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Cold Steel 95BUSS Bushman 7" Fixed Blade with Survival Cordura Sheath

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Part Number: CS95BUSS
Manufacturer: Cold Steel Knives
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CS95BUSS: Bushman®
Cold Steel®

For the money, the Bushman® knives might be the strongest survival/outdoor knives in the world! Unlike most hollow handled survival knives, there is no joint or seam between the blades and handles that requires a mechanical fastener. Instead, the Bushman’s® blades and integral handles are each expertly cold forged out of a single piece of 2.5mm thick SK-5 high carbon steel. The resulting knives are expertly heat-treated and tempered to RC54 and, when subjected to our tests, have withstood over two tons of pressure on their blade/handle transition!

Every Bushman® blade has been carefully ground to an extra thin edge, and then honed and buffed by hand until razor sharp. The Bushman® knives are versatile too! Their hollow handles will accept survival supplies or a variety of handle extensions which can maximize reach, leverage or ease of throwing. They are available in two blade styles (standard and the Bowie point). Both feature continuously curved blades that are ideal for skinning, and will pierce, cut, slash, slice and shear like you won’t believe.

They both come complete with our new heavy duty Cordura Survival sheath which features a utilitarian pocket on the front for storing small items.

  • Weight: 10.1 oz.
  • Blade Thickness: 3/32" (2.5mm)
  • Blade Length: 7"
  • Handle: Hollow
  • Steel: SK-5 High Carbon
  • Sheath: Survival, Cordura
  • Made in China
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Stainless Steel knife handles provide strength and durability while using chromium oxide to create a rust-resistant barrier.
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Chris The Train Guy
Falls Church Station,VA
Sep 05, 2014
Pros: Sheath/Scabbard, Blade Sharpness, Overall Quality, Weight, Blade Material
Cons: None
Best Knife Deal!
This is a FANTASTIC Deal,for the price! Sure,it's not a custom Binney&Smith,or a Paul Sheehan handmade,super deluxe,that costs more than a new Colt Goldcup,but SO WHAT! This is a perfectly usable,throw into a bailout bag,or in the truck,last ditch survival tool.The sheath is lightweight and durable.My wife bought me this knife to practice sharpening with my Ken Onion Edition WorkSharp sharpening system(also purchased@KnifeCenter),but the blade arrived,razor sharp,right out of the box! For the cost of a lunch,ya' can't beat it!
4 out of 5
Aug 23, 2014
Pros: Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness
Cons: None
satisfied with the purchase
It came with an adequate edge, but less than a minute with a ceramic rod had it push cutting receipt paper. Time will tell how well it holds the edge. Some people complained about the sheath, but it seems decent to me. While it is certainly not the best or best looking I've had, it holds the knife in place without issue.
5 out of 5
The Colonel
South Carolina
Aug 01, 2014
Pros: Blade Material, Blade Sharpness, Handle Material, Weight, Overall Quality, None
Cons: Sheath/Scabbard, Finish
Older sheath was better
First things first - this is not a high dollar survival knife. I have a Robert Parrish one piece hollow handle, I'll make you a good deal on it, $1,000. The Cold Steel Bushman is what we call a "bush knife" or a "bush craft knife". You can dig, cop, whittle, slice, hack, stab, split and shave with it but for $20, don't expect it to come with a Jimmy Lyle sheath or Chris Reeves monolithic construction. I've had a couple of them, the older sheath was better, it was a simple fitted, riveted leather tube, you could make one for $10-15 and a trip to Tandy Leather. The grip is slick, I solved that problem by tying a loop of 550 cord through the lanyard hole roughly the length of the handle, I slip my hand through it when I'm doing something that might cause my hand to slip forward, the loop prevents your hand from slipping onto the blade. I stuck a rubber cork in the handle near the blade and filled the handle with useful goodies like life boat matches inside a Ziploc bag. A tiny piece of duct tape has kept the Ziploc bag in place since I stuck it in there years ago. I keep one in the bug out bag in my truck and have carried one shoved in my rifle man's bag as part of my field kit for years. You can't beat out for the money and it makes great trade material down range.
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