Maxam® Hunting Knife Reviews

Maxam® Hunting Knife

  • This knife with simulated wood grain handle and finger holes measures 13-1/2 overall, and feature”
  • Bolsters and finger holes are made of die-cast zinc
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Gift boxed

This knife with simulated wood grain handle and finger holes measures 13-1/2″ overall, and features a 420 surgical stainless steel blade. Bolsters and finger holes are made of die-cast zinc. Limited lifetime warranty. Gift boxed.

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  1. Al Anon says:
    37 of 43 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great bargain in an overpriced world!, November 25, 2009
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    Al Anon (Chitown) –

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    You can use this steel any way you’d like, but this was designed as a weapon, plain and simple. (Not to say that ANY knife COULDN’T be a weapon…) And for the price, a very nice one! The integrated “brass”(die-cast zinc) knuckles are an awesome feature, providing you don’t punch out any stone-hard surface with it. Real brass will bend, whereas “die cast” (or commonly called “pot metal”) will crack or break… From reading the reviews/descriptions it’s easy to tell these are not mass produced by the thousands, as each sounds a little different from the others, including the one I received. My “simulated wood” grip panels are a solid color of brown plastic, not looking much like “wood”, and the die-cast zinc handle assembly is a bronze color and looks to be dipped in a clear protective coating. The piece is very well made and feels and looks very solid. I purchased mine for display, but it seems well made enough to stand up to whatever task it’s asked to perform. To conclude, this is a good buy and a nice piece of cutlery. Also, the sheath I received with my piece is made of nylon with a plastic insert, rather than the sheath that’s pictured in the ad. It’s well made and stout enough to carry the knife securely, it’s just not the one they show with it. This is of no consequence to me since I will be displaying it without the sheath, but it may be of consideration to others.

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  2. Zach Doldouras "Sam Wilson" says:
    12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    GREAT KNIFE, April 30, 2008

    This knife is absolutely amazing! If you are looking for a cool (and functional) knife this is it! may need a little bit of sharpening, but that is with almost all knives you buy online. mine didn’t need much sharpening but it was totally amazing! i expected the knife to weigh a lot, but it was actually quite light. i dont know if this is good or bad but it does look like it could hold up for quite a while! a must have for knife collectors, enthusiasts, etc.

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  3. Alex says:
    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    WRONG ITEM, CHEAPLY MADE, December 7, 2011
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    Alex

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    The packaging was not very good. The box for the knife was broken and torn and the knife was only covered with a very thin piece of plastic- which protected it ZERO. Not only that, but the knife was NOT ANYTHING like pictured. I ordered it in the false idea that it would come with a wood grain look- as to much of my surprise, I opened it and this was NOT the case. The knife I received had red flames and a skull on it and was VERY cheaply made. It was crappy hard plastic and a piece of it was even broken off! When I tried to begin my return process, I couldnt do that either because you have to call for that item- which of course, is inconvenient! I wish I would have NEVER purchased this!!!!

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