The Combat Ready USA CUMA Battle Cleaver was designed by Waysun “Johnny” Tsai. It features a 2.25″ wide, 9″ long, and .20″ thick blade ground from 5160 steel. The handle has two triangular lanyard holes and fire-drill divots in both sides of the G-10 handle slabs. The CUMA Battle Cleaver comes with a drop sheath, complete with leg straps to stabilize the knife when you are running through the woods looking for something to chop.
But really… Who cares about all those features and stuff. Just look at that thing. It is awesome and I don’t throw that word around. I am not even sure what I would do with it other than prune the bushes and probably hurt myself but, at less than $44, I can justify an impulse buy (though I guess if I can justify it, it isn’t an impulse buy).
Seriously though, this may not be a great choice for EDC but it looks like it has a lot of potential as a camp knife (if you are car camping since it weighs over 2 pounds). I bet it makes processing firewood a breeze.
Check out the Combat Ready CUMA Battle Cleaver at BladeHQ.
AND props to Tyson the field-tester in the video, nice one guys!
and props to Tyson, for the field-testing video
Easily looks like something I’d want to just stash under the back seat in my truck.