Survival Belt

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The Survival Belt by SlideBelts is a survival tool that’ll also hold up your jeans – the buckle contains a locking/folding titanium nitride coated AUS-8 stainless steel blade, a ferrocreium rod fire starter, an LED flashlight, and a bottle opener. The belt can be ordered in black, olive drab, desert tan, and classic brown, the maximum…

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The County Knife By James

The County Knife By James

The County Knife By James was designed as a minimalist everyday carry knife suitable for those who work or live in environments where the carrying of larger knives is frowned upon or banned entirely. It has a blade length of 2.5 inches, which means it won’t create a bulge or weigh down your pockets, it’s…

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Royal North Company Camp Knife

Royal North Company Camp Knife

The Camp Knife by Royal North Company has been designed in Canada to be an ideal camping, hunting, or utility knife – specifically developed to suit the climate of the Canadian wilderness. The blade is 4″ and is made from high carbon 01 steel, the overall length is 9″, the handle can be made from either…

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Morakniv of Sweden Bushcraft Survival Knife

Morakniv of Sweden Bushcraft Survival Knife

The Bushcraft Survival Knife by Morakniv of Sweden was developed as an emergency fire starting solution for any climate. The magnesium fire starter stick sends out sparks at over 3000°C regardless of how wet, cold or snowy it is, and the stream of sparks is visible from a significant distance after dark. Morakniv ship each…

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Horse Brand Company Naval Knife

Horse Brand Company Naval Knife copy

The Naval Knife by the Horse Brand Company has been developed in the style of the knives used by Scandinavian sailors and naval men. It has a 440C stainless steel blade paired with a solid brass handle, offering extremely effective corrosion resistance, and the brass is attached via a hard-wearing lead free silver solder. The…

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NASA Gemini 6 Space-Flown Switchblade

Gemini 6 Space Flown Survival Knife

Until very recently I wasn’t aware that NASA’s Gemini astronauts were issued with switchblades for emergency use, it’s likely that the knives were intended to be used in the result of a crash landing in a forest or jungle rather than the ocean as planned. Soviet cosmonauts from the same era were issued with machetes for…

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Scrimshaw Knife Kit

Scrimshaw Knife Kit

The Scrimshaw Knife Kit by Mollyjogger is an all inclusive package to try your hand at scrimshaw etching – a unique art form that began during the heyday of the whaling era of the 1700s. This kit contains a 4 1/8” Trapper Knife, a hardened steel scribe, 1/2 dram of India ink, a bamboo tracing…

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Mammoth Bone Damascus Steel Knife

Mammoth Bone Damascus Steel Knife

These knives by the master bladesmiths at Santa Fe Stoneworks have 33 layer Damascus steel blades with handles carved from mammoth bone, each is a one-off creation and no two look quite the same. The unique layering you can see in the blade is thanks to the folding and hammering required to create Damascus steel,…

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Helle Dokka Folding Knife

Helle Dokka Knife copy

The Helle Dokka Knife has been produced by Steinar Helle and his descendants in Norway since the 1930s, the smiths at Helle create the blade from triple laminated steel with a high-carbon alloy centre and a twin outer layers of stainless steel for corrosion protection. Each Dokka Knife ships in a leather carrying case with…

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The Americana Fisherman Knife

The Americana Fisherman Knife

The Americana Fisherman Knife is an American made fishing, hunting and survival blade made by Ruana Knives. Each is made from 1095 high carbon steel and has a handle wrapped with 7 feet of high-strength paracord for use in emergency situations. The blade is finished to a Rockwell hardness rating of 56 to 58, it’s…

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Hotta-san Hunting Knife

Japanese Knife

The Hotta-san Hunting Knife is the work of a legendary Japanese blackmith based in the Tosa region of Shikoku, each knife is made by hand without the use of a die, and each blade is considered a functional work of art by people who know more about Japanese sword and knife making than you or…

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