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Kershaw 1076 Camp 14 Fixed 14" Blade, Sure-Grip Handles

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Part Number: KS1076
Manufacturer: Kershaw Knives
Retail Price: $74.99
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KS1076: 1076 Camp 14
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This is a bigger blade variation in the Kershaw Camp Knife arsenal. The Camp 14 features a large 14" blade. This knife features Kershaw's super-grippy handles, double lanyard holes and come complete with an easy-carry sheath.
  • Full-tang construction
  • Extra-thick blade stock
  • Durable, non-reflective blade powdercoat
  • Sure-grip handle overmold
  • Double lanyard holes for extra safety
  • Includes sheath
  • Steel: 65Mn, powdercoat
  • Handle: Full-tang, Sure-Grip overmold
  • Blade: 14"
  • Overall: 20"
  • Weight: 1 lb. 14 oz.
  • Made in China

UPC Code: 087171034720

Zytel Handles
Zytel Handles
A nylon polymer that is lightweight and extremely durable, Zytel can be shaped and textured to provide excellent grip.
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Trent C
Hagerstown MD
Feb 07, 2016
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Weight, Overall Quality, Finish
Cons: None
An outstanding tool
This knife is perfect for what I wanted it for, a general all around tool for bushwhacking and camp use. The quality of the knife is very high much better than I expected for the price. It is a bit heavy for cutting through light grass, brush, etc. but is excellent for nipping off thorn bushes and small limbs as well as cutting and splitting kindling. The scabbard is really nice and sturdy as well but it does rattle a bit as other reviews have said, I solved this problem by putting a little bit of oiled cotton rag into the tip of the scabbard to hold the blade tighter. Overall a great deal on a very well designed and made knife.
5 out of 5
Knoxville, TN
Jul 20, 2015
Pros: Blade Material, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Weight, Materials, Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness
Cons: None
Brush knife, camp axe, machete all in one
I have a work crew constantly battling invasive plants and trees. We put our brush clearing tools to heavy use clearing trails and thickets. We bought three of these knives and use them for just about every brush clearing task we encounter. More flexible machetes are great for clearing light brush and vines where swinging with higher speed is required. Hatchets are just the thing when you're taking down small trees or branches and you need a bit more rigidity and weight to get the job done. This knife combines the best of both in a single, easy to carry tool. You might still need a machete for leafy, light weight vegetation or a hatchet for splitting kindling but this knife will do just about any task you put it to including taking down small trees as well as any hatchet (I've even used it to split kindling where it does a fair job). Given its weight and rigidity, it is probably more hatchet-like than machete-like though the length of its cutting edge and the fact that it has a knife point make it more useful than a hatchet. Because of its lighter weight, better balance, and excellent grip I experienced a lot less hand fatigue with this knife versus a hatchet under similar use. It would be a great camping knife but I can't image going far with this strapped to my belt, though I could see strapping it to a backpack and carrying it that way. A lanyard would have been a helpful add-on. All in all an excellent, highly versatile and durable tool that is worth every penny.
5 out of 5
Juan J
Monterrey, MX
May 05, 2015
Pros: Finish, Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Weight, Handle Material, None
Good overall blade
I got it for about 30 bucks. For the price I really can't complain. This is a robust blade fit for chopping, slicing and thrusting. I use it as my main carry for opening path through saplings, brush and tall grasses. I was worried about the steel since I prefer higher carbon content, but the knife held up astoundingly, it only got a nick when I accidentally hit a stray piece of masonry. I took down a 4 inch branch of a tangerine tree like nobody's business. The only gripe I have is that I have large hands and the knife has a somewhat skinny handle and its checkering is too aggressive. Nothing a bit of wilson's tape won't fix.
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