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We all are aware of the fact that sometimes it becomes really necessary to save oneself or some other person. Although it is necessary all the time to save things no matter what? But imagine when a person is in Jungle on trekking and suddenly there is a life and death situation, how would one feel if he/she has a quality knife with him/her (the point is there are no quality criteria, one has to have a knife that’s good enough). Anyways this brings us to the topic of survival techniques and above all the coolest item which everyone must carry with him/her i.e. survival knife. Think of the time when your great grandfather used to carry a small or big but a knife (like always) they have something to defend themselves in any or every situation.
Okay! So here is the deal preferences are there especially when one is planning to go for hiking, mountaineering or camping, in order to tackle an extreme situation one really needs a fantastic, dependable survival knife. There are plenty of names and brands out there in the market, from which one can easily select but as per our research, best knives are KA-BAR BECKER BK2, GERBER STRONG ARM, ESEE 6P-B PLAIN EDGE. All the before mentioned are mauviel copper pans and are available in amazing quality which cannot be beaten by anything else but the tremendously best. The tip to select a survival knife is to select a fixed blade (always), because foldable and bendable knife is not something advisable especially for survival, it is logical see; when we stab a knife it must be something which cannot be bent or fold at all (it should be something really strong, rock hard and not movable).
Certainly there are some factors like: blade design, fixed on folding, edge of the blade, length, make and material of the blade and overall construction and structure of the knife. From a survival perspective knife is not something which can be taken for the hunting and killing purposes, survival includes build shelter, lighting fire, hunting to eat and cut and clear the wild plants and traps. Sometimes they provide other cool stuff inside the knife i.e. compass, thread, wire, pin etc. and don’t know how it’s helps in survival but somehow it’s there for the survival purpose. For hardcore purpose the blade must be 10 to 14 inches in length which tough steel of 1000, 5000 and 440C. Hand grip must not be slippery in any case, otherwise things may get really hard and messy to control. In short there are certain important factors which one has to keep in mind before buying a survival knife.
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