Camillus Kukri Machete Knife Blade with Leather Sheath!

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  • Sold Date: Mar 15, 2009
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Camillus Kukri Machete Blade Blank and Sheath, both made in USA
For the Discerning Craftsman
Tactical Edge Solutions recently acquired some fine blade blanks from the Camillus factory in New York due to its closure last year. These blade blanks are not normally available to the public, as they were intended to be finished in the factory.
However, now that Camillus has closed, discerning craftsmen have the unusual opportunity to obtain first-rate, American-made blade blanks and customize them into unique, collectible knives of the highest calibre.
Needless to say, these blanks will be available only for a short time, since t are no more being made. We are selling stock that happened to be in the factory when the doors were closed; when they're gone, they're gone for good.
This item is a heat-treated Carbon Steel Camillus Kukri machete blade blank. It measures 17" overall (measured straight, not along the curve of the blade) and the blade measures 12 1/2" (also measured straight). It is made from a very substantial metal billet and is 1/4" spine thickness. It is ground (except for the tip) and polished but has not received a final sharpening. This blank was most likely manufactured for Cold Steel, but t is no tang stamp. Some of these blanks have the excess material at the point, as in the picture, and some have been ground to a fine point. If you have a preference, please specify and we will accomodate you if it is possible.
Also included is a black leather kukri sheath. It has wood spacers (the part that comes in contact with the edge and the spine) and the leather is exceptionally thick and tough. It has a belt loop, snap closure, and leg tie. Please note that the blade blank is a very tight squeeze into this sheath because no material has been removed from the blade, since it is unsharpened. If you grind a good edge on it and remove about 1/8" of material, the fit will be just right because the blade will be slightly smaller. (Alternatively, you could do a bevel grind on the blade's spine.) This sheath is American made.
At Tactical Edge Solutions we only sell high-end knives and blanks that we personally understand and believe in. We do not sell items from inferior manufacturers or any cheap imports or clones.
We have been selling high-end tactical knives on eBay since 2006, and all our customers have been very pleased. Please check our feedback if you like.
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Q. Has this blade been heat treated, tempered, or hardened?
A. The answer is Maybe. All these Camillus blad...