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Machete
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The Ka-bar line is good, but a bit pricey. Their combat knives are more like short swords, but they're still made in the US, in Olean, NY. I bought a combat knife a while ago. It's larger than the USMC models I was familiar with years ago.

I see they have a few machete styled models as well.
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priell3;169012 Wrote:I had this delivered yesterday from Amazon. No question as to where it is made.

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Let us know how it holds up.
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I literally have about 10 different estwing hammers and hatchets. Some of them are like 15-18 years old. Never had a problem with any of them. Heads NEVER come off.
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