Bear Grylls Survival Knife

US Survival Knives in Space

What if you didn’t want to spend $700 to stab something? A solution presents itself. A $60 consumer-grade survival knife. The knife has a serrated blade, a rubber grip, a stainless steel pommel (for hammering or knife-whipping someone), and an emergency whistle.
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these are legal in California, where i live. sometimes I have a S W M P folding knife too, and a Norinco AK-47 Bayonet ($12 at a gun show). 45caliber Ben: A knife is good but, a gun is just as good. Only in a fight. You cant carve a bow with a gun. And once the bullets are gone, it is useless except for throwing or a boat anchor. Cliffystones A straight to the point post and one all should take note of.
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The Many Uses Of Survival Knives

Two of these are on display at the Smithsonian Museum. One of the knives, that belonging to USAF Colonel Gus Grissom was thought lost forever. When his spacecraft LibertyBell 7 was lost in 15,000 feet of water in 1961, it took his survival knife with it. When the LibertyBell 7 was raised in 1999 the knife was found in the bottom of the tiny capsule. It was still serviceable after being under water some 3000 feet deeper than the Titanic for 38 years. The American Gemini, Apollo and Skylab Program astronauts carried a different edged weapon, the Case MC-1 ‘NASA Knife’. The NASA Knife was a machete type instrument.
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