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Which survival knives work best for different emergency situations, or hunting, fishing, skinning, rope cutting, general purpose? Leon Pantenburg reviews many top shelf survival knives and puts them through extensive field testing.

Kephart and Nessmuk: Advice from the experts on picking the best pocket knife

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There is no single best survival or bushcraft knife. And also IMHO, it’s a good idea to carry several different knives for different purposes, and one of them should be a folder.

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Choose the best point for a survival and/or bushcraft knife

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A knife’s point will determine the uses, and how effective the blade will be at different tasks. Here are some things to consider about point designs.

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The Bark River Canadian is a multi-purpose belt knife.

Video: Is this the best bushcraft/survival belt knife? We review the Bark River Canadian

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What’s the best design for an everyday belt knife? Don’t make any investments in that cutlery category until you check out the Bark River Canadian.

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Every day carry knife review: The Benchmade Pink Griptilian

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What tough guy wannabe or gangbanger will steal a knife that makes him look like a wimp, or worse, sensitive?
But this pink Benchmade lockblade is a quality fighting knife in the battle against cancer.

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It's a beefed up, Scandinavian style knife. If you like Mora-style knives, you'll probably love the Bark River Liten Bror.

Check out this video review of the Bark River Liten Bror

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It’s a beefed up, Scandinavian style knife. If you like Mora-style knives, you’ll probably love the Bark River Liten Bror.

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The Bark River Bushcrafter is a medium size, do-it-all bushcraft knife.

The best bushcraft knife? We review the Bark River Bushcrafter

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When it comes to bushcraft/survival knives, how much is enough? Here’s an offering from Bark River Knives that might be just what you need.

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Best bushcraft knife? I like the Bark River Aurora

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If you’re searching for a survival and/or bushcraft knife, here’s some things to look for. I checked out the Bark River Aurora, and I am impressed.

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Five reasons to use a survival knife lanyard

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Ever wonder what to do with that hole in the knife handle? It can be an important safety feature. Here’s how to use it.

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Ten tips about buying a high-end and/or custom knife online

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Buying anything off the internet can be a nightmare. When purchasing something as personal and important as a bushcraft or survival knife, you can’t afford to compromise. Before you invest, here are some suggestions:

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Get a useful, historic survival knife | The mountain man’s Russell Green River

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Looking for some inexpensive, quality meat cutting knives? Check out this mountain man do-it-all utility knife “Green River”. Here’s a look at those knife patterns, and how they shape up today.

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