scarz1951: I just gave my Condor Bushlore hell for two days of use and abuse and it
came through unscathed. I have one of the old ones with the 1/4" thick
blade and one of the new ones with the thinner blade. Both are great.
Daniel Isabelle: Because of this video a bought one from barryonyx and the service was
awsome came in really fast and their was no defects good right out of the
Jay Dee: I also got my Bushlore from Baryonyx and paid the little bit extra for the
extra touch he offers. Highly recommend getting it from this company. I
Nigel Peppercock: Is your knife the 3" blade or the 4 5/16" blade? I haven't been able to
decide between the two but the one you have looks very comfortable in your
hand. Thank you
Martin Longstreet: One could always make a kydex sheath for this its pretty easy if one didn't
like the sheath
Wayne R: Really good info thanks for your time on this review
Isadore Stumrumple: The blasted finish cuts out glare and more important, it helps hold
marc ross: I am definetly buying one
shannonandsheila1: I do the same thing with lanyards. I never use them but always put them on,
using a lanyard while chopping feels dangerous to me.
Walkin'thewoods: I ordered mine from amazon and am very excited about using it. I'll be
making a video of putting it to test. It is a beauty and the sheath looks
awesome! Great vid. and glad to be one of your new subscribers!
groov14: I really like my bushlore,so far,thanks for an honest review.Subbed
roger knifeandoutdoor: Its a realy god knife.
cyclist01222: You're excitement over this knife is fun. Condors are great because of
their high value... not the best but well worth the money. My Hudson Bay
broke in half and Condor sent me the new upgraded version which I like
better than the first. No complaints with Condor.
masterofce: El Salvador
iwantosavemoney: i finally got mine ordered i can't wait to get it. i think my next
investment will be a tomahawk from 2 hawks. im thinking of getting the
voyager what do you think of that hawk?
vipper102: thanks , i bought a bushlore from baryonyx and love it
Rob Davis: Scandivex? LOL. When I got my first Mora I sharpened it like any other
knife to see if it would still work, and noted that the convex edge that
was produced was still razor sharp. If your knife is going to be performing
a little tougher tasks, it can't hurt, you can always bring back the true
Scandi grind. I also like that you can sharpen a quality Scandi (made with
good steel) very easily in the field with a 1x3" Arkansas pocket stone, but
I really should get a proper strop to put in my bag.
Grey man: I've got two and the golok and cant say anything bad about them.Great
knives and great price without compromise
Pete Privitere: What does anything you just typed have to do with this video?
Jake Thomas: the bead blasted finish opens up the pores of the steel, which allow it to
rust more easily. but if you take proper care of your knife you shouldn't
have to worry about it [:
carpkai: I have one of these knives to be delivered this Saturday. I've never even
seen one in person, but from all the review I've read and watched, It seems
like there's a really good knife there. It just needs some sanding,
shaping, and honing. I may drop the point slightly. I think it would look
and function better if the blade weren't so wide.
highheadjester: Cool Review man.
edjrmorgan: Good info, thanks Wa. State
Ruairi Allen: good review
Howling Dingo: Good review..I like to give one a spin!!
Rob Watson: Great review, I'm defiantly going to get one based on this. Keep up the
good work. I like your comments about lanyards, I'm the same, if there's a
hole, I put a lanyard on. Never use them. Thanks you the video.
Rob Davis: BTW I like Baronyx, I have checked out their site quite a bit, thanks for
the review on the supplier as well.
ArtofSurviving: Would you happen to know where this knife is made?
FortyTwoBlades: You got the pronunciation correct. :) Great review, man! Glad you're loving
the Bushlore--it's a real workhorse!
iwantosavemoney: 29.95 really i like that very much 1075 high carbon steal has a sheath like
most of the high dollar bushcraft knifes have thanks for the review i don't
remember you saying how thick the knife was but all in all im going to do
so more reseach on this knife and the proable buy one with the lanyard hole
on mine i put a dummie cord on it so i don't lose them(tie the knife to the
sheath) thanks for the review 5/5stars
maggiealena: I have seen a lot of reviews on this knife and all have been quiet good. I
think you have given an excellent review on the produce and the maker
should be very pleased with your review. Well done.. You made my decision
for me. I plan to get this knife. I do a lot of camp chores and it seems
this knife will be better then what I have been using and it's carbon
steel, so that will be good to start fires with. Thank you.
Spiderthing823: Thanks for being honest bout camera probs
carpkai: I liked your review. I just got this knife. I really like the knives by
Adventuresworn, but I can't afford that kind of pricetag for a knife I'm
gonna beat the hell out of. So, I took my Bushlore out to my bench grinder,
and after about 15 minutes of grinding and cooling, I created a poor mans
Woodlore. I ground down the back of the blade so it doesn't look like a
putty-knife, and thinned down the handle into the classic coke bottle
profile.I can't believe how well it turned out. I love it.
john randall: my bad. i watched the video all the way this time, and you clearly said
that it throws sparks. good stuff man.
paulie 4x: 1095 =.9-1% carbon, 1085 = .8% carbon, 1075 = .7% carbon, the more carbon
the better the edge retention, but the harder the steel the more brittle.
even though 5160 has around .6% carbon the other alloys make it a real
tough steel, my point would be a good bushcraft knife that holds a longer
edge retention would be least 1% carbon or equal to. No offence you should
compare the Codor knife to my O1 or my 52100 steel bushcraft knives, on
larger knives 5160 is very good, I don't like the new 1095.
Wildernesskev: Great Review Ed! Thanks. Shared this video on my facebook page.
Corey LaBoss: Very helpful. Thank you
Insubordinator1: Nice review, nice knife. In Germany in most cases not on stock with wooden
handles. With micarta handles price range in Germany from about $72 up to
$100 plus shipping. (sad smile) So I stay with my TOPS Interceptor with
some personalised selfmade German oak handles. For heavy abuse I like the
KA-bar Large heavy bowie. It's a real beast.
thetotaloutdoorsman: i have that same lanyard problem
connor king: just got that knife i love it i just cant wait use it
VulgarHands: Dude, great review! Especially for the amazing recommendation of seller. I
only wish I would have seen your review sooner as I have already ordered
mine from another vendor. I was checking out their page and they seriously
have the best prices, plus a special grade option to have the seller
refine, regrind or polish the edge of the blade or tool you're purchasing.
I'm certain ill utilize that vendor in the future. Thanks again for the
review and buyer tip. Take care.
blueridgebushcraft: Thanks for the great service! I'll be ordering more in the future. Ed
Rob Davis: My personal favorite woods combo is a small hatchet (or machete), and a
Scandi grind knife, but for serious shelter/fire I really like to have a
GOOD folding saw handy as well, there's a lot of very hard wood here...
(yeah, that's what she said too).
asacami: El Salvador
Outdoor Pat: Great review, just ordered one in the US.. Looks very like the Ray Mears
Bushcraft knife, but way cheaper :)..
nettos75: I bought a Mora Robust from Baryonyx knife company, and had the exact same
experience that you did. EXCELLENT service, fast shipping and just a all
around cool guy. Good video by the way.
asacami: NICE JOB !
Ridge Runner: I like your reviews! Good Stuff!
Raphael Frommer: Very sensible to carry the Bushlore + an axe, since the BK2 on its own is a
compromise across the spectrum of tasks the pair together can address.
Added benefit of the Bushlore: Anyone wishing to hone their sharpening,
reprofiling, handle-shaping skills can experiment with the Blore, make
mistakes, and not feel bad about ruining an expensive knife. In that worst
case, the superb sheath can serve some other knife that happens to fit and
needs a home.
docwilkey: Thanks for some real info on using this knife in the real world. I will be
ordering one soon.