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Condor Garuda Knife Review: Bushcraft, Camping, General Outdoors In 5 & 4.5 Inch Versions

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In this video, ETV Team Member Nathan talks about his use of the Condor Garuda. While he shows you some use in this video, he has really worked this blade hard over the last few months, and he likes it. 1075 HC steel, a ballistic nylon sheath, and you can get this in a 5 inch version or a 4.5 inch version.- check it out!

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7 thoughts on “Condor Garuda Knife Review: Bushcraft, Camping, General Outdoors In 5 & 4.5 Inch Versions

  1. Say Yeah Tim, I have a O.K.C. Ranger T.F.I., I teamed it with my Gen2 SP-53, A great combo when I’m processing alot of wood especially in colder weather. I also can use it by just adding a folding saw and , Boil, Blap, Blam, Thank You Maam,, I always said Condor makes some very nice knives, But I wish they used a better steel.,,.

  2. It’s a sweet looking knife for sure. But I’m a little worried about the 1075 steel. I heard it dulls somewhat quickly. Also, that nylon sheath is a big turn-off. That knife would be perfect for one of their famous Condor leather sheath.

    1. Steve Smith 1075 would technically dull faster than 1095 due to lower carbon content yet it has better resilience due to its lower carbon content (softness). So it is good for axes and heavy use knives where you don’t want chips in the blade or breaking. Keep in mind 1095 isn’t fragil, nor is 1075 completely bad on retention, It’ll still suit you just fine. For this knife I would prefer 1095 though, but no biggie in my opinion especially for the money.

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