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    Username Post: Jeep machete...        (Topic#867476)
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    12-22-09 21:44.15 - Post#2013567    



    *Sorry if this is the wrong place for this. But I figured since it was a Jeep product, it was appropriate.

    I would definetly consider this to be of 'cheaper' quality, but this is one of the best damn machete's I've ever owned. It works for what it's ment to (clearing grass and such) and since it ran me maybe 10 dollars or so, I didn't really think twice about putting it through some harsh treatment. The only real draw back I've found is that the sheath is a cheap POS, and the plastic handle is more squared rather then rounded making the grip a little uncomfertable. This is nothing that can't be fixed with a little electric/grip tape around the handle.

    This is definetly NOT something I would take into a jungle adventure, but it is worth the money I spent. So if your looking for something cheap that you could take on a hike/weekend camp trip or just something to f around with pick one up.

    Just figured I'd share.

    Take care.
     


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