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Scar Blade High Country Knife Review: NICE KNIFE for being in the Back Country

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In this video, Brendan is going to give you a sense of what the Scar Blades High Country has to offer. This knife is custom made and as you will see, has quite a bit to offer. Whether its camping, hunting, or just being out in the woods, this is one worth checking out.

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6 thoughts on “Scar Blade High Country Knife Review: NICE KNIFE for being in the Back Country

  1. poor poor tree, not a fan of seeing a perfectly good live tree being destroyed for a tip test, really need to find a dead one next time, in my honest opinion that handle is a bad design, that design seems more suited for a real bush knife or a machete

  2. usually during feathering review you show it. no proof you ACTUALLY used said knife so that is a fail/miss. also for future stabbing use a dead tree. unless a live tree threatened you i dont see why you should uselessly hurt it for a knife test.

  3. It wasn’t designed for stabbing performance, mate. It’s not a combat knife. It’s a mid to small sized survival knife. Little bit of everything but great at none

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