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Condor K-TACT Kukri Survival Knife & Nessmuck Neck Knife – Teaming Up For Chopping, Carving

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A big blade and a small blade – that’s been my jam for a while now. In this video we will look at the Condor K-TACT Kukri and the Neo Necker. Both of these knives did well at the tasks I placed in front of them. Are they the combo I’d go to in the woods? Watch and see.

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7 thoughts on “Condor K-TACT Kukri Survival Knife & Nessmuck Neck Knife – Teaming Up For Chopping, Carving

  1. A machete + a Mora is my preferred combination. Of the many variations of that I’ve tried, the Cold Steel Jungle Machete + the Mora Kansbol may be my favorite – big chopping power + superb fine carving capability + great ergonomics on both + excellent carry options on both. I’ve also been enjoying the Cold Steel Mini Pendleton Hunter as an EDC fixed blade, and I think it would make a good smaller blade to pair with a machete. Even though it’s only a 3″ blade, the handle is just big enough for a full grip and it’s really ergonomic, so it ends up being very useful for most fine tasks. I have a Cold Steel Royal Kukri Machete on the way, so I’ll see how that combination works out.

  2. I am vastly impressed by you Tim. Thank you for an absolutely honest review of the knives and their functions, size, abilities in the field, and true capabilities.VERY REFRESHING!!

  3. Good video thanks for sharing, Kukri has always looked to be cumbersome… But I’m sure they are a good multifunctional tool…. I’ve tried a few systems, but I find the one that works for me is the GSO 4.1 (New spec) And the Schrade schf64. I live in a sub arctic environment so the trees aren’t very big in diameter, So the Schrade makes a good light chopper for my needs

  4. Tim there’s an easy fix in many cases for the loose kydex I’ve fixed some sheaths for people with the same problem . Just by making a larger leather washer using a chacago screw in the rivet hole allowing the washer to apply pressure on the kydex seems to have done the trick . Also on the kukri sheath don’t like the snaps on the out side of the dangler to easy to get snagged and opened need to be flip so there on the inside of the belt it’s a pain to unsnap but that’s the idea not to un snap have also done this for friends in the past . Happy Trails.

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