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Marble's Bolo Camp Cleaver 8-5/8" Orange Finish Blade, Natural Wood Handles - MR51214

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Part Number: MR51214
Manufacturer: Marble's Knives
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MR51214: Bolo Camp Cleaver

Marbles Bolo Camp Cleaver. 15 1/4" overall. 8 5/8" orange finish blade. Natural wood handle. Sheath sold separately. Made in El Salvador.

The Legacy Lives On

Marble’s® products have been highly sought by serious sportsmen for more than a century. Webster Marble understood the needs of the outdoorsmen and used innovative concepts and the best materials available to make sporting equipment that was both practical and durable.

Webster Marble is widely credited with designing and producing the first knife made especially for hunting; an accomplishment that earned him the title “Father” of the modern hunting knife. His “Safety Axe”, designed with a guard that folded into the handle, was both unique and efficient and is still being made and used today. It's true, you will find a bit of history in every blade. But the history is not only limited to knives and axes.

The history of Marble's Compasses dates to 1900 and have been carried by famous explorers and Presidents.
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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Columbus, ga
May 09, 2013
Pros: Weight, Blade Material, Blade Sharpness
Cons: None
Great gift for that Outdoor Chef (indoor too!)
Get rid of those old fashioned cleavers. Ergonomic shape lets you chop, dice, etc. much longer.
3 out of 5
Western NY State
Nov 15, 2010
Pros: None
Cons: Handle Material, Finish, Blade Sharpness
Good for the money.
I like it, but it needed some work. I did'nt mind. I sanded down the handle so it was smooth. Handle was softwood & seemed like a magnet for moisture, so I sealed it with some minwax. It fits my hand great now & water is no worry. Blade steel was challenging to make hair shaving sharp, but it is now. Sheath is worthwhile to store it. You can use it in the kitchen. I hope to try it skinning a deer as well.
4 out of 5
Jul 01, 2010
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Overall Quality, Weight, Blade Material
Cons: Sheath/Scabbard, None
I'm not crying
As a life long camper and woodsman, I'm pretty familiar with the Marbles brand. I saw this item and figured that I would spend a few bucks and test out the quality. The price was great, the performance was great and yeah, the handle is big for my hands. For the price paid, I think I can spend a few minutes with a sanding block to get it to fit right. after a recent storm I used it to clear brush and chop green limbs from fallen branches up to 1.5in. thick. Worked well and kept its edge after an hours clearing/chopping. All that was needed was 2 strokes on the sharpening stone and it was ready to go again. That being said, I did not care for the sheath. It does not cover the blade completely and the closure snap is misplaced. I have a feeling though that the reason the price is so good has to do with the likelihood of it being a second. Again, for the price, I cannot complain and I have been abusing the camp cleaver since it arrived last month with little to no problems. Great product and I'll be ordering another as a backup.
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