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    Default Bushcraft knife

    Just wondering if anyone out there has ne. If so what type, what do you like or dislike. I'm looking for one not sure what to get is all

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    I have several that could be used in the bush,, only problem is , I never make it out to the bush.
    All my knives have sat through the Bear Grylls & Dual Survival episodes on T.V.
    Someday I hope to camp outside in Canada during the summer, next to a lake, fish, campfire, roast marsh mellows, hot dogs & prepare coffee over an open fire,,,,,,,hell I would even settle for camping in Glen's front yard.


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    ,,,,,,,,,Gerber Gator, great little knife, actually has been in the woods for 2 days

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    Battle horse knives, Spyderco, Adventure Sworn make good knives.
    You should research what steels are good for the application, and who makes quality knives from those steels. The above listed companies are just the more popular ones out there.
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    This KA-Bar has definitely been in the bush. Father-in-Law carried it in Vietnam!
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    I'm a new beginer on bushcraft but i read a few good things about this one here and i ordred one for me. Kj°p Casstr÷m Swedish Forest Knife No.14 fra Outnorth
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    Are you stressed???!!! Get out and go fishing!!!

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    That Mora is a hard one to beat for the $
    Northeastern Texas & Southeastern Oklahoma Mentor/Helper...PM me if I can assist you.
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    A Buck 119 my Dad gave me on my birthday in 1975. Wow, forty years.



    A Kabar MK2 USN I got from a guy.

    If you don't care where you are, you are not lost.

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    I just put a 4.1 inch carbon steel blade Mora on my wish list. I'm also looking at a blade only Karesuando carbon steel blade.
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    I had never looked at a Karesuando blade, good looking knives & naked blades. I could see one of those on a antler handle easily...
    Northeastern Texas & Southeastern Oklahoma Mentor/Helper...PM me if I can assist you.
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