While it would be a lot of fun for Kershaw's marketing department to sell the Camp 10 as the ultimate zombie-whacking tool, the truth is, it actually has a lot of other uses that you just might find to be of a more immediate nature than zombie defense. Not that they’re ignoring to the coming Zombiepocalypse, mind you. They just think that the Camp 10 makes a pretty awesome camp knife and that it does a great job of whacking campsite or other outdoor chores down to size in very short order.
From clearing brush to making kindling, the Camp 10 is the ideal outdoor and survival tool. Cut, slash, hack, split, scrape—just about any task you ask of it, the Camp 10 can handle. The full-tang Camp 10 is made of carbon tool steel for toughness and wear resistance. A basic black powdercoat protects the steel and makes maintenance easier.
You’ll like the secure, contoured grip of the Camp 10, too. The handle has a built-in hand guard and is drilled in both front and rear so you can attach a lanyard either place—or both—for carrying versatility. Of course, if a zombie does get up close and personal with you, then yeah, you’ll be pretty glad to have a Camp 10 in hand, too.
Fixed Blade The knife does not fold closed; usually stored in a sheath or blade protector.
Includes glass-filled nylon sheath with belt loop
Dual lanyard holes
Steel: 65Mn, powdercoat
Handle: Full tang, rubber overmold
Blade Length: 10 in. (25.4 cm)
Overall Length: 16 in. (40.6 cm)
Weight: 1 lb. 2.3 oz. (521 g)
Weight with Sheath: 1 lb. 8 oz (681 g)
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