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Kershaw Camp 10: Hands On

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Sam Cade, Aug 9, 2013.

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  1. Sam Cade

    Sam Cade Member

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    Something like an E-toh is a much more effective chopper and around the same size.

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    The distally tapered, humpbacked E-toh has a maximally efficient weight distribution for a chopper.

    The non tapered, hump bellied Camp 10 does not.
     

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  2. Deltaboy1984

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    Thanks Sam.
     
  3. Shanghai McCoy

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    Thanks for going to all that trouble to check Sam...
     
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    I wonder why not every1 is copying the retention sheath the Glock knife uses .....

    It is awesome.
     
  5. JShirley

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    The Glock knife is a very different and much smaller shape than a machete.
     
  6. lemaymiami

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    And for anyone that thinks cigar chewing guys with choppers are a bit out of the ordinary they ought to come down my way where such folks are very common (but probably come equipped with bigger hats..). Old boys with cigars are Miami's specialty....
     
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