KaBar Heavy Duty Warthog Review: Hands-on Experiences

Contents1 Built for the tough outdoors.1.1 We chop. You win. 1.2 The sharpest knives in the drawer.1.3 Put your best face forward. 1.4 From the mind of a 5-year old1.5 Get the hair you always wanted! 1.6 We’ll …

Built for the tough outdoors.

The KaBar Heavy Duty Warthog is a heavy duty blade that will get the job done in any survival situation. It’s lightweight, durable and can be used for just about anything from cutting food to protecting yourself. This knife has been designed with preppers in mind and is perfect for your bug out bag or camping excursion. So what are you waiting for? Get yours today!

1. What are your thoughts on KaBar’s Warthog Heavy Duty Knife?

2. Have you ever found yourself in a situation where this knife would have come in handy?

3. If stranded on a desert island, what would be the one item that you would want to have with you and know how to use it at least passingly?

4. What is the best way to take care of your knives if they’re not being used every day (e.g., oiling, sharpening)?

We chop. You win. 

The Kabar Heavy-Duty Warthog is specially designed for the toughest jobs. With a blade made from 1095 high carbon steel and an ergonomic, textured rubber grip that offers superior control in many different situations, this knife certainly lives up to its name! I have been eyeballing this model for quite some time and finally decided to get it after giving my current eared knife one last go around with all of those tough tasks I had lying about on my table – chopping vegetables like mad so they were evenly chopped not just hacked apart as usual; slicing through meat without tearing or ripping either side because you know us chefs are always looking our best when we’re cooking at home. And today was no exception since there’s someone

The blade of this knife is made from SK5 with a Rockwell hardness of 52-54. This model features a flat grind on the cutting edge and it also has an overall length that ranges between 12 inches long, weighing in at just over 1 pound total when all together. The sheath comes with leather/Cordura material for convenience while carrying around your pocketknife so you don’t have to worry about misplacing or losing it!

The sharpest knives in the drawer.

The Kabar Warthog is a large knife coming in at 10.5 inches long and 4mm thick, but it balances well on your finger with the handle side being just slightly heavier than the blade-side due to its construction of steel over polymer material as opposed to other knives that balance more evenly.

Put your best face forward. 

I picked up the handle and turned it over a few times, feeling how good in my hand. So good that I had to get outside and try it out. Razor Sharp! One of the first things I want to know about any cutting tool is just how sharp it is right from the box – nobody likes having to sharpen their brand new knife after all. To see if this one was as sharp as they say on TV (or at least when you buy something these days), I decided to do what’s known as “dry shaving” with an old-school method: against your forearm hairline for accuracy

; not recommended by me or anyone else but then again, who am i? In spite of its name though, there were no

From the mind of a 5-year old

I was surprised when I saw how sharp this knife is given its size. But then again, it also did nicely on the shaving test and cutting thin curls of wood for a fire.

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I am not much of a chopper. I can barely chop an onion without crying but the Warthog begged to be used in such laborious tasks so I obliged and it sliced through wood like butter! With one good swing, tiny pieces flew off as if they were nothing; given more time, this blade could take down a tree with ease.

I stood the branch up and with one hand began swinging the knife. The large handle felt great in my grip, letting just enough of it stick out for me to use as a guide when I swung. It was amazing how quickly that tree limb turned into little pieces! Now let’s see what this baby can do on something more substantial, like an apple…

We’ll Get the Job Done.

The Warthog is a strange knife indeed. It’s quite good with larger branches, making it perfect for cutting and clearing up large areas—especially after an earthquake where there are fallen trees everywhere. But this blade doesn’t have much reach that makes detail work difficult to do at times if you’re working close-up on something like carving or whittling wood; which means the only other time I’ll use my Warthog would be when chopping down leaves from plants and shrubs in my yard so they don’t clump together into annoying mats of green sludge!

With a large knife, it can be difficult to create the thin point of wood. But with this blade I was able to choke my grip up near the tip for better control over small areas and detail work!

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But because the Knife is so Large, I was Able To Choke My Grip Up Towards The Tip Of The Blade For Better Control Over Small Areas And Detail Work! Speaking Of Details: How Thin A Point Can You Make With This Thing?

This is the first sequel in chopping history.

The blade on the Warthog is made of very strong and durable steel. I prefer using it as a drawknife or scrapper because of its size and weight, but my favorite use for this knife in particular is as an all-purpose hunting tool that can be used to gut animals with ease!

For All Your Scraping Needs. 

The knife’s handle is designed to fit comfortably in the hand, whether using a forward or reverse grip. The top portion of the blade that aligns with your spine has an almost straight and flat surface while most of it is round. This provides you different options depending on which type of grip you are going for as well as giving some extra support when holding onto this mighty weapon! Towards the butt where my pinky finger usually goes there’s also a deep downward curve adding stability during operation – additionally at either side near its base, I can feel my fingers wrapping around each other like they’re hugging me tight; kind-of like how Batman hugs his kid Robin before he sends him off into battle (for real though). Moving towards the blade

The knife has a comfortable handle with places to rest your thumb. The lanyard hole is large enough for paracord, which I will most likely be adding soon because it seems like the perfect attachment point. It also opens from both sides and on top so you can attach this blade anywhere quickly!

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Ka-Bar Heavy-Duty Warthog

The Warthog has a durable sheath that is made out of leather and Cordura with soft material in between. The back side is all-leather, but the front half contains some nylon to make it lighter weight. There are two straps on the top edge for securing down one’s belt or strap around their waist so they don’t lose this sharp tool while performing tasks like chopping wood!

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Secondly, two stitches are already coming out around one of the rivets. The stitching is so shoddy that I’m not too thrilled about it. Thirdly, the loop on this sheath is made with flimsy plastic and feels like it could break any time now. Lastly, while most knife-sheaths have a snap at the top to keep your blade in place when you’re wearing them (so they don’t fall), these snaps seem poorly placed – especially because there’s hardware right next to where my blade would go into if i whipped it up for use!

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KaBar Heavy Duty Warthog: Pros and Cons.

Pros – The blade is made of AUS 8A stainless steel with a black oxide finish, meaning that it will not rust or corrode over time like other blades might do in wet environments. It also has the ability to maintain its sharpness for longer periods of use due to this type of metal being harder than some others such as M2 tool Steel which may need more frequent resharpening depending on your usage needs/patterns. This KaBar’s handle includes an integrated guard that prevents from slipping out while using; perfect for those who want safety and control at all times! In addition, the hammering surface (or pommel) can be used as both

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Anyone who is looking for a new knife that will be your constant companion in the kitchen should take a look at this one. The balance of it makes chopping feel like you are doing something as easy and natural as breathing, while its many other uses make for an all-around great buy!

I am a knife enthusiast and the Ka-Bar Heavy Duty Warthog has quickly become one of my favorites. The price is great for what you get, with this being an all-purpose blade that can chop wood or skin animals without any problem at all. With its sturdy design I know it will be able to handle anything coming your way in a worst case scenario as well!

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I was excited when receiving my new heavy duty warthog from KA-BAR because I knew it would have everything I need out on the trail–chopping firewood, preparing food over fireside meals while camping; even dressing game for dinner if necessary (all those cool knives are just gathering dust back home).

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You might want to get a custom sheath made for it. Given the low cost of this knife, though, that’s not such an issue–especially if you have any skills with knives and can make one yourself!