Pro Tool Apache Bolo Machete 10.5" 1075 Carbon Steel Black Powder Coated Blade Black G-10 Handle

Product #: 919962 Pro Tool #: JC-2N
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The Pro Tool Apache Bolo is the ultimate survival tool. Designed by John Campbell, a survivalist expert, the Apache Bolo is hand-crafted to be rugged and functional. The 10.5" 1075 High Carbon steel blade is 1/4" thick and extremely heavy, so it is rigid and creates serious momentum for tackling chopping tasks. The blade features a 14 degree grind and is heat-treated to a Rockwell Hardness of 54-56 for optimal strength and edge retention. The blade is also black powder coated for wear and corrosion resistance. The black G-10 handles feature a special grip pattern so your hand will not slip while chopping, even when sweaty or wet. The Apache Bolo comes with a nylon belt sheath.

Technical Information

  • Folding or Fixed Blade: Fixed
  • Blade Steel: 1075 High Carbon Steel
  • Handle Material: G-10 Steel
  • Blade Shape: Drop Point
  • Serrated: No
  • Carry Options: Kydex Sheath
  • Blade Finish: Black Powder Coated
  • Rockwell Hardness: 54-56
  • Blade length: 10.5"
  • Blade Thickness: 0.25"
  • Overall Length: 16.25"
  • Weight: 31 oz.
  • Made in USA!
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