Outdoor Knives and robost Bushcraft Knives:
Some survival knives have a hollow saber grind which designed to incorporate both the spine thickness of a saber grind and the fine edge of a hollow grind and while this type of blade grind works fairly well for chopping, cutting, and slicing, it is not optimized for either task which makes it a good compromise between a saber grind and a flat grind.
Not only does this knife have a superb ergonomic handle made from one of our favorite materials, but the blade is crafted from super high-quality S90V steel and it comes with a premium leather sheath. Lightweight but still exceedingly rugged, this hunting knife features a 5-inch black-finished 1095 stainless steel blade mated to a textured Micarta handle, and it can be easily attached to your belt or tactical backpack via the included Kydex sheath.
In fact, just trying to choose the best blade length, the best blade design, and the best blade steel make the task difficult enough without considering all of the other factors such as cutting edge design, tang construction, and the design of the handle and material from which it's made.
Featuring a 4.75” spear point blade made from 1095 high carbon tool steel and a Rockwell Hardness of 55-57 HRC with a flat grind and a black, corrosion resistant, coating, this knife is the perfect companion to the ESSE Junglass. THe LMF II Infantry has a 4.84” drop point blade design made from 420HC stainless steel with a deep saber grind and a serrated cutting edge.
Because the point where the tang meets the blade is the knife's weakest point, it should be noted that while there are several different types of knife tangs, the ones best suited for survival knives are the full tang and the hidden tang due to their inherent strength with the inherently weaker partial tang and stick tang being poplar for some handle designs.
Featuring a stunningly beautiful curly birch wood handle mated to a sturdy and reliable Sandvik stainless steel blade, this compact outdoor cutting tool is a gorgeous addition to any outdoor gear loadout. Called the LoneRock hunting knife, this blade features an easy-to-sharpen 8Cr13MoV stainless steel blade mated to a surprisingly sturdy glass-filled nylon handle.
Blade made of stainless steel with a soft, friction grip handle made of TPE rubber, which makes the knife feel safe and steady to work with.
Our insulation knife has a blade of stainless steel and a specially serrated edge, which makes it suitable for cutting mineral wool.
The Carpet knife 175P has a blade of carbon steel and a polymer handle, specially designed to give maximum pulling force. With a blade of Swedish stainless steel and its patterned high-friction grip the 746 is a perfect all-round knife.
With a blade of Swedish stainless steel and its patterned high-friction grip the 749 is a perfect all-round knife. Bait knife with double-moulded rubber grip with an etched structure and a 111 mm long blade made of carbon steel.
In stark contrast to the old-school Buck 119, the Bushcrafter completes the full checklist of modern survival knife features: Its 4.4-inch blade comes to a sturdy drop point at the tip, the knife is made from 0.164-inch thick steel stock with a full exposed tang, and the tang itself is sandwiched between two grip scales.
Finally we do encourage everyone who are camping in the wilderness to include Swiss Army Knives in their equipment!