Hultafors Craftsmanship Orange Carbon - £5.95 delivered - Hennie Haynes
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Hultafors Craftsmanship Orange Carbon - £5.95 delivered - Hennie Haynes

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Found 13th Sep 2016
I recently posted a similar knife but with different coloured handle (although the pic I used depicted the orange handle). The original knife is now out of stock, so the deal was expired.

That was at a price of £7.95 delivered, so this is a fantastic deal. Whilst the orange handle may not have the stealth appeal, it's big advantage is finding the thing after putting it down in grass etc.

Knife developed and adapted to suit the needs of craftsmen, manufactured in Japanese knife steel. A unique method for attaching the sheath around a button on your work clothes means it does not loosen, but is easy to remove. The knife blade is manufactured in 2.5 mm carbon steel that has been hardened to 58-60 HRC. The cutting edge has been sharpened in several stages with a final honing on a leather strop. The handle and sheath are made of extra durable PP plastic. The sheath fits just as well on your belt as on your buttons.

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just like your last post, quality knife at a silly cheap price Hot

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winter_zombie

just like your last post, quality knife at a silly cheap price Hot




Yeah people miss a trick with these knives. It could be used as a grear kitchen knife too, stays sharp for an awful long time and easy and forgiving to get a really sharp edge when required.


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Edited by: "cchopps" 13th Sep 2016

Yes, but... 'In the wrong hands it has one use. To kill' A post from the last thread.

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simont_space

Yes, but... 'In the wrong hands it has one use. To kill' A post from the … Yes, but... 'In the wrong hands it has one use. To kill' A post from the last thread.



Only an unstable mind could think like that

a knife is a tool. like any tool from a screwdriver to a pair of scissors it's not the tool it's the person using it.

great price. I've only seen them cheaper when they've been discounted at shows.

simont_space

Yes, but... 'In the wrong hands it has one use. To kill' A post from the … Yes, but... 'In the wrong hands it has one use. To kill' A post from the last thread.



​so we should ban forks, screwdrivers, all other knives, anything sharp? I could kill someone with a pen if I wanted. it is not the tool that kills its the loose nut behind the tool.

This gets voted cold yet kitchen knife sets with a worse saving/value get hot.

Fun crime statistic; the majority of knife crime is commited with kitchen knives.

These are very good knives, hot !!!

Great find, ordered two for fishing.
Heat added.
The company are very pro 18+, had to send a proof of age before dispatch so they're a responsible company too.

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colinofhove

Great find, ordered two for fishing. Heat added. The company are very pro … Great find, ordered two for fishing. Heat added. The company are very pro 18+, had to send a proof of age before dispatch so they're a responsible company too.



Just remember to keep the blade dry after use as carbon steel can rust.

Out of stock now :-(

cchopps

Just remember to keep the blade dry after use as carbon steel can rust.



Many thanks, will make sure it's dry.

catbeans

This gets voted cold yet kitchen knife sets with a worse saving/value get … This gets voted cold yet kitchen knife sets with a worse saving/value get hot.Fun crime statistic; the majority of knife crime is commited with kitchen knives.



Stop spouting facts.

I have the Hultafors craftsman which I use to make heavy kitchen work easy. I also have the Hultafors heavy duty (check Youtube videos to see just how strong that knife is) which is for quickly hacking branches back, cleaning the crap from underneath the lawnmower and prising anything out of anywhere - seriously strong - both are cheap as chips.

Also available for those cold voters who fear anything pointy is the Hultafors safety knife which can be had for a few quid. Beware though, whilst it isn't pointy, it is sharp. Pointy and sharp are different things.

All very good knives for virtually nothing.

I've voted hot.

would this be suitable for cutting heads & tails off fish ( would have to cut through fish spine ). I'm looking for a knife that will do this & maybe one for skinning, prepping rabbits & game birds.

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neiljw

would this be suitable for cutting heads & tails off fish ( would have to … would this be suitable for cutting heads & tails off fish ( would have to cut through fish spine ). I'm looking for a knife that will do this & maybe one for skinning, prepping rabbits & game birds.



The answer to your question is yes. Personally I would get Opinel No 10 for £12.95 delivered. It's not as robust, not as cheap, but it's a locking folder (locks by twisting metal collar which feels like it's going to be unsafe, but it's not). It's just a really nice knife to own and use.
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