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UPDATE: Condor Atrox – Be Careful! Don’t Do What I Did To Mine – Batoning Warning!

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A quick update on the Atrox. Wish I didn’t do this to my nice new blade, but things happen. Just don’t make the same mistake I did!

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8 thoughts on “UPDATE: Condor Atrox – Be Careful! Don’t Do What I Did To Mine – Batoning Warning!

  1. Thanks for the heads up, and also for admitting it was your fault, and not the manufacturers, I see below some disagree, claiming if it were one solid slab, it wouldn’t have happened, but I disagree. If you smack your scales with a baton, even a solid slab can be knocked loose. It can break the adhesive bond, or jar the pins loose. It’s one reason why so many discourage batoning. I don’t always carry an ax myself..depends on how long and how far I am going out. If no ax, then I am more particular in what I collect for firewood, and I don’t baton anything more that 2-3″ in diameter regardless..I admit some materials are more durable than others, but If you baton, you need to be very careful, regardless of the handle material.
    I am loving the looks of that knife, and am seriously considering buying one. Thanks for the review, you are one of my favorite review channels.

    1. Tim Gannon I know from a fact that my Tops Missile Strike and my fathers Ontario RAT3 is not fazed by batoning at all. My father works construction and he sometimes batons the RAT3 with a steel hammer. The continous scales are fine. Design flaw/oversight.

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