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13" Cane Blade Wooden Handled Machete Full Tang Blade and Hard Wood

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Steel machetes designed for heavy use in dense jungles, features full-tang blades and hard wood, pinned handles. Made in Brazil.
12" Blade, 17" Overall DBA-150
14" Blade, 19" Overall DBA-151
18" Blade, 23" Overall DBA-152
14" Bolo Blade, 20" Overall DBA-153
13" Cane Blade, 19" Overall DBA-154 
Total number of Reviews: 6

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5.0 5
"Heat treated high-carbon steel says it all. Lighter than you would expect, but try it... you'll like it. You can chop small wood (up to 4 1/4 inches), make kindling, and in the kitchen you can cut chops & ribs with it. Make sure your cutting board is at least 7/16 poly or the cane knife will go right thru it. One of the more versatile tools ever invented."
3.0 5
"I had actually been searching for this style machette for a couple years now. Never knew the actual name of it. (Saw it on a TV show and instantly wanted it). It's fairly decent, I have to say the blade was a bit thinner than I imagined. However it's not a bad knife. Think of it like an oversized kitchen knife. Still pretty decent."
4.0 5
"If you have a good eye, the cane knife is great for chopping through frozen meat that is used for jerky. After a little practice, I could chop up enough meat for a good batch of jerky in no time! You will need a good thick cutting board that momma doesn't use in the kitchen. Good luck."
1.0 5
"The edge bent and broke off in several places first time I used it on a small bush. If you have one, keep it for slicing veggies, it's no good for yard work."
4.0 5
"I lived in rural Northeastern Brazil for several months and everyone who lived outside the city had one of these knives close to hand all the time. It is one of the most versatile tools you can find. I've even seen people use it as a \"mini-skillet\" to roast meat over an open fire.The blade is soft because Brazilian cutlery for the most part is total crap, but this is the real thing, and any fazendeiro who has one knows that it can be sharpened with any old piece of broken clay tile or rock you happen to find laying on the ground."
4.0 5
"This is a nice tool to have for the price. I wasn't expecting a whole lot, but was pleasantly suprised. The blade is thin, but I didn't buy it intending to cut down a jungle (there are much better machetes out there for that). It sharpens up nice, and is very versitile around a campfire or a kitchen. Thanks!"