ESEE Junglas

The 16.5″ Junglas (pronounced “Hoonglas”) is a full tang blade, constructed out of 1095 high carbon steel. The 10.375″ blade has a black textured powder coated finish and a flat grind edge. The handle is constructed out of comfortable canvas Micarta scales with a lanyard hole. Comes with a durable nylon sheath.

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  1. King of the Jungle It doesn’t matter if you’re in a jungle, in a forest, or just in your own back yard – the Junglas is master of all.I own and have owned many large knives, and this one only has one that comes close to rivaling it in my group of keepers – the BK9 (Becker). A little more distant second rival would be the Ontario SP50.The Junglas has good fit and finish, the best I’ve seen on many knives, let alone large ones. Length is impressive – it’s a 10+ inch blade. The handles are…

  2. Best long knife on the market The ESEE Junglas is billed as a machete but it is thicker, heavier, and shorter than your average Central American/Southeast Asian brush knife. It is also stubbornly tough, with pretty basic steel (1095) heat-treated very well and coated to prevent corrosion. On the surface these attributes would make this a typically overbuilt macho knife that would serve no purpose other than showing off to impressionable friends, but exactly the opposite is true.I found that where I live (by the…

  3. All It’s Cracked Up to Be This knife was advertised honestly. The tang is very strong and came with a great edge. Since my infantry days I’ve had no other knife but my Ka-Bar which has served me well, but I wanted something a bit bigger/heavier and a bit more modern, but with the same brutal simplicity. I think the Junglas delivers. The scabbard is very high quality–normally you would have to search for one this good and buy separately. With this included, and considering the quality of manufacture, this knife is well…

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