Your bushcraft knife is probably among the most important survival tools you’ll ever bring with you into the bush, especially if it’s multi-functional. We got our hands on the Condor Bushlore knife to give it a round of testing, and it’s clear. The Bushlore is an affordable, quality, bushcraft knife that adequate for most of your needs in the bush.
- 1075 High Carbon Steel with a Blasted Satin Finish
- Walnut or Linen Micarta Handles
- Double Rivets
- Lanyard Hole
- 4-5/16″ Blade that is 1/8″ thick
- 9 1/4″ Overall
- Black Leather Belt Sheath
- Made in El Salvador
Condor Bushlore Review
Overall, this is a simple, easy-to-use bushcraft belt knife. We really liked how the handle felt in our hand while testing this knife (both the wood and Micarta versions felt great). Some handles have a tendency to wear your hand out. This one didn’t. The blade is thick, but not too thick for it’s own good, which keeps the knife light and agile when it comes to fine carving and creating tinder. The scandi grind and the thickness of this blade made it ideal for batoning. It was easy to split wood, but spine had a bit of trouble with our ferro rod (maybe it was us). Overall, we’ve given the Condor Bushlore a rating of 8.3. It’s a great knife, especially at this price point.
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