Bear Grylls Survival Knife

Survival: Do You Take a Knife or an Axe?

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. The sheath has a fire starter, “land to air rescue instructions” and a diamond sharpener. There’s a pocket guide on survival in case that land to air rescue doesn’t work out. It’s also very useful that the Gerber Bear Grylls knife has his signature on itthis way when you stab an actual bear in a fight, it’ll be like some sort of namesake-killing-synergy situation.
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A Different Way to Think about Survival Knives

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(2/2) Previous Next Survival expert Creeks Stewart offers up tips and suggestions for buying a survival knife! Below you’ll find great websites for a variety of survival style knives. Knife websites: Blindhorseknives.com On Newsstands now! Check out Creeks Survival Contributions to the following magazines: Living Ready Magazine, Men’s Heath Magazine and American Survival Guide Magazine!!
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Making Traps This is another area where there is little or no difference. The knife and the axe are so sharp that accurate carving can be done with both quite easily. Preparing Food Again, because the knife and the axe are so sharp, all the tasks involved in preparing animals for cooking are easily achieved with either.
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How to choose a Survival Knife

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Some are USA made and some are not. The steel grade is the important part. Go read about Rockwell Grading Scale, there are many websites that explain the ratings and the comparable European grades. Cool looks do not make a good knife, and a good knife doesnt have to cost an arm and a leg (yikes!).
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The Many Uses Of Survival Knives

These knives might make someone look like a fantasy warrior, but theyre not very useful. One of the prime considerations with any of your expedition or survival equipment is that it needs to be tough and keep working. Hollow handles and fancy bobbles on your blade are just useless: theyll often bust apart after very little hard use and leave you up against it. Also, dont get such a nice, fancy piece of equipment that you wont use it. I was instructing at one frontier skills institute when a participant was asked to cut something, but he refused.
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