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snake284 wrote: »
Teach wrote: »
Then there's the French army knife- - - - -it's got a corkscrew and a white flag.
Teach wrote: »
I swapped a used tire for a Buck 110 folder and a leather sheath back in the late 1990's, and I've been using it ever since. I've got several other knives, fixed blade and folders, but until the Benchmade Griptilian came along, that Buck was my "go to" knife for most of what needed doing with a blade. Now the Buck gets picked for the heavy-duty chores, and the Benchmade gets used for field dressing, skinning, etc.
Good blades, both!
orchidman wrote: »
Thanks once again Paul, I really treasure the Griptillian
lineman wrote: »
Why has no one said just get a hatchet/ax? If your trying to survive its better for just about everything then a giant knife. I mean if you have an ax an a pocket knife what can't you do?
Jayhawker wrote: »
I came close with my recommendation of an Woodsmans Pal...in my experience, more useful than an axe...however the Original Poster was inquiring about knives...
alphasigmookie wrote: »
Are you talking blade or total length? 8-9 inch blade is a bit excessive for most uses and can be flat out unwieldy. A real survival knife should probably have closer to a 4-6" blade to be more versatile and useful for day to day tasks.
If I was expecting to have to fight off a horde of zombies without making much noise I'd probably go with something like this...http://www.coldsteel.com/kukrimachetes.html
tv_racin_fan wrote: »
Alpha I have a couple of those and while I like them they lack the heft to be of any real use in a zombie attack.
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