If you don’t have one, remember the rule of 3’s. You can always use another knife.
Let’s go over a bit of “basic survival knife 101” and talk about what makes for a good piece of sturdy, handy, sharpened steel to make your time in the sticks just a little bit easier.
However, there is one thing I did want to mention before we begin: I’m personally not much of a believer in the modern “survival” knife concept.
Yes, it is true.
Let’s just say that I don’t believe I’ve ever seen or held a real survival knife — at least, as it’s described in many popular gear magazines — and that’s because I’m fairly certain that they don’t exist. In my own backwoods experience and years of study, there are many types of knives that make for excellent companions. To depend on only one just doesn’t make much sense.
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