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Survival and Bushcraft Fixed Blade Knives

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Survival knife

In you will find the largest selection of the highest quality survival knives both from the world's leading manufacturers, as well as handmade knives from proven knifemaking manufactories. Survival knife should be characterized by an appropriate structure and the strength of the materials used in its construction. This is all so that in emergency situations, in which you need to act quickly and definitely often in harsh conditions, such a knife will be reliable. A survival knife should have a design based on a full tang blade, which goes across the entire width of the knife's handle, making it sturdy and able to withstand even heavy work, such as splitting, batoning, or levelling. Knife head should have a suitable thickness, most often the head of a survival knife is at least 3 mm thick, although knives with thicker wedges are also popular, such as the knife Schrade SCHF37, whose blade is as thick as 6 mm.

Bushcraft knife

TBS Boar bushcraft knife is one of the most popular handmade knives that will perform well in the most demanding survival situations. Knives Condor Tool & Knife bushlore, for example, is also handmade knives with great value for money. For camping or bivouac work, Morakniv knives will also work well, which have enjoyed unflagging popularity for many years due to their usefulness and good price. Such models of knives as Morakniv Garberg or Morakniv Kansbol will appeal to even the most demanding lovers of bushcraft knives.

Forestry knife - Mora knife Companion

A good bushcraft knife will make both light and demanding camping work enjoyable. Properly contoured knife handle, whether it is wooden or plastic, makes working with a knife does not tire quickly and is safer. The knife fits securely in the hand, does not slip even when the hand is wet. Knife scabbard survivalist allows you to quickly attach the knife to your belt, both rigidly and often loosely, using an additional loop. Often, bushcraft and survival knives can also be clipped in a vertical position or attached to a backpack with a Molle attachment system, for example. Wisport Sparrow II Olive.

Carbon steel or stainless steel knife, such as Sandvik?

What steel should a survival knife be made of? The most common knives are made of carbon steel, which although not resistant to weather, moisture, etc. it is prized by proponents of the art of survival. A knife with a carbon steel blade is usually characterized by a very high hardness of the blade, for example, above 60 HRC. This means that the blade will hold sharpness longer and dull more slowly. This is important because in off-road conditions you often operate surrounded by sand, soil, whose contact with the cutting edge of the knife has a negative effect. Stainless steel knives, although usually the hardness of the heads used in them is lower have one strong advantage - they are resistant to corrosion. Without worrying about rusting, we can tuck the damp knife into the scabbard. Stainless steel knife is easier and faster to sharpen. All you need is any pocket-sized knife sharpener to bring the blade back to full focus.

What is the best knife for survivalist?

A good survival knife that will perform in harsh conditions should, above all, be reliable. You will be guaranteed a knife with a full-tang head with a minimum thickness of 3 mm. Ideally, the knife should be made of good steel with a hardness of at least 58 HRC. A survival knife should work well with a flint, so you can start a fire in any conditions. It is worth retrofitting the knife with a flint and a knife sharpener, which are best attached to the scabbard, this one to be always at hand. It is worth taking a look at the offerings of such knife manufacturers as Condor Knife & Tools, Morakniv, Fox Knives.