Always interesting. I'm not a prepper. I'm not a knife expert. But on a practical basis, I will paraphrase some advice we often see on gun boards:I'm not really a knife guy, so I'm curious what others think of the recommendations in this article.
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Great. Squirrel. Thanks. Now I have to go buy a knife.This is my survival knife. It's an oldie, but a goodie.
These days, they're not cheap though. But this is one instance where you get your money worth out of it. You'd have to try really hard to tear it up. In fact, I'm not even real sure it's humanly possible.
The Buck-184 Buckmaster - The peak of survival knives!
Anything that's a "user" that has the potential to get dropped on the ground out in the wild gets bright colors from me if it doesn't already have bright colors on it!The first time you drop a knife on the ground, you love the orange color on the handle.