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Ontario Sp53 vs Junglas vs

Discussion in 'Ontario Knife Company' started by beachmaster, Oct 9, 2019.

  1. beachmaster

    beachmaster

    495
    Oct 3, 2014
    Hey guys, my Sp53 vs the world video is finally up. I compared it head to head to the Esee Junglas, the Mineral Mountain Hatchet Works Bullnoser, and the DoubleStar Blades Fury Crachete.

    For being the lightest knife of the group, AND the cheapest knife of the group by a large margin, the Sp53 did GREAT!



    Off the top of my head i believe it averaged 13 chops through a 2x4 as opposed to 11 for the Fury, 16 for the Junglas, and 9 for the Bullnoser.

    The Junglas was most comfortable without gloves, and the most consistent, the Fury is just a MONSTER, the Bullnoser is , and the Sp53 is just a light weight chopping machine with ideal weight distribution for getting work done.
     
  2. Roguer

    Roguer

    893
    Jan 5, 2015
    The SP-53 is a great affordable performing chopper. It would be great if they had it in full tang with a micarta hilt like the RTACII or a larger RAT7? Too bad OKC is sunsetting the SP-53, its a king of the OKC choppers and still high among others and way more affordable.
    The 3 Woodsmans I got...kept two gave one to a little brother who uses the 420 HC blade for kitchen and out door stuff have a full tang, I had to athletic tape the handles though, it seems to make the knife more solid feeling, as its the SP-50 profiled blade, it just makes me wish they made more full tang 5160 knives.
     
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