Appliances

Appliances

Cookware

Cookware

Bed & Bath

Bed & Bath

Load image into Gallery viewer, Cold Steel Bushman Knife With Sheath 95BUSKZ
Load image into Gallery viewer, Cold Steel Bushman Knife With Sheath 95BUSKZ
Load image into Gallery viewer, Cold Steel Bushman Knife With Sheath 95BUSKZ
Load image into Gallery viewer, Cold Steel Bushman Knife With Sheath 95BUSKZ
Load image into Gallery viewer, Cold Steel Bushman Knife With Sheath 95BUSKZ
Load image into Gallery viewer, Cold Steel Bushman Knife With Sheath 95BUSKZ
Load image into Gallery viewer, Cold Steel Bushman Knife With Sheath 95BUSKZ
Load image into Gallery viewer, Cold Steel Bushman Knife With Sheath 95BUSKZ
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Cold Steel Bushman Knife With Sheath 95BUSKZ
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Cold Steel Bushman Knife With Sheath 95BUSKZ
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Cold Steel Bushman Knife With Sheath 95BUSKZ
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Cold Steel Bushman Knife With Sheath 95BUSKZ
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Cold Steel Bushman Knife With Sheath 95BUSKZ
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Cold Steel Bushman Knife With Sheath 95BUSKZ
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Cold Steel Bushman Knife With Sheath 95BUSKZ
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Cold Steel Bushman Knife With Sheath 95BUSKZ
Vendor
Cold Steel

Cold Steel Bushman Knife With Sheath 95BUSKZ

4.5
Regular price
AU$ 83.00
Sale price
AU$ 83.00
Regular price
AU$ 136.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (AU$ 53.00)
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.

  • Tracked Shipping on All Orders
  • 14 Days Returns

Description

  • Available in two blade styles (Standard and Bowie point) both feature curved blades that are ideal for skinning and a multitude of bushcraft chores.
  • Both come complete with a Secure-Ex sheath which houses a high-quality Ferrocerium Fire Steel.
  • Unlike the majority of hollow handled knives, there is no joint or seam between the blades and handles, instead the Bushmans blade and handles are cold forged out of a single piece of SK-5 high carbon steel.
  • The resulting knives are expertly heat-treated and tempered to RC54 and, when subjected to our tests, have withstood over two tons of pressure on their blade/handle transition.
  • Every Bushman has been carefully ground to an extra thin edge, and then honed and buffed by hand until razor sharp.
  • Blade Length: 7"
  • Steel: SK-5 High Carbon
  • NEW Secure-Ex Sheath With Ferrocerium Fire Steel
  • Ferrocerium Fire Steel

Shipping and Returns

  • We offer tracked shipping on all orders. Tracking information will be shared as soon as the order is dispatched.
  • Please check the delivery estimate before adding a product to the cart. This is displayed for every product on the website.
  • Available shipping methods and charges will be displayed at the time of checkout, depending on your exact location.
  • All customers are entitled to a return window of 14 days, starting from the date of delivery of the product(s).
  • Customers are advised to read our return policy for details of the return process, eligibility, refunds as well as cancellations or exchanges.
  • In case of any issues or concerns about Shipping or Returns, please contact us and we will be happy to help.

Customer Reviews

A true cold steel knife.The knife is made on china. It is well made and appears sturdy. I have not out the knife through its paces, but I'm confident it will be sturdy enough for hiking in the woods and light use chopping plants and limited use to dig and cut roots. The hollow grip allows me to carry multiple small items for emergency. I cork closed the bottom part of the grip which can be used as a bobber. I carry ethanol swabs and other minor items to use if I cut myself. A bigger cork is used as a lid which can be secured using the hole for the lanyard. Note there is no hand guard on the knife. It is a heavy knife to be sure.The seath is plastic and it is sturdy enough for the knife. I like the death for carrying it. The thing I dont care for is the rod holder which I believe is gimmicky and unsecured.The knife can be converted to be a poled tool almost instantly when needed. I do this when I want to cut fruit from high tree limbs. It can be done with bamboo cane if available. I have an expandable cane that works great for this use.5Dave vs. Cold Steel. I was looking for a spear point, and was looking at Dave Canterburys Spear Point, but he seems to have taken it off his sight. Maybe he will bring it back one day, but who knows. Then I was on YouTube and came across several videos on this knife and for the price it put Daves Spear Point to shame. Not only is it a good spear point, that's adaptable to any handle with a lot less trouble then Daves, or the JW Spear point, that he also offers on his sight.(Self Reliance Outfitters) Plus as Dave always says that each peace of gear should have at least 3 things that it is capable of doing. Well this knife has that, and more. Just watch [...] ( Prepared Mind 101, Cold Steel Bushman: Best Survival Knife under $30!! ) He has a few vids on this knife. All I can say if you are looking for a great all around knife you wont be disappointed. 5So I bought one thirty years after I first saw oneI saw my first example of the Bushman thirty years ago, back when it was advertised as "Carbon-V" steel. A friend had bought one for the double purpose of SHTF duty and because he liked sharp knives (by that time, I had sung the praises of my large Twistmaster) and unusual knives. At the time, I thought it was kind of silly, but under present circumstances, something that's big and scary and has a bit of a reach could prove itself useful. Thirty years ago, it didn't come with a sheath (however anti-functional this one is - maybe fixable with a large rare earth magnet inset into a strategic location?) or a fire-starting rod - the fact that it does these days for the low-low price of a double-sawbuck is a bonus.5A Great Survival Tool, But Requires Some ModificationsI wish I could give this a 4.5 star rating, but I can't give it a full 5 stars based on the sheath alone. Now, the blade/spearhead is exactly as described in the product description. It's durable and razor sharp right out of the box. And it's made from a single piece of steel, so it makes a sturdy spear tip, as well as a capable survival knife that is perfect for batoning wood.My only issue is the "Secure Sheath." Maybe mine is defective, but it is NOT terribly secure. The blade can slip right out with just a small amount of force bumping it, and it can be pulled out with practically zero effort (which is fine for fast draw, but dangerous for anyone handling it who's unaware of where the blade edge starts). I had to secure the blade in the sheath with additional bands, which I feel I shouldn't have to do.Also, for this blade to spark the ferro rod, you'll need to remove the black coating along its spine. Seasoned outdoors people already know this, but novices may be confused at first.Definitely a bargain buy, all-in-all! I would highly recommend it to any survivalist, hunter, or even a hiker who can manage the extra weight.4Amazing knife for the money!Pros:- Incredibly sharp out of the box.- Very durable.- The black coating (aids in rust resistance) is pretty durable.- Hollow-handle design that's full-tang.Cons:- The included fire-steel needed to be epoxied to its plastic handle.- No jimping/texturing/guard to prevent your hand from slipping up onto the blade; just means you have to be extra careful.- It would be nice to have some sort of plug-kit available so that the handle can more easily be used for storage.- Anecdotally, the older Bushman models seemed to be a little thicker, though I have no evidence of this.All-in-all, for roughly $30, it's a phenomenal outdoor knife...it would be phenomenal for double the price.5Absolutely worth the price as a second knife.After all the reviews I pretty much knew what I was getting. After eyeballing this knife for about a year I finally pulled the trigger, and I'm glad I did.Pros:Solid constructionCame RAZOR sharp. I literally shaved a patch on my leg with it right out of the box.Good balanceSheath is nearly perfect, came with a bonus ferro rodPrice to value ratio is through the roofCons:Handle has no grip. Fixed with hockey tape.Handle slopes toward the blade. Necessary for use as a spearhead.No guard to keep hand slipping up onto blade. Again, hockey tape.The cons are so minor I almost didn't mention them, but I thought they should be made available for those who haven't researched this knife as thoroughly as I did. One other thing worth mentioning is that they pretty much sealed the seam in the handle so there's no bump or rough spot anywhere on it. I didn't expect that to be the case and I was very pleasantly surprised. This is a fantastic knife for the price. Everyone should have one or two for emergency kits/camping gear. I wouldn't use this as my primary/only survival or bushcraft knife, but as a compliment to a more all-round knife this is perfect and nearly indestructible. Just keep it oiled.5Are You Kidding Me? No. This would not be my 1st, 2nd, 3rd, or even 10th choice of knife for any of my needs. Just look at it. Ridiculous. Knives used to coast a lot of money. Well, some still do. But for the rest of us, we can now buy very inexpensive knives from China.If I were to find a perfect broom handle to insert into the hollow handle, there just would not be a screw or nail available out in the woods. The grip is not comfortable, and your hand is sure to slip. The blade is odd shaped and awkward. The sheath has a not so reliable retention system, making for a difficult draw, and is dangerous because the knife blade can cut you where the slits in the opening are. So dangerous, that there is a warning.Cold Steel's warranty does not cover normal wear and use. So if you use the knife, the warranty is void.Unlike other Cold Steels knives I've used, this knife was not razor sharp out of the box. How Cold Steel sharpens their knives at the factory; I don't know. This knife's steel does not sharpen very well, nor does it retain the edge with use.I have other options for camp, fishing, hunting, cooking, utility work, and fighting.Then why do I like this knife? Why is it a 5 Star knife?This knife does enough for for a Jackson. 20 bucks says that you can beat this knife batoning wood, when you don't want to thrash your good knife. For twenty dollars, I use it on loading docks to pry open shipping crates, break pallets, cut tape...... For $20, you can dig dirt without worrying about damaging your good blade hitting rocks & pebbles. You can stab tires for 4 Lincolns.If you have nothing else, this knife is better than nothing. I leave this knife at the cabin. If the cabin gets burglarized, and a thief takes it, then it's no big loss. But if anyone going up to the cabin forgets to pack a knife, then it's there. It will get the job done. It will process wood. It will cut food for dinner. It will process game and fish. And it will do such a bad job of it, that you will not forget to bring your knife the next time.Just look at it. It will not do anything well. And for everything that you want to do, another knife would do a better job. Yet, it's one of the better poor quality, low price knives. It will cut better than anything sold at Wally World, a gas station, or a corner liquor store. One piece construction is just as strong as any full tang knife, and superior to a small folding knife with a liner lock. Coating and a thin layer of oil from the factory has kept it corrosion free. I'll be using WD-40 on this blsade, every time I take it out.Note that MoraKniv carbon steel is prone to corrosion. I have personally seen how MoraKniv carbon steel can rust, just from left out on the patio. Fog rolling in from The Bay every morning was enough to rust the knife. Luckily, with a MoraKniv, it didn't take much to restore the edge with the same Scandi-Grind angle. 5The actual survival knife!The cold steel bushman is definitely an instant hit with its versatility, simplistic design and ability to take a lot of beating. I haven't field tested it yet on a camping / hiking trip so this review is based on some basic outdoor tests that i've done so far. I used the knife to make a spear shaft for the same and it took me less than 15 minutes to get the whole thing set up!Pros:1. Simple design, roach belly shape of the blade along with the double bevel grind is good for sharpening on simple lanskys for outdoor usage2. Versatility: use as a knife, survival knife (carrying stuff in the hollow handle with some mods) or as a spear.3. Quality of steel: excellent tempering, the knife retains its elasticity after insane abuse (bending more than 45-50 degrees)4. Value for money: nothing beats it at its price range5. Utilities: Comes with a nice ferro rodCons or minor gripes1. Handle: The handle has no gripping material and is very easy to slide your fingers on to the edge. Advisable to get a hockey stick grip/ badminton racket grip tape as soon as you buy this knife and secure the handle2. Coating: while carbon steels need the anti-oxidant coatings, the ferro rod is rendered useless if we try to use on this blade. I would suggest to probably remove part of the coating on the spine or carry a smaller knife like the Cold Steel Minitac Skinner (which produces excellent sparks with the ferro rod provided with Bushman). Or if you are really into the knife, follow Chris Tanner's detailed procedure to remove the coating and customise the knife. I live in the tropics so i choose to keep the coating and use an alternative knife for my fire needs)3. Sheath is ok, but not the best i've seen from Cold Steel. understandable at its price range. Also, one must extremely careful while unsheathing this knife and follow the instructions on the sheath!Overall, for the money I won't hesitate to give it a 5* rating. Things that could be improved are probably adding a notch for striking the ferro rod and probably a more durable sheath, but those are minor gripes as i said, for a 20 odd dollar knife!Update: 2 years and multiple jungle trips later, I still think this is my second most trustworthy knife (after the bk-7) for outdoors and camping. The black powder coating has held up well and the knife itself is still working fine. Works absolutely great as a spear.5SuperbOutstanding knife. Arrived reasonably sharp with no defects upon inspection. I took it outside and fixed a garden hoe handle into it for spear testing. A few tosses into a plywood board using very little strength from 10 feet provided about an inch and a half of penetration with no damage to the tip. I noticed no damage to the coating either. I sliced through the cardboard packaging box repeatedly with ease, and am satisfied with the edge retention thus far. I have no intentions of putting this through gross abuse to test it's limits, as I have other tools for such uses. For basic campcraft, light woodcraft, hunting, and meat processing purposes, this is exactly what I want. The secure ex sheath is nice, as is the included ferro-rod. If the sheath ever breaks, I'll just replace it. If you are looking for a versatile knife for a very reasonable price that will hold it's own against knives costing 2-3X as much, then I would highly suggest that you purchase this.5Impressive and inexpensive--a great combination! Upon scanning a few of other's reviews, I don't have anything to add that might be considered to be new info, but I could use the space to emphasize a couple of things. The handle section has a matte finish but is still rather slippery--I wouldn't put this thing into actual use without first wrapping the handle with something to prevent a slip of the hand. Also, the sheath holds the knife very securely and pulling it out with one big yank creates a hazardous situation. Instead, slide the fingers of the right hand down between the handle and the belt clip, curling them around the handle. This forces the plastic down and away from the handle, releasing some of the friction fit. Then use the thumb to push on the rounded top of the sheath and pull. The knife pops out nicely and a one-handed operation is achieved. And, yes, it is made in China, but I must say that the quality is as good as one could wish for. It came so sharp I didn't even have to improve the edge. It is a very impressive blade. UPDATE 5/13/15: I found a pot-metal cabinet door/drawer pull (knob) with a circumference just a little bigger than the hole in the end of the handle to use as a plug or cover for that hole. Holding it in place, I proceeded to pump hot glue thru the handle's top hole. The glue flowed to the bottom, with the result of the drawer knob becoming glued into place. It looks super nice, like it was done at the factory. I never wanted to use this thing as a spear anyhow. Now I will wrap the handle and will have an extra nice Bushman to play with. 5Great Project KnifeGreat project knife. When I bought this I didn't think I'd be doing any mods, but within a day I was at it. I re-profiled the somewhat uneven factory grind, removed the coating on the spine so the fire steel would work, added jimping at the top and bottom of the ricasso, made a plug for the end, glued the fire steel back into its handle with Gorilla Glue, and built a spear/walking staff out of a 1 1/8" diameter by 6' long hardwood broomstick (just 7$ from McMaster carr). Overall I'm really happy with the knife/sheath setup. It was worth the $28.00 I paid for it. Its been a lot of fun modifying it and building the spear/staff. BTW the steel is soft enough so you can use a sharp file to add the jimping and re-profile the edge if you need to.4Unbeatable for the price Exactly what I was looking for. After a fishing trip in remote Canada I decided having the ability to make a spear (whether for fish or mammals) was something worth looking into. This knife fit the bill perfectly to add to my pack. Fully functional and sharp full tang knife with a tapered, hollow handle with a hole near the bottom that a large nail would easily affix the knife to a shaft. Very glad Cold Steel offers this (along with a slightly different style blade) for such a reasonable price. 5and the weather is not always what I would like it to beI own two of these knives. I live in Alaska and the environment is hard, and the weather is not always what I would like it to be. I beat these Bushman very hard. They maintain a great edge, I have used one of them to dress out a moose with no issues. Forget the spear business, I believe the spear would be ok for defense with humans, but in Alaska, I have no intensions of fighting off a grizzly with a spear. However as a woods work tool, this is a great knife. Just a hint here, braid some Jute cord and stuff it into handle, fill both ends of handle with melted Bees wax. If an emergency fire is need, remove wax plug, shred jute cord into tinder and light. The wax will keep it burning a long while. definitely long enough to get a campfire going.5VersatileGot this under $20 on amazon wrapped glow in the dark guyline if lost would be easier to locate extended handle with deer antler and is very sharp I am satisfied with this purchase would highly recommend5
Cold Steel Bushman Knife With Sheath 95BUSKZ

Cold Steel Bushman Knife With Sheath 95BUSKZ

4.5
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
AU$ 83.00
Sale price
AU$ 83.00
Regular price
AU$ 136.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (AU$ 53.00)