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Friday, 22 November 2019
Best Boot Knives For Self Defense & Utility Reviewed 2019

When looking for pocket knives or fixed blade knives it's helpful to understand the different metals that are used in the production of these knives. Referenced as 162OT, this boot knife is full tang with a fixed blade, which is exactly what you want out of a true boot knife. The 2.67-inch drop point blade is made with S30V steel and the handle is black-and-white G10 (although it's also available in Dymondwood if you prefer the classic look).

Folding blades are great, don't get me wrong, but when a knife will be used to clear brush, skin an animal or used to make cover, it needs to be dependable. Some other important considerations in choosing your best survival knife are the handles and the sheath.

The saber grand comes with a primary bevel that extends for a short distance from the cutting edge to the blade back. PLAINEDGE BLADE - This knife has a sharpened blade with no serrations or teeth sometimes referred to as a smooth blade. There is a rosewood handle on the Buck Knives 401 Kalinga Fixed Blade Knife that offers palm swells and curves to give you a more secure grip.

The Opinel has remained virtually unchanged for decades, thanks to its low cost, light weight, and how effective it is. Its blade is just over three inches long, big for an everyday carry but no so large that it's a pain to bring with you everywhere.

Innovative features, long, removable and replaceable handle, easy to clean, durable design, multifunctional. Another must have knife is the Gerber Blades 06932 Gator GH Folding Gut Hook Knife. They value fixed blades because of their strength and durability, which make them reliable and dependable in the field.

I knew I had to get a Fallkniven knife on this list simply because the brand is known for amazing fixed blades. The hallmark of the Boker fixed blade knife, whether a single piece or separate material in the hilt, is a handle that is constructed for ease of holding and using the knife.

Let's look at the two basic knife styles: fixed and folding blade. Many folding pocket knives, especially multitools, don't have locking blades, making the lockable Victorinox Adventurer a highly appealing option for backpackers. With its handsome wooden handle and its long, thick blade, the Condor Tool & Knife is a classic bush knife that any outdoorsman or hunter alike will love to have in their collection.

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