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Windlass Cobra Steel Kindjal


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Windlass Cobra Steel KindjalWindlass Cobra Steel Kindjal

Overall Length: 23-1/2"

Blade Length: 17"

Blade Width: 1-5/8"

Blade Thickness: 3/16"

Weight: 1 lb / 2 oz

Steel: X46Cr13 Stainless Steel

Edge: Sharpened

Engraving: Available

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Another all purpose tactical knife in the Windlass Cobra line! Like the Cobra Steel Falcata (#402532), this survival knife features a hand-forged, X46Cr13 high grade stainless steel blade. Fully tempered in state-of-the-art computer controlled ovens to a Rockwell hardness of 48º, it will flex in a cut and come back for more. Features a rugged hard weather resistant rubber handle for comfort 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 riveted leather belt sheath. Comes with a factory edge, can be personalized with up to 3 initials.

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Customer Reviews

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Super pointy. Sheath is good. Edges sharpened, but not "sharp". Won't cut paper. Satin finish is not very good (blemishes/rubs). Rubber handle is a little ashy (dried out). I rubbed a small amount of plumber's silicone grease on the handle. The handle is better, darkened up, and still grippy. Despite my critique, you won't find a better short sword for the money.....maybe not even for twice the money. I believe it is full tang. This short sword should be pretty indestructible if not grossly abused.
Reviewed by Michael  W
4/27/2017 2:51:31 AM
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Pretty much everything my 110 pound butt ever wanted!! Wanted it for four years. Just never had the extra cash or time. Until Now. The paracord is an interesting idea - but not required. Diggin' the grip. I read a while back that these handles will corrode on you, but I can't wait to make my own :) Yeah - I gave it five stars, but... The blade is scuffed up out of the box, and there's a nick in the blade like someone at fedex played with it...which totally blows - I basically got the personalized edition on a butt-smeared blade! Also should have been specific on the placement of my initials. They put it up and to the right of the logo, instead of directly and vertically adjacent - matching the logos height. (Thanks a lot)Looks like my new knife has bumper stickers!! THIS IS NOT SHARP!! Yeah sure you might be able to SAW a cut into your hand or pant-leg after say 10 or 20 attempts. Definitely going to have to regrind the un-even grinds all the way down - since some lazy-mazy decided to stop 3" from the hilt. Will re-review after honing. I'm sure it'll be great...but what an ugly thing to wait four years for. Definitely not the sheen from the picture or Skallagrim videos. Sigh - Still love it...Still wanna be it's daddy!
Reviewed by Charles  P
5/23/2015 12:39:41 AM
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For the price it's a great little peice that being said, I have added a 550 cord wrap to the handle cause I have large hands and the grip feels great now. The factory edge couldn't cut paper so had to touch it up. The price range of this I am not upset about any of that. Once I put it thru some paces I'll update more
Reviewed by Mike  M
5/21/2015 5:30:57 PM
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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 I bought some tennis handle grip to bulk up the thickness, and it feels just rights now.
Reviewed by Isaiah  C
1/14/2013 12:00:00 AM
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love it. good grip, came fairly sharp, and nice sheath! worth it!
Reviewed by Gabriel  L
7/16/2011 12:00:00 AM
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From the picture this seems to be a thinner and more expensive version of the Qama (ID#400164).
Reviewed by martha  g
7/26/2010 9:00:39 AM