The "pata de cuche" machete represents, in many ways, the prototypical machete shape. Fairly evenly weighted along the entire blade, it is easily slipped in a sheath for portability. Good for green vegetation and as a utility tool. It is known as: "Pata de Cuche", in El Salvador; "Vizcaino", in Guatemala; "Colin", in Nicaragua; "Cola de Gallo" or "para chapea", in Costa Rica.. You can also use this machete for outdoor survival, camping or hunting needs. Anyone can also use this machete for outdoor survival, camping or hunting needs.
Featuring a simply but sturdy design 12 inch blade, this Bush Machete will do the job. It is small, compact and carries an evenly weight throughout the blade providing you with an audible feedback when chopping or slicing. The blade offers a carbon steel construction making it harder and easier to retain their sharpening edge longer. This machete offers a full tang construction with a natural wooden handle construction. The wood is riveted onto the tang of the machete and provides you with great support. The blade offers a primary grind established at factory but will require further sharpening for fine edge. This great machete comes equipped with a green rice sack durable sheath with belt loop ring. The blade comes with a clear coating to prevent from rusting; we recommend you oil the blade after each use. These high quality inexpensive machetes are sold as is.
Overall Length: 17.50 inch
Blade Length: 12 inch
Blade: Carbon Steel, Straight Blade
Thickness: 2.56 mm
Handle Length: 5.5 inch
Handle: Full Tang, Natural Wooden Slabs with Rivets
Includes: Green Rice Sack Sheath with Belt Loop Ring