / 1 lb 4 oz (454 g) / 3 kg
Length : 5 inches (12.7cm) / 13 mm long x 0.8mm wide x .2cm thick / 0.6lb
Width : 2.1 inches (5.9cm) / 6.0 mm long x 0.4mm wide x .05cm thick / 0.2lb
Height : 1 inch (2.54cm) / 3.25 mm long x 0.16mm wide x .03cm thick / 0.01lb
Price : $200 USD – $300 USD – $400 USD
The Kershaw Camp 10 Tan Machete Review is a great looking knife with good balance and feel. The blade is made from high carbon stainless steel which gives it a nice sheen and durability.
The handle material is G10 with black rubberized coating making it comfortable to hold and use even when wet or dirty. The knife comes with a black leather sheath with a belt loop and an integrated diamond sharpener. It has an interesting design with a short blade making it easy to use in dense areas or brush. The steel is a bit soft so it requires more maintenance especially if used in tougher cutting activities like hacking or chopping.
The blade has a drop point style which can be used for skinning, slicing, and other various activities.
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