I said I would post an update about the Hudson Bay Knife upon knowing how it performs. I did not take my Hudson Bay Knife to task, but my brother put his through its paces.
When I brought him his Hudson Bay knife he immediately took it to chopping on a tree in my presence. It performed flawlessly. He later, I was not there for this, took to chopping more wood with that knife. He told me that it went through everything he used it on, and that the knife exhibited no flaws.
He used to work in a knife shop. He was the guy you would see to professionally sharpen your knives and tools. He knows a bit more about these things than I do, and as such I may vouch that his report on the knife’s capabilities are true.
With this in mind I will recommend the Condor Knife & Tool, Hudson Bay Knife.
As for the Bushlore by Condor Knife & Tool I am not able to report. I am hoping to get out to the country this week or next. I will take it along with me to put it through it’s paces. Hey, if I get lucky I will butcher a hog with it! That is if I get lucky and get a shot on one, but I know I will be able to do some wood chopping, feathering, etc on Texas cedar if we go. After which I will post, hopefully fotos, a review on the Bushlore and also my Hudson Bay.