CDS-Survival MOVA-58 Stainless Steel Outdoor, Survival, Hunting Knife with Leather Multi-positioned Sheath, Sharpener Stone & Firesteel

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Amazon Price: $145.95 $145.95 You save: $69.00 (32%). (as of March 24, 2018 11:11 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

The CELTIBERO knives have been specially designed for hunters, campers, and wildlife enthusiasts. And are to be used in rough conditions and hard outdoor environment.

Main features:

✔ Available in Micarta or Exotic Cocobolo Wood handle

✔ Blade Length: 145 mm / 5,70 inches

✔ Overall Length: 275 mm / 10,82 inches

✔ Blade Thickness: 4-3/4"

✔ Stainless Steel Molybdenum-Vanadium 58 (MOVA-58) / HRC 56-58 / DIN:1.4116 / AISI:Mova / Chemical Analysis -> %C: 0.59, %Si: 0.36, %Mn: 0.5, %P: 0.02, %S: 0.015, %Cr: 16.04, %Va: 0.17, %Mo: 0.515

✔ Blade cut by laser

✔ Genuine leather multi-positon sheath, with snap fastener. The integrated belt loop allows for safe and secure carry on your belt for easy access

✔ Sharpener stone and firesteel included

✔ Handmade in Spain

We specialize in heavy-duty knives: Bushcraft knife, Survival knife, Hunting knife, Tactical knife, Army knife. We also offer custom made knives for quantity orders (Minimum quantity: 25 units).

✔ 100% RISK-FREE PURCHASE >>> We've tested this knife hundreds of times in different conditions, and we are absolutely sure of its quality! This why we can offer you a 100% money back guarantee if our knife doesn't live up to your expectations!

Our products come with a lifelong guarantee, so should any of our knives be faulty or flawed due to material or manufacturing defects, we will replace it for a new one. Damage cause by the misuse, undue care or obvious wear through use will not be covered by this guarantee.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
  • ASIN: B00F9402PK
  • Item model number: CELTIBERO BLACK

Customer Reviews

I would definitely buy this again.

89 people found this helpful.
 on August 10, 2015
By Randy Segura
This is an extremely nice unit. Brought mine out on the trail this weekend, and it passed every test (chopping, batoning, splitting, feather sticks, fatwood shavings, fish cleaning, etc) that I put it through while the blade kept a sharp edge. Firesteel worked great using both the included striker, and knife spine. A bonus to the sheathe is the nice clean edge that I actually used to hone the blade edge to razor sharp.

Very Impressive piece of cutlery.

12 people found this helpful.
 on August 9, 2016
By Amazon Customer
Pros: Extremely well-crafted, heavy-duty piece of equipment with a borderline ‘exotic’ feel — which is what I wanted, to wear as a scoutmaster of 30 boys in a troop. Full tang knife blade nearly a quarter inch thick — very heavy. Smooth, well-fitted wooden handles with a firearm feel. Shaving edge on stainless steel. The leather sheath is a piece of saddlery artwork. Expertly well crafted and sewn, all-pieces fit perfectly and with precision-2 options for belt hang-on. Cons: The snap closure seems awkward to open when on hip, and the blade has cut through and shaved off a small chip from the strap (which was sad considering its perfection)– it is a two-hand opening procedure.. (unsnap and hold strap open with one hand, remove knife with the other, to prevent cutting the strap). Otherwise very impressed, 5 x 5.

One of the best field knives I’ve seen!

63 people found this helpful.
 on August 6, 2015
By Chris Geskey
I can’t say enough about this knife! It’s got some good weight to it, since it’s made from stainless 1/8″ high-carbon steel. No issues cutting through 1/2″ diameter branches or batoning 2-1/2″ diameter logs. Full tang with really nice Kydex grips attached with Allen-head screws. Nice 90 degree blade spine which is perfect for throwing a good shower of sparks from the 2.5 inch long included ferro rod. 3″ sharpening stone is included with a quality leather sheath with snap closure to ensure you don’t lose your knife! I bought some beeswax to waterproof my leather sheath before it gets soaked in the field, and oiled the blade pocket a bit to help with lubrication and rust-prevention a little more. I’ve bought many field knives before, and as far as camping/hunting/scouting/survival is concerned, this knife is hard to beat. I’m even ordering another one after taking it on a few over-nighters. This is quality knife you won’t be disappointed with! My next improvement is to put a groove near each end of the sharpening stone to assist in lashing it to a tree or log for stability during sharpening.

Great blade!

2 people found this helpful.
 on August 30, 2017
By LookingButLost
So far very happy with this knife. I am the first to admit I don’t have a lot of experience with survival skills or these types of knives. I do however have a love for knives that goes back to my early childhood. I would get all the knife and tactical catalogs and spend hours paging through them. I definitely have a feel for “good” knives and this one has that feel. I took it on a car camping trip the day after getting it and really put it through its paces. Batoning wood, feather sticks, wood shavings, cutting steaks and various veggies. I will say the first thing I did was take out the stone and replace it with a standard magnesium/flint keychain and striker. I used that in conjunction with the fire steel that came with the knife along the blade sharp 90 degree spine to light half a dozen camp fires no problem. The blade held up well while batoning at a more aggressive level than really needed. I was trying to break the knife and it really stood up to it. Just a couple small burrs on the blade that I easily honed out with a stone from the beach and some water.

A Good Knife for the Money!

4 people found this helpful.
 on November 7, 2016
By CMaxDavis
This Spanish made knife has become one of my favorite knives…..and I have a large collection of fixed blades and folders. I like the heft of this knife. It feels good in the hand. It is a perfect hunting knife. It is not bad as a bushcraft knife either. As a bonus it has a ferro rod and a whet stone. I gave it a four star rating because I am not in love with the sheath. It’s not that bad but it’s just not as nice as the knife. Full tang, sharp, good weight, good price, good size. I like this knife.

Best knife I have ever used or seen

One person found this helpful.
 on January 1, 2018
By Christopher
I did a lot of research on fixed blade knives and decided to go with this one. I did want to go with an American knife but something about this knife really impressed me. When I received it I examined the workmanship closely. I have not yet taken it outdoors nor tried to chop wood with it, like the videos but I sculpt and carve stone and wood so I have my own techniques to judge a blade and a knife as a whole. This knife passed with flying colors. The feel of the handle grip and the shape and sharpness of the blade are just impressive. I also consider it a beautiful piece and have hung it on my wall…. In a way that makes it easy to take off and use when I want.

Love This Knife – Feels Great!

2 people found this helpful.
 on June 13, 2017
By JPJ Photography & Media
This is the first “custom-style” knife I’ve owned and so far, I’ve not been disappointed. I use it mostly for camping and backpacking. I like the style and feel, the sheath is very well made and of good quality. If oyu buy this knife and think you see rust on the screws on the handle just shoot a little air in there and you’ll clean it right out. It seems to be the polishing compound that they use on the cocobolo handle.
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