Ontario Kukri Knife - Machete, 6420

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SKU:
06420
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UPC:
071721064206
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Ontario Knife Kukri Knife aka Kukri Machete, 6420

The Ontario Knife 6420 Kukri Knife (Kukri Machete) features a classic Kukri style ideal for a number of tasks. The Ontario Knife 6420 Kukri Knife (Kukri Machete) features a whopping 12.1" black powder coated blade with a full flat taper grind. The 1/4" thick Kukri blade boasts an HRC of 57-59. A 4.6" Kraton handle on the Ontario Knife 6420 Kukri Knife gives a firm grip allowing you to wield this Kukri machete with ease and security. The Ontario Knife 6420 Kukri Knife (Kukri Machete) has an overall length of 16.7" and comes with a black nylon sheath that carries on a belt loop.

Ontario 6420 Kukri Knife (Kukri Machete) Snapshot:

  • Kukri Knife-Kukri Machete Knife Blade Length: 12.1"
  • Kukri Knife-Kukri Machete Thickness: .250"
  • Kukri Knife-Kukri Machete Blade Grind: Full Flat Taper
  • Kukri Knife-Kukri Machete Blade Material: 1095 Carbon Steel
  • Kukri Knife-Kukri Machete Blade Finish: Black Powder Coat
  • Kukri Knife-Kukri Machete Blade HRC/Hardness: 57-59 HRC
  • Kukri Knife-Kukri Machete Handle Material: Kraton
  • Kukri Knife-Kukri Machete Handle Length: 4.6"
  • Kukri Knife-Kukri Machete Handle Color: Black
  • Kukri Knife-Kukri Machete Overall Length: 16.7"
  • Kukri Knife-Kukri Machete Carry System: Belt Loop, Black Nylon Sheath

The 6420 Kukri Machete is made in the U.S.A.

Editor's Review of Ontario 6420 Kukri Knife: You can't beat Ontario's preservation of the classic Kukri design on their 6420 Kukri Knife. I found the Kukri Machete to be very well-balanced in the hand, which can be hard to accomplish on this style of knife. The Kukri knife is super sharp and I would say extremely well suited for camping tasks in particular. A grommet near the butt of the Kukri allows you thread a cord so you can hang the knife where ever you need it.

Reviews

  • 3
    Ontario Kukri

    Posted by Matthew Growney on Sep 6th 2022

    For the price and considering it's a USA made product it seems like an excellent value. I have yet to put it through extended use but it seems well designed so far. It's got thick stock with a distal taper and a functional handle. It's comfortable in various different grips. The sheath is pretty bad and so it's more or less a temporary option that you need to be careful with. It will come off the blade while the strap is closed. It's nylon, thin foam, thin plastic and steel rivets. That's about it. The tip on mine has a slightly wonky grind but otherwise the knife is free of defects. And the edge comes sharp but with a very obtuse angle that will need to be thinned before it will be a useable tool. All in all I'd recommend it for those willing to deal with the sheath. The edge work is sort of expected.

  • 5
    Ontario Kukri Knife - Machete, 6420

    Posted by Stephen M Fortuna on Aug 3rd 2021

    Reasonably well-balanced (would prefer slightly more forward-weight / thicker blade end.....but........). Excellent grip/handle. I'll use it, for sure. Some folks complain about the sheath, but.....it's a functional sheath: Works for me; better than i could do. Decent. And it keeps down the price......which is DEFINITELY attractive!!!! A keeper/user!

  • 4
    Sheath

    Posted by David Findeisen on Jun 3rd 2020

    I just received my machete which seems great . I have yet to use it . just out of the box. my four stars instead of five is two faults number one it comes with a shoelace ...yes a child's black shoelaces? (I have no idea .is this supposed to be my paracord? My tie down? my handguard? Number 2 Sheath it is the thinnest ...cheapest possible that you can imagine . very weak. no real way to tie it down and be comfortable . my thoughts are “if this is how you feel about the product that you were trying to take care of ...then you obviously do not care about your knife which is inside it ...as it is very obvious you do not care about keeping it safe ...hello Ontario...”