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Ontario Bushcraft Field Knife Fixed 5" 5160 Carbon Blade, Walnut Wood Handles, DeSantis Sheath - 6525

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Part Number: ON6525
Manufacturer: Ontario Knives
Retail Price: $139.95
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Description
ON6525: Bushcraft Field Knife
Ontario Knife Company
 
Rugged, Dependable, Simplicity; three hallmarks that make Ontario Knife Company an award winning producer of some of the world’s highest quality and most functional hunting, bushcraft, and wilderness survival tools. Bushcrafting knives are renowned in the industry for their comfort in hand during long periods of use. They minimize what are called "hot spots" where pain develops in the hand while cutting, splitting or whittling. Ontario has created this slim, sleek fixed blade ideally for Bushcrafting but it works just as well as a field, camp, or hunting knife as the 5160 carbon steel blade will take a very fine edge. This knife comes with a DeSantis nylon belt sheath, fire starter, bottle opener, paracord bracelet and is proudly made in the USA.
Specifications
  • Blade Length: 5"
  • Overall Length: 10.125"
  • Blade Steel: 5160 Carbon Steel, 53-55HRC
  • Handle Material: Walnut Wood
  • Sheath: DeSantis Nylon
  • Weight: 5.6 oz.
  • Made in USA
Nylon Sheath
Nylon Sheath
Durable, flexible, abrasion and mildew resistant, and high strength.
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
Wood Handles
Wood Handles
Provides a traditional, natural look and feel to a modern tool. Wood absorbs shock well and is popular in axe handles.
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4 out of 5
Paul
Penns Woods
Feb 23, 2015
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Good knife, but everything else with it is not so good
Had the knife for 6 months now. The braided bracelet got tossed in the trash and the huge junky fire starter/bottle opener/ruler thing got tossed in the junk drawer. The knife is ok overall, for carbon steel it has yet to rust on me and I have taken it out in the woods a few times, and at least once in the rain. I only treated it with olive oil, because I plan to use this as a deer hunting knife, but this season I came up empty. The Sheath retention strap sucks. Its too tight for the knife and sometimes requires 2 hands to latch back on. Also it the plastic insert in the sheath is way loose for the knife and will rattle. Also the belt loop is big, cannot be detached, and there is no MOLLE or other cool things to it. I was disappointed with DeSantis who made the sheath.
4 out of 5
Yigo
Guam
Jul 28, 2014
Pros: Materials, Handle Material, Blade Material, Blade Sharpness, Weight, Overall Quality, None
Cons: Finish, Sheath/Scabbard
OKC 5160 Bushcraft is a truck, not an SUV.
First, 5160 is an alloy steel, 1095 a simple carbon steel. They are close in performance but 5160 at 54 Rc gets my cigar for toughness and ease of sharpening. In my experience, both are good field use blade steels. 5160 alloy costs more to make a blade. 1095 is a cheaper knife steel to make a blade, but still with good performance at higher rockwell. 5160 has both chromium for better hardening and silicon for toughness. Take your choice. Secondly, the only reason I did not rate this knife a 5 was because I had to finish the wood grip slabs before use. A light sanding and then applied Ballistol, with their new disposable cloths (great product, bio-degradable) and I was good to go. I also used an extra leather OKC pilots survival sheath to replace the nylon one (used Ballistol on leather).
2 out of 5
Pappageorgio
Yuma
Jun 04, 2014
Pros: None
Cons: Blade Material
Dencent but overpriced (not KnifeCenter's Fault, but Ontario)
I have to agree with the other reviewer who said "bullcraft" , the price is insane for a 5" blade that is only .12" thick and made of 1060 carbon steel. For just $20 more Ontario sell the Blackbird SK-5, which is a 5" blade, .13" thick and in exotic 154CM stainless steel. Come on Ontario, this is basically a glorified, heavy duty, "Old Hickory" knife that would sell for $8. If it was selling for $50 you would be selling this knife like hotcakes, but at $80 to $90, there are so many better bushcraft knife options.
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