Camillus Cuda Folding Knife with Quick Release Lever Opener 9" Open Length - 18533

$33.95

MSRP* : $44.99 | You Save* : $11.04 (25%)
Part #: CM18533 | Camillus Knives
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CM18533:

Carbonitride Titanium Cuda Folding Knife

Camillus Knives

A great, small folder with a quick-action blade release mechanism. The steel is a good quality Japanese AUS-8 stainless and utilizes a liner locking mechanism.

Camillus Knives

Since 1876, Camillus Cutlery has been supplying the world with reliable, innovative and qualitymade knives that have survived the true test of time. As one of the oldest knife manufacturers, Camillus Cutlery has always answered the call for quality and will continue to do so with our hunting, fishing, sporting and tactical knives.

Craftsmanship with a worldwide following – it’s been the Camillus way for over 130 years.

Camillus products are made of Carbonitride Titanium cutlery-grade steel and are through-hardened to hold an edge. Camillus knives will withstand the impossible task and continue delivering over extended use.

Specifications

  • Carbonitride Titanium
  • Japanese AUS-8 Steel
  • Hollow-Ground Blade
  • Quick-Action Blade Release
  • Ergonomic G10 Fiber Handle
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • Made in China

Terminology

AUS-8 Steel

AUS-8 is a Japanese medium-carbon, high-chromium stainless steel. One word says it all, "balance." It offers exceptional balance between toughness, edge sharpness, and corrosion resistance. Balance provides lasting value. AUS-8 ranks among the hardest, toughest, and most rust-resistant knife alloys. It's a trusted favorite that enthusiasts prefer time and again.

Carbonitride Titanium

Carbonitride Titanium is one of the hardest surface treatments containing titanium. Harder than carbide. Harder than chrome. Our proprietary process creates a permanent molecular bond with the blade surface. Will not flake, blister, chip, or peel. A complex crystalline structure forms which protects the blade surface against wear, staining, and damage.

UPC Code: 016162185332

Pocket Clip
Pocket Clip Includes a pocket clip for easy accessibility and a more secure carry.
G10 Handles
G10 Handles Formed in a sheet under high pressure by combining fiberglass and an epoxy resin binder. These handles are lightweight and shaped to ensure a solid grip.
Camillus Cuda Folding Knife with Quick Release Lever Opener 9" Open Length rated 3.000 stars out of 5 (34 reviews)
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Camillus Cuda Folding Knife with Quick Release Lever Opener 9" Open Length
rated 1 stars out of 5
The Dude
WI
Sep 20, 2020
Pros: Blade Material, Ease of Opening, None
Cons: Lock Type, Overall Quality
Not Safe
My review is that i'm surprised whoever owns the "Camillus" name is not involved in a lawsuit because someone mangled their hand when the lock failed. I'm %95 certain that my example would close on itself if I tried to stab a car or something stupid like that. It's actually not a bad knife for $35 apart from that but it's pointless to carry a beefy linerlock like this if you have to handle it like a slipjoint. The steel is noticeably better than SAK or Buck 420HC.
Camillus Cuda Folding Knife with Quick Release Lever Opener 9" Open Length
rated 3 stars out of 5
Knifebreaker
Arkansas
Mar 03, 2020
Pros: Handle Material, Handle Feel, Blade Material, Ease of Opening, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Overall Quality
Cons: Lock Type, Pocket Clip, None
Great if modified.
This has been my EDC/work knife for the past 6 years. It's the best pocket knife I ever had. It's the thickest blade I've seen on a cheap knife. I have successfully used it as a pry bar, screwdriver, chisel, gasket scraper, electrical jumper, and even cut stuff. I do have to hone it daily, but that's more to do with my lifestyle. I hated the button slider thing at first, but after getting used to it, it's quicker than a spring loaded knife. As for the liner lock issue, it's a big one. It would go all the way to the other side and allow the blade to slip past it. I have rigged it up a few different way, but the best and final one was to just take it apart and remove the plastic washer/spacer on the other side so there's no way for the blade to slide past it. This also requires trimming the pivot hardware a little, but the rest of the handle hardware just gets extra torque. Nothing can make it close in on itself either, the liner has to be pushed out of the way. This has been shown off before by throwing being thrown backwards into wood and concrete. Now, I have changed the geometry a lot, mainly because I get bored with a stone in my hand sometimes, so mine feels nothing like it did from the factory. Mine has literally seen hell and back, and it's still here able to shave hair, with not a sign of a bend. I did lose 1/8" off the tip, but that was when it was being used to jump across the starter solenoid on an old Ford, you can't even tell after I reshaped it. Never thought about complaining about handle materials or feel, so those must be good to me. I think that's all. Belt clip sucks, but they all do....Funny story. I worked on this old car one time, finished it up, customer paid and left. A while later my knife wasn't there when I reached for it. I spent all day looking for it. A couple months later, car comes back for an oil change. It was right there under the hood. I was so happy to have it back, and haven't been without it since.
Camillus Cuda Folding Knife with Quick Release Lever Opener 9" Open Length
rated 4 stars out of 5
Kera R
Chapel hill
Mar 23, 2017
Pros: Overall Quality, Weight, Sheath, Ease of Opening, None
Cons: Handle Feel, Handle Material
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