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Cold Steel Bushman 95BUS Couteau

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  • Acier : SK-5
  • Longueur lame : 177 mm
  • Tranchant : Lisse
  • Couleur lame : Noire
  • Profil lame : Drop point
  • Matière manche : SK-5 High Carbon
  • Couleur manche : Noir
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Hauteur8 pouces
Longueur8 pouces
Largeur8 pouces
Nombre de lames1
Nombre de pièces1
Batterie(s) / Pile(s) incluse(s) Non
MarqueCold Steel

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  • Dimensions du produit: 33,7 x 10,2 x 5,6 cm ; 476 g
  • Numéro du modèle de l'article: 95BUSS
  • ASIN: B0015RQI7Q
  • Date de mise en ligne sur : 22 février 2012
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
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Cold Steel Bushman. Taille totale : 31,1 cm. lame de 17,8 cm. Construction d'acier au carbone SK5. La poignée è un cylindre parfait pour contenir des objets. Étui Cordura.

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Je n'ai jamais vu un couteau aussi polyvalent!!! Il peut TOUT faire. Le travail d'un grand, le travail d'un petit . Petit "hic": Effet perver lié à ses capacités... Il ne fait rien "bien". Je m'explique: Il peut abattre un arbre (si!si!), comme il peut peler une pomme, mais il n'est confortable d'utilisation dans aucun de ces deux cas. Si vous voulez privilégier le poids et les capacités de l'outil, il n'y a pas mieux. Sinon, je vous invite à reconsidérer votre choix...
Sa simplicité demande quelques transformations pour une bonne prise en main, vous trouverez de nombreux commentaires et conseils sur le sujet.
Je l'ai longtemps utilisé avant de préférer le port de plusieurs lames plus spécialisées.
Il ne m'a jamais fait faux-bond.
Couteau robuste, léger, bien équilibré, acier irréprochable tant au travail qu'à l'entretien.
Magnifique produit.
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en week end à la campagne avec des amis, il sert aussi bien à couper du bois pour allumer le feu qu'à couper la côte de boeuf, très polyvalent, robuste, c'est un excellent compagnon de plein air.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Best all-around knife for the money 21 octobre 2010
Par Brace Negron - Publié sur
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Title says it all: this is the best all-around knife I've ever seen. I have 400 dollar custom knives, hand forged, etc so I speak from experience of using high performance knives. This is all the knife you'll ever need for 90% of your outdoor applications and it even fulfills some unusual ones too.

This knife was made to use and the balance of price, materials, durability, size shape etc make it an everything knife; it's even a very sweet thrower. It comes out of the box with an excellent edge that, if you are so inclined, can make razor sharp. I tend to keep field knives just under razor sharp as I don't want to roll the edge under heavy use. Bought two of these knives and have beat the hell out of them, from heavy amounts of throwing with occasionally missing and hitting cinder blocks, to chopping, whittling this knife keeps bouncing back. The steel is extremely tough and the temper making it springy so the knife doesn't break; at worst the edge will roll and even when the edge around the tip suffered serious damage getting slammed into a cinder block numerous times, it took ten minutes with a bastard file to re-shape and then re-sharpen it. 5 min more with my ceramic stone and it was razor sharp again. The fact that it is a one piece knife (thus very strong AND chef grade), can be mounted on a spear pole, has excellent belly, good weight for chopping, can store goodies in the handle as well as in the sheath, can take 100s of throws and is razor sharp, makes this knife the last word as a survival knife.

For those with such an inclination: it stabs well too. I tested it against wood and my hand didnt slip onto the blade, but you DO have to really grip it. One hint if u might have to stab with it: get some thick leather cord or paracord, thread it thru the hole and make a very short layard, just wide enough for your pinky and ring finger to slip thru and i guarantee u won't slip on the blade after a heavy thrust into a tough object. It isn't a combat knife so if that is what you are looking for head to Ka-bar land and find a knife there.

BTW: usue ballistol. Seems to lock in well with the finish on this knife and ballistol goes with the "do everything" attitude this knife has. Look ballistol up if you don't know what I am talking about: the stuff literally has dozens of uses as well as being an excellent oil for knives.

The sheath is good. Nice little pocket for mini flint and steel, a small Swiss army knife, mini flashlight, a mini lighter and small sharpening stone. I would say if Cold Steel came up with a bomb-proof rock-solid leather sheath WITH a small pouch like the nylon version of the sheath, this would be the perfect knife/sheath combo.

Get this knife: best deal in the knife world. trust me. The only other knives that rival it in price and quality for what you are paying are the Mora knives and that is saying something for those in the know.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great survival knife! 3 septembre 2013
Par GI JOE - Publié sur
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I think this knife should be at the top of every survival-minded outdoors-person's list. I would suggest a few modifications...but only to be made by the consumer themselves to customize it to their particular needs. I added two rubber stoppers in the handle to make a water-tight compartment that holds pain, allergy, and anti-diarrheal medicine in a plastic bag. The butt stopper has a metal eyelet for a small para-cord two finger lanyard (small enough to not get in the way when throwing the knife). I also have a self tapping 3/4 in. stainless steel screw going through the existing hole and into the butt stopper. This will help in the event I have to convert it into a spearhead, I can simply screw it into a wood shaft after removing the rubber stoppers. For any hard cutting (like the 3 in. diameter hickory tree I cut through in 5 min.) I recommend some grip tape. In the sheath pouch, I carry a magnesium fire starter and 15 ft. of para-cord. In a survival situation, I now have medicine, fire, cordage, and an easily convertible spear. I am planning on adding fish hooks to the mix as well. Be safe through it all!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Survival Knife 16 juin 2011
Par TimGamble - Publié sur
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I purchased the Cold Steel Bushman for a survival knife based on several reviews/demonstrations of it on You Tube. However, actually holding the knife in hand leaves me even more impressed than watching the videos. As a rural/backwoods fixed blade survival knife, I give the Bushman five out of five stars.

This is a knife that is big enough, sharp enough, rugged enough and versatile enough to tackle any outdoor survival use. If Tom Hanks' character had this knife on that deserted island, his life would have been so much easier.

The hallow-handled knife is actually forged from a single sheet of 2.5mm thick high carbon steel and is virtually indestructible. There are no seems or joints to wear out or break.

The overall length of the Bushman is just over 12 inches and the blade is seven inches long and quite sharp straight out of the box. It is a well balanced knife that can be used as a throwing knife (see some of the You Tube videos for a demonstration).

The hollow handle is designed to allow you to be able to either carry some survival items in the handle or to quickly convert the Bushman into a spear by inserting a limb or yard tool handle into it. You can "lock" the spear shaft in place by inserting a screw at the groove in the base of the handle. There is also a small hole near the top of the handle where a second screw can be inserted (or it can be used to affix a lanyard). Some of the You Tube videos demonstrate the conversion into and use of the Bushman as a spear.

The Cordura sheath is well-designed for this knife and has a fairly large external pocket that can be used to store a sharpener, fire starter and other small survival items. It has a simple loop to carry it on your belt.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Like my First Sargent all ways said COLD STEEL ALL THE WAY! 19 mars 2014
Par John ritenour - Publié sur
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I got this think I would be getting a cheep piece of crap. Man did I get fooled! ok out of the box you could shave with this knife, that is how sharp mine came. I beet the heck out of this hacked a branch just about 4" thick, then cut a 10" length of it, grabbed up another chunk and started battoning, I had split it down to a pile of 1/4" pieces in no time then cut servile into feather sticks with out a bit of trouble. Now yes I did have to touch up the edge after all that but it did it and more. would have gave it 5 stars but I do have problems with the knife sheath that cam with it, the thin strap that was meant to hold it to your belt... well that was a joke, if I would not have seen what was going on with it the knife would be laying on the side of a trial some where also the knife would hank up on something inside every time, to me no bigggie made a new one that works just fine.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good value, with limitations. 26 juin 2013
Par J. S. - Publié sur
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This is a good cheap knife. But the operative word is "cheap" - so expect compromises.

There's a red label saying "WARNING! This knife is made of high carbon steel and can rust! Your guarantee does not cover rust or staining! Keep knife dry and lightly oiled. Store knife outside sheath. MADE IN CHINA" The implication is, it can't be oiled up and left in its sheath all the time. (presumably because the sheath would remove the oil, expose the blade to oxygen, and it would rust) That's not ideal.

The sheath itself seems pretty well made from riveted nylon with artificial leather at the tip. But (I think) it's ridiculously large - at least 2" longer than necessary, and probably 1/4" wider. The tip guard is rendered non-functional because it's way below where the knife's tip actually ends up. There is also no way to secure the knife into the sheath, which means it must be carried handle up. However, for routine carry situations I don't think it will slip out easily due to its size.

There's no grip on the handle - it's just bare metal. Even though it's pretty non-slip I think I will eventually add something to absorb moisture and give a little more security.

The knife is very simple, which I like - nothing fancy to break, and obviously reduces the cost. It's extremely solid. I honestly can't imagine any normal situation where it would bend or break. It completely met my expectations and requirements: large, strong, cheap.
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