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The 7 Best Machete Knives

  1. Schrade SCHKM1 19.7in Kukri
  2. Condor Tool & Knife
  3. Kershaw Camp 10 – Tan
  4. Fixed Blade 16.5
  5. Camillus Carnivore X 18’’
  6. Condor Tool & Knife, Hudson Bay
  7. Gerber Compact Clearpath
TOP #1
Schrade SCHKM1 19.7in Kukri machete knives
Schrade SCHKM1 19.7in Kukri machete knives

  • DIMENSIONS: 19.7 inch (50 cm) overall length with a blade length of 13.3 inches (33.8 cm) and a weight of 1 lb 6.6 ounces
  • DURABLE: Blade is made of reliable 3Cr13 Powder Coated S.S. with a black safety grip handle
  • DEPENDABLE: Quick and easy access with the convenient polyester sheath with a removable shoulder pouch, shoulder strap, leg strap and belt loop making it the ideal cutting tool
  • SECURE: Have confidence that the blade will not slip with the security of the front quillon
  • BE PREPARED: Machete features a ferro rod, sharpening stone and a lanyard hole
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TOP #2
Condor Tool & Knife machete knives
Condor Tool & Knife machete knives

  • 100% Other Fibers
  • Imported
  • Blade Length: 14″
  • Walnut handle
  • 100% leather sheath included
  • 1075 high carbon steel blade with black powder epoxy finish
  • Overall Length: 19″
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TOP #3
Kershaw Camp 10 – Tan machete knives
Kershaw Camp 10 – Tan machete knives

  • Blade steel selected for quality and durability according to use; 
  • Camp 10 – Tan can cut, split, slash, scrape, bushwhack and hack
  • Sheath made from tan nylon polymer threaded with glass for strength, 
  • Textured grip designed for heightened safety during rigorous use;
  • Blade length: 10 inches; 
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TOP #4
Fixed Blade 16.5 machete knives
Fixed Blade 16.5 machete knives

  • 16.5″ FULL TANG RAMBO BOWIE MACHETE TACTICAL SURVIVAL HUNTING FIXED BLADE KNIFE#0048/25
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TOP #5
Camillus Carnivore X 18’’ machete knives
Camillus Carnivore X 18’’ machete knives

  • Survival Machete:
  • Premium Blade
  • Textured Handle
  • Ballistic Nylon Sheath
  • Bonus Knife
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TOP #6
Condor Tool & Knife, Hudson Bay machete knives
Condor Tool & Knife, Hudson Bay machete knives

  • 100% Leather Sheath
  • Imported
  • material_type: Synthetic
  • Handle: Hardwood
  • Blade Material: 1075 HIGH CARBON STEEL
  • Blade Finish: Condor Classic
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TOP #7
Gerber Compact Clearpath machete knives
Gerber Compact Clearpath machete knives

  • Corrosion-resistant stainless steel blade
  • Crosscut sawtooth technology
  • Compact, packable sheath
  • Gatorgrip handle for improved comfort
  • Safety lanyard for easy tethering
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Schrade SCHKM1 19.7in Kukri machete knives

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Schrade SCHKM1 19.7in Kukri machete knives

Schrade takes pride in creating trustworthy knives that are perfect for all outdoor adventures. Whether you are hiking, camping, executing bushcraft or any in other activities, Schrade is the strong performing companion you need.

  • DIMENSIONS: 19.7 inch (50 cm) overall length with a blade length of 13.3 inches (33.8 cm) and a weight of 1 lb 6.6 ounces
  • DURABLE: Blade is made of reliable 3Cr13 Powder Coated S.S. with a black safety grip handle
  • DEPENDABLE: Quick and easy access with the convenient polyester sheath with a removable shoulder pouch, shoulder strap, leg strap and belt loop making it the ideal cutting tool
  • SECURE: Have confidence that the blade will not slip with the security of the front quillon
  • BE PREPARED: Machete features a ferro rod, sharpening stone and a lanyard hole
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  • Product Dimensions: 0.39 x 0.39 x 0.39 inches; 2.2 Pounds
  • Item model number: SCHKM1
  • Manufacturer: Taylor Brands LLC
  • Brand: Schrade
  • Color: Multi
  • Item Dimensions LxWxH: 0.39 x 0.39 x 0.39 inches
  • Item Weight: 2.2 Pounds
  • Blade Material: Stainless Steel
  • Blade Shape: Kukri
  • Blade Length: 13.3 Inches
  • Type: machete knives

This is the schrade schkm1 large, full tang, fixed blade, kukri machete bursting with well-conceived design elements. The schkm1 is quickly becoming the kukri machete of choice among serious outdoor enthusiasts, with an overall length of nearly 20 inches, the machete’s blade, shape and balance characteristics, deliver powerful, cutting and chopping blows. The black powder coated 13 3 inch blade comes straight out of the box with paper shaving sharpness constructed from 3cr13 stainless steel.

The blade is well suited for impact, cutting, holds an edge and is easy to resharpen its thick spine and contour allows for deep penetration with every stroke. The machete’s full tang extends through a safety grip handle. The palm swelling ergonomic design is textured for excellent hand, gripping traction under all weather conditions. The handle widens and flares at the butt supporting proper hand.

Placement when delivering sweeping power, strokes, a lanyard hole, provides a tethering option for added security. The schkm-1’s, well-thought-out design, continues throughout its nylon form-fitting sheet, whose twin snaps tightly secure. The machete while affording quick access, carry options abound, letting you choose from either belt leg or shoulder the adjustable padded. Shoulder strap detaches via swivel, connectors, adjustable leg, straps are equipped with quick release.

Snaps a detachable pouch on the sheath’s face, comes holding a ferro rod and striker, together with a diamond field sharpener an excellent machete for tactical and survival applications crafted from premium materials and built for a lifetime. This is the schkm1 large, cookery machete. You.

Condor Tool & Knife machete knives

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Condor Tool & Knife machete knives

20 1/4″ overall. 14 1/4″ 1075 high carbon steel blade with black epoxy powder coating. Full tang. Brown hardwood handle. Black leather belt sheath.

  • 100% Other Fibers
  • Imported
  • Blade Length: 14″
  • Walnut handle
  • 100% leather sheath included
  • 1075 high carbon steel blade with black powder epoxy finish
  • Overall Length: 19″
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  • Brand: Condor Tool & Knife
  • Color: Brown, Black
  • Item Dimensions LxWxH: 20.47 x 3.15 x 3.15 inches
  • Item Weight: 0.2 Kilograms
  • Blade Material: High Carbon Steel
  • Handle Material: Walnut
  • Type: machete knives

Kershaw Camp 10 – Tan machete knives

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Kershaw Camp 10 – Tan machete knives

The well-earned popularity of Kershaw’s Camp 10 fixed blade machete demanded an addition to its lineup, resulting in the new, ever-trustworthy Camp 10 – Tan, respectfully named “Camp Tan” by its designer. Made of the same durable, full tang 65Mn carbon steel as Kershaw’s other full-bodied survival tools, the Camp Tan looks a little less lethal thanks to the tan contoured rubber overmold on its handle that provides extra grip security and contrasts beautifully with the black powdercoated blade. Ready to cut a trail, slash kindling, hack brambles or clear a campsite, the Camp 10 comes with a tan molded sheath featuring lash points and nylon straps for protection and convenient carry once the work is finished. Perfect for backyard, field or tactical cleanup, the Camp Tan completes the capabilities and repertoire of outdoor enthusiasts, explorers and laborers alike. Its indestructibility and ease of use make it the right, high-performance companion for anyone with a mission in mind.

  • Blade steel selected for quality and durability according to use; 65Mn boasts toughness for hard use applications; measures 56 on Rockwell Hardness Scale (HRC); black powdercoat makes maintenance easy.
  • Camp 10 – Tan can cut, split, slash, scrape, bushwhack and hack — anything necessary to clear a field, trail, shore, roost, fence line, thicket, garden, glade, hunting sight line, clearing or pasture.
  • Sheath made from tan nylon polymer threaded with glass for strength, stiffness and stability; sheath has safety strap to keep blade secure, dual straps for leg or military molle carry and belt strap.
  • Textured grip designed for heightened safety during rigorous use; handle has guard at top and bottom to protect thumb and fingers; other features include double lanyard holes and black hardware.
  • Blade length: 10 inches; overall length: 16 inches; weight 18.3 ounces without sheath, 24 ounces with sheath; Kershaw warranty for original owner when knife is used and maintained as intended.
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  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 2 x 2 inches; 1.2 Pounds
  • Item model number: 1077TAN
  • Manufacturer: Kershaw Sporting Goods
  • Type: machete knives

Fixed Blade 16.5 machete knives

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Fixed Blade 16.5 machete knives

Extremely Large Hunting Knife! Heavy Thick Blade Sawback Rear 440 Stainless Steel Full Tang Beautiful Real Wood Handle Nylon Sheath W/ Belt Loop Overall Length 16.5″ inches Blade Length 10.25″ inches.

  • 16.5″ FULL TANG RAMBO BOWIE MACHETE TACTICAL SURVIVAL HUNTING FIXED BLADE KNIFE#0048/25
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  • Package Dimensions: 17.99 x 4.49 x 1.5 inches; 9.59 Ounces
  • Manufacturer: Fixed Blade
  • Brand: Snake Eye Tactical
  • Color: As the picture shown
  • Blade Material: Stainless Steel
  • Handle Material: Wood
  • Blade Shape: Straight Back
  • Blade Edge: Hollow
  • Type: machete knives

Camillus Carnivore X 18’’ machete knives

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Camillus Carnivore X 18’’ machete knives

The Camillus CARNIVORE X 18″” titanium-bonded machete is a multi-purpose tool designed to cut, dig, saw, chisel, and gut for all of your outdoor needs. The 12’’ titanium-bonded blade is up to 3x harder than untreated steel and designed to stay sharper longer. Included is a ballistic nylon sheath and a removable trimming knife with its own nylon sheath. This is the perfect machete for hunting, camping, hiking, and exploring. Lifetime Warranty.

  • Survival Machete: The perfect machete for hunting, camping, hiking, and exploring, this multipurpose tool is designed to cut, dig, saw, chisel, and gut based on your outdoor needs
  • Premium Blade: 3x stronger than untreated steel and designed to stay sharper longer, our 18’’ tactical machete features a full-tang blade constructed from titanium-bonded 420 stainless steel
  • Textured Handle: The handle features a grippy texture for enhanced confidence during use
  • Ballistic Nylon Sheath: Constructed from thick, tough nylon fabric, the machete sheath protects against debris and other foreign materials and includes a belt loop for convenient carrying
  • Bonus Knife: Machete comes with a bonus 5″ skeletonized trimming knife with 7 and 9mm hex heads; A small nylon sheath can be attached to the machete sheath or used on its own
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  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 2.5 x 0.75 inches; 3.53 Ounces
  • Item model number: 19236
  • Manufacturer: Camillus
  • Brand: Camillus
  • Color: Black, Grey
  • Item Dimensions LxWxH: 18 x 2.5 x 0.75 inches
  • Item Weight: 0.1 Kilograms
  • Blade Material: Stainless Steel
  • Blade Edge: Chisel
  • Blade Length: 5 Inches
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Condor Tool & Knife, Hudson Bay machete knives

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Condor Tool & Knife, Hudson Bay machete knives

CONDOR TOOL & KNIFE traces its proud history back to 1787, the year GERB WEYESBERG COMPANY was founded in Solingen, Germany. The quality of the swords, military knives, agricultural tools and household cutlery they manufactured made Solingen the cutlery capital of the world. Over the generations, the world’s largest manufacturer of swords and knives found it necessary to expand operations to other countries to better serve its customers. In 1964, the company formed IMACASA with a new plant in Santa Ana, El Salvador and filled it with state of the art German equipment. Some of the original local employees who were sent to Solingen for extensive training forty years ago are still working in the factory today, turning out the finest quality machetes, shovels and other hand tools.The overall length of the knife is 14.25” and the blade length is 8.5.

  • 100% Leather Sheath
  • Imported
  • material_type: Synthetic
  • Handle: Hardwood
  • Blade Material: 1075 HIGH CARBON STEEL
  • Blade Finish: Condor Classic
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  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 3.5 x 1.75 inches; 3.53 Ounces
  • Item model number: 60009
  • Manufacturer: Condor
  • Type: machete knives

Would you talk lion trainer and I just want to do a review on the Condor tool and knife Hudson Bay night. It is a large knife, as you can see it’s more of a I. Don’t want to use the word chopper B, but it you could chop with it. If you needed to its high carbon steel, that’s about 3/16 inch, blade, spine or spine I. Believe the overall length of the blade is eight inches. Eight and three-quarter inches I’ll get back with the output, the specs on the end on down below so check that out.

It’s a full tang knife, three brass pins- and this is the first look at it. I haven’t used it yet just got it about three days ago, so I’m out in the woods, I check it on the trapline and I. Just thought I would do a quick review on the Hudson Bay knife by Condor tool at night. Again, first impressions looks like it’s coated coated here, which makes a nice look. I, don’t know how that’s gonna hold up we’ll see. I haven’t used a Ferro rod on it. Yet I haven’t done anything with it.

You this is really the first time. This is the first time he’s been in the woods, but it is a large knife sort of in a bowie knife resemblance. If you will, however, it doesn’t have the back edge for the back cutting of the bowie knife. If you’re familiar with it, I have been doing knife fighting or training in such skills since 1984, you know, I do know what I’m talking about in that realm and I have done the Bowie knife or with Jim Keating and peek oops of that the ComTech.

But anyway that’s not important. The point is, is you could use it with the snap cuts? Snipe cuts whatnot, but that’s not what we’re here for today we’re gonna see what how it does in the woods as a wood processor, and you could skin with this thing, I’m positive I’ve used bigger, larger knives, the skin deer and whatnot, squirrel and stuff. If you had to you, could whatever you have that’s what you’re going to use you know we get into this mode. I’ve seen it many times on YouTube, where you got three four five: six knives on you in the night or in the woods and I just questioned.

If that’s really realistic, when you go to the woods, you carry three four knives. I know some people do I, usually at least have two with me and plus an additional cutting tool. That’s fine redundancy I subscribe to the Dave Canterbury, ten C’s and redundancies, etc, etc. But you know there comes a time and point when you have to hump that stuff through the woods, then you know you got three four knives on you plus a couple other cutting tools. I, don’t know if it’s realistic, but anyway that’s you know.

If that’s what you do you do it, but anyway, stay with me. We’re gonna get some wood around here start doing some chopping with it. Some cutting some feather sticks, Samba timing, I know this thing will baton very well. The Hudson Bay knife by Condor tool at night stay with me guys. We right back to you: hey guys, they’re back with the top of line training and before we start cutting wood and whatnot I just want to go and show you the sheath that comes with the knife.

It’s a nice-size sheath, of course, at the knife, is large 2+2, the guys right anyway, it’s got the condo, condor and logo on it, and it’s sort of like set up in a dangler dangler position. I carry anything big like this cross draw, because if you had to draw you could draw to cut in a defensive situation. But that being said, and then your tomahawk would be over here. This is pretty tight on here. It’s not broken yet, so one handed draw would be tough, but you know in the mountain men or the buoy days.

If you did double here or you had your tomahawk, you could draw, and then here you are set and the large buoy type knife, but this so happens to be a Hudson Bay dice issued to the long hunters bought by the long hunters and stuff out of the Hudson Bay Company anyway. With that being said, I’m gonna go ahead, and let me take this off the sheet here and show you or let me take us off the belt, take off the belt and show you the Sheep a little bit better again sort of set up in a dangler fashion.

Here it’s. This is about a two and a quarter inch belt thickness about two inches, so it fits in there pretty well like that and there it is, and there’s the logo Condor logo XI, and it’s it’s in there, pretty tight I, don’t think it’s coming out and which is what you want. I would probably or I will get a piece of tubular from an inner tube piece of rubber from an inner tube and make a little girth hitch on here, and so just so, I could put it over the top.

Just in case I did I do that with the Jeff white trade knife as well, just in case it falls. This is made for this that the Jeff white, that I have the sheet that I have is by Condor, and it’s not made for it. So I just do that, although it fits in there. Well just do it just as a backup. You don’t have to walk around with that on, but if you were going through some rugged territory or something like that, it wouldn’t hurt to have a little bit of retention with the inner tube or whatever you want to use to tie it down alright.

So let me set the camera up. Just got to change angles, real, quick and we’ll do some cutting with the Hudson Bay knife. I went ahead and use my trusty old bahco laplander saw and cut some a few pieces of wood just to start off with a little bit of just tiny I have no doubt like this will cut this. Everything out here is damp so anyway, this is little punk I have not sharpen this knife. This is straight from the factory. How you get it like. So no doubt about it.

Like I said this is about an eight and a quarter. Inch blade, I believe it is, might be 3/8 I’m, not sure I can remember, but look at the description. I’ll put it in there, but just go you have an eight-inch blade, blade doesn’t mean you go, get a seven inch piece of wood. You can see it’s processing this that’s about a three or four inch piece of wood, no problem and also just cuz. You know you get a big knife like this doesn’t mean it’s necessarily made for chocolate.

You could definitely chop some things with it, but, but you know you’ll want to be careful of that again. Just brush out of the box, no I haven’t sharpened it at all or anything just straight out of the factory test. If you will I have a forest Kephart knife by Condor and I like it a lot so I saw this I thought I would check it out and so far so good you just cut down here and it could wedge this or what happens thing so big, so big that that you don’t really need that to do that.

Let’s just look at the cutting: it’s pretty tough here again: I! Have it sharpened it? So, let’s just chop a little bit, you could chop if you need it to was a little funky but and I just I think once I get to to the wicked edge machine. This thing’s gonna work. Well, oh yeah, very nice! Let me give you a close-up of that. Okay, just chop right here with this works. Well another piece- this is pine. I, know super soft, but you know what you’re really not gonna go cutting uh.

You know a bunch of red oak and what now I guess if you had to you could, but so there you go alright guys stay with me. Dad top online training. I got a couple more things to show you with the knife and get right back to it. Stay tuned, hi, guys, ed back with you. Top-Of-Line training got a scrub here, element what this is, but anyway, let’s do some chopping on it see if we can get it taken out, pretty good camera and I’m barely you know, I’m, just letting the weight of the knife do the cutting really I’m, not trying real hard here, as you can see like I, said I.

Think when I get this thing, sharpened up I mean like to my standard and just do a free chop. I, don’t think I got the leverage right on it, but it’s ok! No big deal! Ok, yeah! This is a little scrub sapling. If you will- and you know- saw what it did so- I think as far as chopping, those sort of like a mini machete. If you will, let’s try it right here, some leverage to chops, not that just because you have a large knife, doesn’t mean you know you start chopping with it, but same time frame and then just that camera a little bit at the same time frame I mean some buyers here hold up all right anyway, just cuz, you have a knife, this large doesn’t mean you have to chop with it, but it is there.

You have the it’s sort of a plus having a knife like this, for the chopping ability take a bahco laplander this on a pocketknife. You can do quite a bit. You can do quite a bit one more test here with the Ferro rod. Let’s see how those sparks dry it off a bit, see there we go ooh, don’t want to burn my camera, yes, I’m, pushing it I’m, pushing it fellas. Yes, you can pull it or you can push it I want to say either way as long as you get a sparks, where you need them either way is good their idea behind pulling it.

So you don’t Jack your bird’s nest up or your bundle of tinder the advantage of pushing it. You can deflect it a little bit more where you want it to go, but it passes the Ferro rod test, no doubt about it, our carbon steel. Oh so we did a little bit of chopping a little bit of a ton. A little bit of whittling, like I, said once I get my wicked edge on this thing. It’s gonna be razor-sharp. This is factory edge, it’s sharp enough! I mean you can cut with it, but you know it could be a lot sharper, I believe the sheath nice leather, sheath, dangler style.

If you will and real nice price point on this is $70 I. Think it’s money well spent it’s a nice knife. If you’re looking for a large bowie type knife, that’s the Hudson Bay knife by condor tool at knife. High carbon steel, hard wood handle, looks like about a Hickory handle, maybe I’m pretty sure, nice leather sheet. That comes with it. So guys. If you liked the video please sit, please give me a thumbs up down there and I really appreciate that as well.

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Gerber Compact Clearpath machete knives

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Gerber Compact Clearpath machete knives

For back-country travel when every bit of weight is accounted for, the compact clearpath machete is the tough, packable tool to bring along for the ride. The thoughtful design partners a corrosion-resistant, dual function stainless steel blade with the confidence of a gatorgrip® handle. The two-sided blade has both a fine edge for hacking brush and vines and a crosscut saw edge for cutting branches, limbs and small trees. When you head into the brush, never be without the compact clearpath machete.

  • Corrosion-resistant stainless steel blade
  • Crosscut sawtooth technology
  • Compact, packable sheath
  • Gatorgrip handle for improved comfort
  • Safety lanyard for easy tethering
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  • Brand: Gerber Gear
  • Color: Black
  • Item Dimensions LxWxH: 17.8 x 2.3 x 1 inches
  • Item Weight: 1.06 Pounds
  • Blade Material: Stainless Steel
  • Blade Edge: Fine
  • Type: machete knives

Hey guys welcome back to another video today we’re going to be reviewing a so I’ve had this machete for two years and has worked pretty well so far. One thing that has happened the first time I wore this, the belt loop broke, the rest of the sheath has held up fine and it works pretty well. Moving on to the machete you can see. The machete has a saw on top nice sharp blade on the bottom super grippy handle and comes with a lanyard. It fits nicely in your hands.

It has some good weight for chopping. I have used this a few times, as you can see from the dirtiness on the blade it’s worked pretty well. I wish it was a little heavier, it’s kind of light when you’re trying to cut through some things, but this worked pretty well from what I’ve been doing with it. As you can see, this use does a really good job of covering the whole machete. You can see, there’s a velcro strap to keep it in place. I do wish they’d pick something other than velcro, but it seems to be working fine.

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