The new GrandDaddy G2 looks a lot like it’s predecessor in its general shape but this short machete has learned some new tricks.
Like the original GrandDaddy short machete, the G2 is cut from reclaimed saw blades (.95″-.105″ thick 8670M high carbon steel). Both versions are differentially heat treated. Both versions have the same full-tang construction, 10.875″ long deep bellied clip point blades, and curvy handles.
Unlike the original, the G2 features a black powder coat finish and machined G-10 handle slabs. The handle slabs are fitted to site flush with the tang. Finally, while the clip point blades are extremely similar, the G2 adds a short sharpened swedge that serves to create a stronger tip.
The GrandDaddy G2 comes with a skeletonized kydex sheath. The sheath is available in OD Green or Flat Dark Earth.
Check out the GrandDaddy G2 at Southern Grind. Read more about the incredible back story of Southern Grind at Jerking the Trigger.