Now that I'm more experienced with my blades, I've been thinking about
what I'd really need in a survival knife. The thing that I'd see myself using it
for most would be for fire & shelter building.
When I've used my ESEE-6, I've looked at stuff I'd want to tackle
(like chopping down small...
A good knife is worth the money.
Quality doesn't have to cost a lot.
At least one knife in a collection should be a top notch high quality
piece and that one should be the one with the most uses.
ESEEs are all that and a bag of chips.
Moras are all that and a bag of chips.
I have to get a Mora. I'm leaning heavily towards the Mora Companion MG to take the edge
off of me having to wait until I can pick up an ESEE-3 or 4 (to partner up with my ESEE-6).
I decided on the carbon blade over the stainless steel blade
because I suspect it will hold an edge better &...
So I finally broke down and bought Ka-Bar Becker BK2 Campanion. I was getting tired of scratching up my more expensive knives. One thing I loved about this knife was the hollowed out handles. Tonight I wrapped the sheath in about 15 ft of paracord and added contents to the inside of the...