Artisan Cutlery Corsair S35VN Cleaver Knife
Artisan Cutlery Corsair S35VN Cleaver Knife
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Cleaver-style knives are taking the EDC world by storm. The Corsair from Artisan Cutlery is on the more aggressive end of the spectrum ... Read More

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Punisher10
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Jun 15, 2019
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Love the shape of the blade. The handle looks very long compared to the blade, mostly due to the finger area at the base of the blade shortening the cutting surface. If that was eliminated and cutting surface lengthened, would look more symmetrical. Beautiful design.
Jun 15, 2019
Rudolph
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May 26, 2019
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May 26, 2019
Mike45acp
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May 24, 2019
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How bout a picture of the locking side!!!! Pic of the knife closed!!! Who’s running the show? Wake them up please.
May 24, 2019
Notsurewhyibother
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May 23, 2019
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I think someone in the marketing department has gotten cleaver and clip-point confused.
May 23, 2019
theonug
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May 23, 2019
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I assume this knife folds so would it be possible to add a picture if how it looks in the folded position please? thank you.
May 23, 2019
RogueSpork
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May 23, 2019
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Is this a flipper?
May 23, 2019
Philip_V
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May 22, 2019
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I wonder why there is not one picture of the colored Ti-side?!
May 22, 2019
Laxnerd213
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May 22, 2019
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I like the look of this knife. But I do not understand why the blue framed version is the only one without the blue accent around the pivot screw (and seriously has purple instead). Every color frame choice has blue around the pivot but the one that it actually matches. Makes absolutely no sense.
May 22, 2019
RRFluffy
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May 22, 2019
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Probably to match the Tomahawk, the purp pivot and blue scales is a reoccurring thing on a couple others IIRC. Not a fan of the scales overall. That's a good chunk of change to have a hardly noticable Ti liner and high contrast pivot. I get that people are enamored by CF scales, but this handle is a bit bland compared to the usual AC stuff in my opinion. One black blade away from an upscale tatcticool edition.
May 22, 2019
Spokes30
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May 22, 2019
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Again nothing special about the price, can find it everywhere at this price.
May 22, 2019
Spokes30
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May 22, 2019
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I don't mind at all, it is ridiculous that this subject gets rehashed everytime one of their knives get listed. As has been said on here many times the swastika symbol comes from way before the Nazi party, I think from India. By the way it does not look like a swastika if you look at it. I guess we can't even draw boxes anymore and someone will think it is something else. I think there are more important problems to solve in the world than this. Why don't we talk about the knife.
May 22, 2019
RRFluffy
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May 22, 2019
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Don't ya know Spoke? Everything's about Nazi's now n days! They're hiding under every rock and you should be aware. Did you know the Nazi's used knives?! It's inconceivable that we still keep them around and use them in our day to day lives! Something needs to be done I tell you!
May 22, 2019
Spokes30
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May 22, 2019
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Most of the people who respond to these ads were not even around when the Nazi party existed. The Nazi party was eradicated 50 years ago, what in the world does that have to do with Artisan Cutlery? If they want to use a square shaped trade mark that is their choice. This may sound strange but we all have a nose, ears and feet like the Nazis so now we are all Nazis. This argument about their unrelated trademark which is coincidently square as the Nazis party swastika was is ridiculous. I care about their their knives and not a logo. Now I am being sucked into this idiocy and not talking about the knife which is all we should be talking about because it is all that matters.
May 22, 2019
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Apologies for the late reply, life took priority. Below is a overall rundown of my experience and 'research'(I'm hesitant to buy Chinese-anything without looking into it). Please let me know of you would like more in depth info on the blades I've owned. I had an Apache for a bit, currently own a Falcon, and am interested in the copper Tomahawk series. I'm a cheap ass, so the Ti variants never made their way to my pocket. Overall I think AC has decent quality for the dollar, but at the end of the day it's a Chinese knife brand with a ~$200+ high end line. Their lower end shit ain't gonna be top notch, and you get a standard warranty AFAIK. However, you do get D2, caged bearings, decent handle materials(many of which are aluminum, which I personally prefer), and a company that seems to be in touch with it's consumer base. Personal Experience: Mis-Milled lock cutout on my Falcon. This was not a major issue as it's not very noticeable in the vast majority of lighting, I like the look, and it gives a bit of texture. Way too much loctite on the falcon backspacer screws. The Apache came apart with ease, and so did the Falcon for the most part, there were just a couple of screws with way too much loctite. This required some TLC with a proper bit set. Blade alignment is not 100% on point. The Apache was more out of whack as apparently liner/frame locks can cause a bit of an issue with heavier blades. I don't care for perfect middle alignment vs smooth deployment and lockup, but this was cutting it really close. I'm sure breaking it in would have made this a bit less of an issue, but we're talking maybe a 1/4th of a turn being the difference between a really stiff deploy, and the blade riding the inner scale. Although, this did improve greatly when I disassembled and reassembled the blade with a wedge of sorts between the blade and scale. I was still not comfortable with it though. Blades came sharp and usable out of the box. They were not razor worthy(the Apache and Falcon have fairly thick stock so slicey is a bit more difficult, but they certainly could shave without much issue!), but they could work through any day to day task I needed an EDC blade for. The grind was pretty damn even as far as I could tell. From what I've researched, there's definitely the regular QA misses on scratches and assembly, but nothing that is above and beyond what I normally see from similar brands. As always, check what you buy!
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