Kershaw Camp 14
Kershaw Camp 14
Offer Ends In:
- Get some serious bushwhacking done with the Camp 14
- Full-tang construction; 65Mn steel, a durable carbon steel; black powdercoat for added blade protection
- Glass-filled nylon handle with rubberized overmold offers secure grip
- Includes glass-filled nylon sheath with gear straps and belt loop
Blade Length: 14 inches/35.60 cm
Blade Steel: 65Mn
Blade Finish/Coating: Powdercoat
Blade Thickness: 0.192 inches/4.9 mm
Closed Length: –
Handle Material: Full-Tang, Glass-filled Nylon
Handle Finish/Coating: Sure-Grip Overmold
Handle Thickness: 1 inch/25.4 mm
Overall Length: 20 inches/50.80 cm
Weight: 1 lbs. 4.4 oz./581 grams
Weight w/ Sheath: 1 lb. 13.5 oz./839 grams
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The Kershaw Camp 14 proves that sometimes, bigger is better. It all depends on the job. That’s why the Camp series knives come in three sizes. This one is the Camp 14. It’s 14 inches of pretty amazing camp knife that does a great job of whacking campsite and other outdoor chores down to size in very short order. From clearing brush to making kindling, the Camp 14 is the ideal outdoor and survival tool.
The Kershaw Camp 14 is a kukri style machete, which is designed primarily for chopping. The shape varies a great deal from being quite straight to highly curved with angled or smooth spines. There are substantial variations in dimensions and blade thickness depending on intended tasks as well as the region of origin and the smith that produced it. As a general guide the spines vary from 5–10 mm (3⁄16–3⁄8 in) at the handle, and can taper to 2 mm (1⁄16 in) by the point while the blade lengths can vary from 26–38 cm (10–15 in) for general use. While designed primarily for combat, Kukris are extremely versatile tools, while being designed primarily for chopping, you can use different parts of the blade for different cutting tasks.
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