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5.75″ ZOMBIE WAR KARAMBIT BOOT KNIFE WITH SHEATH Survival Fixed Blade Skinning

ZOMBIE WAR KARAMBIT BOOT KNIFE WITH SHEATH Survival Fixed Blade Skinning


Features
Blade Length: 3.5 – 4in.
Features: Sheath Included
Blade Material: Stainless Steel
Blade Color: Black
Blade Type: Karambit
Handle Material: Plastic
Blade Edge: Serrated
Type: Boot, Combat, Survival

7″ TACTICAL SURVIVAL Skinning Stag KNIFE Hunting Skinner Camping Fixed Blade


Features
Blade Material: Stainless Steel
Handle Material: Wood
Type: Combat, Hunting, Survival
Tang: Full
Features: Sheath Included

Our Top Gerber Survival Knives

GERBER StrongArm Fixed Blade Knife with Serrated Edge – Coyote Brown
Features
Manufacturer: Gerber Legendary Blades
Part Number: 31-002931
Item Weight: 14.1 ounces
Product Dimensions: 3 x 5.5 x 16 inches
Item model number: 30-001059
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
Size: Serrated Edge
Color: Coyote Brown

Gerber LMF II Survival Knife, Black

Features
Manufacturer: Gerber
Part Number: 187513
Item Weight: 1.3 pounds
Item model number: 22-01629
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: Yes
Size: ONE SIZE
Color: Black

Best Survival Knife For Under 25 dollars

Cold Steel GI Tanto Survival Knife

You have $25 to spend, you want to buy a good quality knife, so which one do you buy?

What is the purpose of a $25 survival knife? In my opinion, knives in that price range are disposable. They are the knives that if lost or stolen are not going to be expensive to replace.

From a survivalist point of view, spend $100 on 3 or 4 knives, store them at your Bug Out Location, keep one in a tackle box or use them for hand out knives to friends and family. Someone breaks into your Bug Out Location, steals your knives, you are not out several hundred dollars.

Considerations

Sheath Belt loop or ALICE / MOLLE attachments
Made from quality steel
Full tang
Fixed blade

Most of the corner stores around here have knifes made in third world countries. Most of the ones I see sell for less then $10. For this purchase we need something that is made from quality steel, will hold a good edge and will be easy to sharpen.

Back around 1983 I bought into the survival knife craze created by Rambo First Blood. My first survival knife had a hollow handle, made of some kind of 440 stainless steel, held an edge like butter, and took an hour to sharpen. That knife was more of a play toy then a real duty knife. The hollow handled knives are a novelty item. If you want a serious knife, steer clear of them.

Related forum thread – Best survival knife for under $50

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