Colombian Survival Tanto Knife With Sheath - One-Piece Stainless Steel Construction, Includes Three Nylon Cords To Wrap Handle - Length 11 1/2”

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  • Practice and hone your cord wrapping skills with this fixed blade tanto knife and cord package
  • It has a solid, one-piece stainless steel construction with a 5 3/4” tanto blade and a gun metal grey, matte finish
  • The spine of this fixed blade knife has some notching to serve as jimping and the handle has small, double quillons
  • The handle can be wrapped with the included black, blue or olive drab nylon cords, using the included instructional sheet as a guide
  • The 11 1/2” fixed blade comes in a tough nylon belt sheath with a snap closure strap and the knife also has a lanyard hole


The Colombian Survival Tanto Knife’s handle can be wrapped with the 9 ft each, black, blue or olive drab nylon cords that have been included, so that you can hone your cord-wrapping skills. It has a solid, one-piece stainless steel construction with a 5 3/4” tanto blade and a gun metal grey, matte finish. The spine of the blade has some notching to serve as jimping and the handle has small, double quillons. The 11 1/2” fixed blade comes in a tough nylon belt sheath with a snap closure strap and the knife also has a lanyard hole. A basic cord-wrapping instructional sheet is also included with the knife.

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Rocky Hall
Nov 21, 2019
(3 out of 5)
A project indeed

So, I actually own a much older version of this same knife. Got it probably 6-8 years ago when it actually carried a Bud K logo and a product number of BK1895. Pressed Chinese stainless, I assume 1040. I coincidentally just re-wrapped this knife tonight (the original knife I bought already had the handle wrapped) combining the cheap nylon cordage it came with and a proper 550 to double the account of cordage on the handle (approximately 9 or 10ft each, 18-20ft total). Anyway, the steel has some heft and when properly wrapped feels comfortable. If memory serves, it was less expensive when I bought it but... If you wanted a knife upgrade/mod project, this is a good start. You could put your own scales on it but you'd have to drill your own holes. Otherwise, even with a double wrap, it still feels a bit thin in the hands. I just do a simple wrap, something with square knots or similar would be provide more grip. Regardless, was a fun distraction to re-wrap this, might do a few other mods (sheath needs a plastic insert or else the blade slices the nylon and stitching)...enjoy.

 

Timothy Rausch Jr
Sep 28, 2019
(1 out of 5)
Why was this part of KOTM?

I've been a loyal subscriber to KOTM for a while now and every single product has been amazing. Until now. I feel like Budk ripped off their loyal customers and chose a cheap month for the item. The whole purpose is what, to teach us how to wrap? No thank you. I purchased KNIFE OF THE MONTH, not wrap of the month. I subscribed to get KNIVES and to further add to my collection. Don't ever do this to us again, Budk.

 

Clark Haberman
Sep 24, 2019
(1 out of 5)
annoying waste of time

I received this knife as part of my Bud K monthly knife subscription. If the knife had come with the handle already wrapped, I would have shrugged and added it to my collection without bothering to review it. The blade portion is ok. It seems sturdy enough, but trying to wrap the handle was a nightmare. My motivation for this review is the fact that Columbian Survival has done this knife on the cheap. Rather than pay someone who knows how to properly wrap the handle with the paracord, they decided to issue it as a kit. The instructions provided for wrapping the handle are sparse, poorly written, and confusing. The illustration of a finished knife is too small and too dark to provide any useful hints. Despite 3 tries, I barely had enough cord left over to tie a knot, never mind the wrist loop mentioned in the directions. If this knife had not been part of my subscription, I'd have packed it back up and returned it without screwing around with it. If you must have a cord wrapped tanto, hunt for one that's already been wrapped by someone who knows what they are doing. This knife is a rip-off. Save your money and buy something else. On the basis of this offering, Columbian Survival has become a brand name to avoid.
Response: I apologize, that you are not satisfied with the item. We will reach out to resolve this issue.

 

justin wojcik
Sep 22, 2019
(5 out of 5)
Sweet steel

Loving this knife. Good solid design nice weight and thickness. Gave it a few swings to test the blade and even threw it into a target a few times. Good balance and good resistance to rolling on the blade . Overall very happy with this knife and a pretty good price to boot

 

James Williams
Sep 21, 2019
(1 out of 5)
Columbian tanto knife

I got the knife as one of the knives of the month and I was very disappointed with it. The blade could have been sharper but the main issue is that you have to construct the handle yourself and when I buy a knife i expect to get the finished product, not some assembly required. It's not like I bought a couch or something. It was a very poor selection for the knife of the month, although all of the other knives I got through knife of the month have been good.

 

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