Windlass Cobra Steel Kindjal

ID#: 402578

Price: $59.95 

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  • Factory Edge - Price: $59.95 
  • Factory Edge w/ Initials - Price: $64.95 
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Another all purpose function knife in the Windlass Cobra line! Like the Cobra Steel Falcata (#402532), this survival knife features a hand-forged, 1095 high carbon steel blade, fully tempered in state-of-the-art computer controlled ovens. to a Rockwell hardness of 48º-52º so it will flex in a cut and come back for more.  Features a rugged hard rubber mold-over grip that is highly detailed for a positive, shock absorbing hold.  Based on the traditional Kindjal, one of the best overall patterns and proven over a long history of use, this is an excellent self defense knife.  Includes a tough, saddle grade leather belt sheath.  Comes with a factory edge.
  • Overall: 23-1/2"
  • Blade: 17" long, 1-5/8" wide, 3/16" thick
  • Wt: 1 lb/2 oz
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1. Isaiah on 1/14/2013, said:

When I received my kindjal, I was impressed by the weight and look of the sword. The sheath is snug so the sword would not come out easily unless you want it to.. the only problem I have, is that I have big hands, and the handle is quite thin....so I bought some tennis handle grip to bulk up the thickness, and it feels just rights now.
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2. Gabriel on 7/16/2011, said:

love it. good grip, came fairly sharp, and nice sheath! worth it!
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3. Anonymous User on 8/11/2010, said:

this blade rocks!
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4. Thomas on 7/26/2010, said:

From the picture this seems to be a thinner and more expensive version of the Qama (ID#400164).
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5. Anonymous User on 9/26/2009, said:

Actually, the length of the blade on this knife puts it in the "short sword" catagory (12" and up). This blade style is from the Caucasas region (which includes Chechnya) of Russia. It's more of a thrusting weapon than a slashing weapon...and it's nice to see one for sale here!
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