I think a bug-out bag could have the following combination of cutting tools, that complement each other.
- Sturdy, high-quality multi-tool. It should contain a small wood saw, a metal file, a screwbit holder and other mini tools.
- (Very) large, thick, high-quality survival knife for quick...
Brand new never used OFF-GRID BACK COUNTRY Survival knife. This is a beast of a knife. I don't have the box.
You can see from the pics its new. Pay pal only Price includes USPS shipping with tracking #
12oz with sheath & 10oz without sheath
Blade Length (in.)
Anyone recommend a MOLLE sheath for folding pocket knives? The goal is to carry a good quality knife on the outside of a backpack.
I want to outfit all of my packs with a knife. The problem is, some of the packs have limited MOLLE webbing. Once you attach a couple of canteens (one on each...
I want a Morakniv Basic 546, but the handles only come in blue, and blue orange combinations. Why a so called hunting knife comes in blue beats me.
Has anyone painted their Morakniv handle? If so, how did it work out?
I have a 511 with a black handle I thought about experimenting on, but...
Guys and gals, someone recommend a new knife for my collection. I am thinking of something around the size of the Gerber Strongarm (I already have one), or around the size of an SOG Sealpup.
I do not have an SOG Sealpup, so I am leaning towards one.
MOLLE adaptable is a requirement.
My name is Vašek Skopek and I am a czech craftsman and bushcraft enthusiast. The SHOK is my own sign, I have chosen an ant as my symbol as he has admirable characteristics which can be compared to the knife of high quality.
I'm making knives especially for use in the wild nature...
Armchair commandos may believe anything sharp will make a good skinning knife, this is simply not true. *Certain types of knives are much better at skinning wild game than others. *Let's take a few minutes and talk about types of knives to stay away from and types to consider.
Do you think stockpiling cheap survival knives has a place in your long term SHTF survival plans?
Why stockpile cheap knives?
20 years ago some of my buddies and I were making bug out bags for friends and family. The bag contained a canteen, water purification tablets, thermal blanket...
One of the great topics in the survivalist / prepping community is about survival knives. Everyone has an opinion about what kind of knife would be ideal for surviving in a post-SHTF / post-TEOTWAWKI world.
Some of the discussions on knives revolve around real world situations, while a lot of...
Hello everyone, I just wanted to see what others prefer for their knives! This could be EDC, survival knife, anything.
My favorite EDC is my ESEE RAT at the moment. It has maintained its edge well and I have abused it plenty. This may change when my Emerson arrives soon.
As for a...
Few knives are as well known as the Ka Bar. It was built for the U.S.M.C. during world war II, and has been used by soldiers in every major U.S. conflict since. And for good reason.Lets start off with the specs. 7 inch hollow ground blade made from .165 1095 CroVan, overall length is 11-7/8...
This is a review of the Ontario Blackbird SK-5.
The Blackbird SK-5 is a Kephart style survival knife made by the Ontario Knife Company and designed by Paul Scheiter. I bought mine through Hedgehog for $109.00.
The "SK" stands for "survival knife", and the "5" designates a 5" blade. Here...
5col Survival Supply is proud to add ESEE Knives to our offering. These knives are made in the USA of 1095 carbon steel, and backed by ESEE Knives' Lifetime Warranty.
ESEE Knife Center at 5col Survival Supply
Izula II: starting at $79.95
Laser Strike: $121.95
Model 5 SERE...
My personal choice for an ideal SHTF weapon and tool is this:
It's substantially capable of damage, even to large dangerous game.
It's also fairly balanced.
The blade runs all the way through the handle (few blades do this nowadays).
Heavy cutting, chopping and batoning through wood (using...
I was gifted a Ka-bar knife for Christmas. This is the first solid, high quality knife I've ever owned. It is large, easy to handle, sharp, and it seems so well made as to be indestructable. Of course, it was designed as a combat knife (and my dad and grandpa both had them in wartime), but it...