A blade length of 7 inches and a weight of 14 ounces are included in the dimensions. It isdurable: The blade is made of 1095. A black, ring textured thermoplastic elastomer handle with a powder coated high carbon steel. It's permissible. It's ideal for EDC because of its quick and easy access. The blade will not slip with the security of the finger choil and jimping. The knife has a ferro rod, sharpening stone and a lanyard hole.
👤This was the first time I've used this knife since I bought it. It was razor sharp and razor sharp enough to shave hair off my arms, impressive but concerning at the same time. I had doubts as to whether this knife would hold up to simple tasks around camp. I read a lot of the reviews and saw the pictures of broken blades, but also heard good things, so I gave it a chance. I know the importance of the right tool for the right job and I spend a lot of time in the outdoors. It is my belief that a fixed blade knife is not a knife that I will have around if it cannot handle the basic chores around camp. There are a lot of knives on the market that look great above a mantel, but they are only for display and not real work. Schrade is the name of the knife. You could expect it to perform most of the tasks with ease with a name like that. You would expect it to break through the wood like nothing. This wasn't the case for me. One day ago, I used it for the first time at a fire craft essentials course taught by some really knowledgeable and cool people. I mentioned to them at another class that I wanted to put this knife to the test so they could give feedback on it. The first thing I decided to tackle was my fireplace, I was in the process of setting up a bow drill. I proudly announced that I was going for it, and I was using a maple baton made by a friend of mine. I lined it up on the stress crack of the cedar log and thought about how the sound was off. I assumed it was due to the knife's thickness, the second and last strike was when the blade failed. Those around heard it and came to see it, which was buried in the cedar. We all agreed that it did not pass the test and so I switched to my Cold Steel SRK carbon V knife, which is pictured behind the cedar with the black sheath, to finish splitting the log and processing the rest of my bow drill kit. I wanted to give a back story so that people can understand my intentions. If you buy this knife, be aware that it may not be suitable for batoning. I should also point out that the knife broke the same day as the batoned oak pallet and seasoned sourwood. The new guys that have never done much in the outdoors were made to learn from it. If you want a good campcraft knife, you need to do your own research and understand that it will cost you more than this knife.
👤I thought the knife would be a performer. The Schrade marketing video stated that this knife supports batoning, but it snapped on my first try. The overall look and feel of the knife is great, but I wish it would work as promised. I will be updating this review with the results after I contact Schrade Customer Service.
The head diameter is 8mm, the Shaft is 5mm, and theScrew is 20mm. The blade of this knife is made of 3Cr13stainless steel, and it uses a V-shaped and fine processing blade, which can maintain the sharpness of the kitchen knife for a long time. The design of the blade is hammered. The blade has a safety hole to improve the feel of holding the knife, prevent it from falling, and have a higher sense of security. The ergonomics of the Full Tang handle can prevent the blade from being comfortable to grip. The design of the kitchen cleaver butcher knife is strong and durable. Multifunctional Boning Knife is a knife that is suitable for professional applications, which is designed for cutting, dicing, slicing, and Boning with vegetables, fruit, meat and bone, adding satisfaction and enjoyment of kitchen experience. Perfect gift. It is an excellent gift for your lovers, parents, friends who are cooking, it comes with the knife bag, elegant box and mini whetstone. The most important kitchen tool is a sharp knife. Everyone needs a chef's knife to cut food.
With Finger Ring and Neil Sheth. The dimensions are 15 inches overall with a handle. The blade is 9 inches in length, 3 inches in width and 4mm in thickness. Monstrous black outdoor survival Bowie blade knife is armed with long- lasting high carbon steel for optimal durability. Control and comfort are included with the handle for steadfast grip. The nylon sheath is easy to use and convenient to store. The clean cut clip-point blade all black from tip to handle gives this a straightforward classic look. Massive and tough outdoor knife is ideal for camping, hunting, outdoor sports, tactical use, defense and survival.
👤I didn't expect a handcrafted knife at this price, so I don't like to be critical. If you're looking for a long and well shaped knife, it is. I'm not sure it will make a good chopper. I've never had a knife like this before. Not too heavy in the handle and not too heavy at the top. It's light. I don't have a tool to check the thickness. If you don't want a knife that requires a lot of strength to wield, this will be good for you. The cheap sheath is a half inch too small. The sharpness of the knife makes me worry that it will wear through quickly with a push of the sheath. I took the blade apart because I noticed it jiggled. The lower pin is a fake and I thought it was a full tang because there were two pins holding it. I think it won't last long. I have big hands and the handle is wide for me. The grip may be difficult for smaller hands. This is a good knife if you want a sharp stabber with some heft and length. This isn't the chopper you want.
👤Nos totalmente positivo es un pequeo defecto en el lomo de la hoja. No me arrepiento, pero para m gusto sera una empuadura. La maleza e igual para cortar cosas ms finas cmo carne o queso.
👤In case of an emergency, I wanted a weapon to keep on hand. It helps me sleep better, but I haven't used it yet.
👤The handle is a nice fit, but it's offset and awkward, and it's a bit small. The blade is sharp and holds an edge. There are a few knicks of material in the blade that are not visible to the naked eye.
👤It's perfect to carry around on your back for 20 dollars. I hacked at trees and stumps for 20 minutes and the blade was not jagged at all, but it bent a lot after stabbing at a tree 4 times.
👤I like the blade and it looks cool.
👤After cutting thick, it was dulled and had to be resharpened.
Have faith that the hand guard will keep the blade from slipping. Fixed blade work knife. The hiking knife is 8.25 inch in length and made with 7 CR17MOV steel in stone wash finish. There are outdoor and bushcraft knives. The field knife has a clip-point tip and thick blade jimping. The companion knife is great for camp chores. This is the place to put the knife to work. The SOG survival fixed blade knife has excellent edge retention and rust resistance. There is a light weight belt with her. The 4 oz workhorse has a built-in cord-cutting grooves and is comfortable for long hours of use. SOG fixed blade knives are built to last and they will take care of you if you need it.
👤I have never been a fan of SOG products; I always thought their knives were overpriced. It's about half the price of similar SOG knives, and the Ace fixes that issue right off the bat. First impressions are good. It's a light blade for its size, and its design is simple, no-nonsense that I like very much. 50 different attachment points for the sheath are not necessary. It is a knife. A simple tool. It will cut rope, fish skin, and hide deer. I'm pretty sure it will do that for you. I don't have many criticisms. It didn't take much effort to get the edge right. The handle gets a bit slick when it's coated in water, grease, or blood. It would probably help if you put the handle up near the blade. I'll update this as I carry the knife, so if it suddenly snaps off at the handle, I'll just fill the review with poo.
👤I bought this at 12 bucks and it's a full tang fixed blade with a decent sheath and a grippy handle. I think that is enough for 5 stars. Mora makes quality knives at this price point. If you can get it for less than 20 dollars, do it. It's a quality knife and you can beat it up without feeling bad about it.
👤I like the knife stone washed finish, it has a sharp edge, a good large handle, and it is the best size for me. I would carry it uppside, but be careful with wet hands or wet handle, it would slip a lot, and it would be more expensive.
👤I was impressed with the knife. It is balanced and looks good. The handle material feels good in my hand, and it fits my hand perfectly. The grip is so strong that nothing could break it. The sheath is the only negative thing that I could say about it. The sheath clip is too low, which makes the knife a little heavy. I understand that you have to give up some things in order to have a lightweight knife. The knife I got for the lowest price makes it 5 stars all day. What's not there is what I like the most about it. The back of the blade is missing the word "China" when I look at it.
👤The price of the knife went up to $24.95 after I bought it. I thought it was a good deal. It's a decent knife for light work, and it's reasonably sharp. The edge had a nice chunk out of it. I believe I bought a second, which I can live with, but SOG standards have certainly come down. It has a smooth edge after about ten minutes of work. Would I trust my life to this knife? Hardly. It will get plenty of use as a utility knife.
👤It's alright for a small weekend trip, but I won't take this on a week long trip out in the middle of nowhere. I don't think the blade can survive a serious trip that requires serious homesteading and hunting.
The blade finish is black. The Sp2 has a large blade coated in a black powder finish. It has a Kraton handle that provides comfortable ergonomics and a rubberized grip. The handle is round. A full-guard for safe and secure use is what it is. The blade of the knife has a black powder coated finish. The use of high carbon steel makes it a tough blade that will take a very sharp edge. The Spec Plus Sp2 Air Force Survival Knife is an excellent tactical knife. It is ideal for general field use. And camp staff.
👤Pictures are compared with RC6 and A1 My knives are rough because I actually use them. I keep those edges sharp. This is a lot of knife with great features for a steal. The double guard handle is really nice. If you don't like the top guard, you can easily remove it with a saw. Keep both guards if you're pushing this blade into a tactical role. The handle is a little slippery. The shape locks your hand into it. The rubber O-rings fill in the gaps in the handle to increase grip. The edge can be sharpened if desired. Better option for people who can't carry knives with sharp edges, or who want to baton it through smaller pieces of wood. The black coating on the blade is very rough and does affect slicing potential, but at the same time it seems to wear quickly. The blade is not as sharp as a butter knife, but with a sharpening system you can easily reprofile it and get it to be very sharp within an hour. It's a $35 knife. It's worth it. I haven't been able to get the edge as sharp as my Fallkniven, but it's pretty darn close. The grip is the most comfortable out of the two more expensive knives. My ideal blade would be the A1, with the ESEE 6 blade thickness, and the OntarioSP2 handle. The updated molle sheath is better than the older one. I taped the gorilla to the pouch with a DC4 sharpening stone and ferro rod. This is a great knife for someone on a tight knife budget. I've been batoning tons of hardwood logs with it to see what it can do. A more capable blade. It's a great option for a chest rig. It's just enough knife for serious work.
👤The new sheaths are better than the old ones. You don't need the top snap if you jump out or mount it upside down. I'm thinking of using the guard's cross strap to remove mine. You could mount it in a number of different ways with the sheath. I like that they aren't sharpening the edge to make it better for buttoning. The edge was dull and there was no snap on the belt. The old school way of taking off the belt and sliding on the sheath is what you have to do. I don't expect everything to be perfect. The knife, sheath and price are great.
👤It is crazy for anyone to give this knife less than five stars. For the price, it can't be beat. I feel like I ripped off OKC by paying only $25 on sale. It came out of the box and was very sharp. It was sharp and easy to clean up. I wanted to see how well it would hold up being as cheap as it was, so I was outside beating the heck out of it, and it took it all with ease. It is holding up well and I have used it a bit. I like this knife. Anyone who buys this knife will be happy.
The knife has a lanyard hole. The material of the blade is Carbon Steel, Black. Overall Length (inches): 11.75; Carry System: Kydex Sheath; Handle Material: Kraton. Special features: N/A.
👤I want to address the "disformation" or "casting proof" comment, which everyone seems to be incorrect about. The little dot on the knife's pommel is the pin that holds the blade to the base. The pin on the KA-BAR was left rough and exposed so that you know which way your blade edge is in low to no light conditions. If it was smooth or rough, your mind will register. The knife is a true 1211 model, stamped KA-BAR. It will last me. Put it on your camel's back for hiking. The nylon legstrap is held onto the kydex by the 4 rivits. Now pull the handle down and out towards your weak side, and all you have to do is use the shot line to get it to your pack strap.
👤Replacing my old one with this item. I thought I would respond to the negative reviews. This is a genuine Ka-Bar. It is stamped USA, but on the other side it is marked "Ka-Bar Oleans, NY." This is not a Chinese knock-off. It is the same as the original except for some minor design changes. The reviewers mentioned the pommel pin. It has always been there. The sheath is great and it came sharp. I haven't tested it yet. Will update when I do.
👤I ordered the knife even though I was a little skeptical after reading some of the other reviews. The instructions and literature were in the factory box. It is made in New York. The knife is locked in with a solid click and a strap that goes around the handle, it is a good quality Kydex. I have an original USN issue called Kabar that I compare to this one and it is almost the same. I think I will like the rubber grip better than the stacked leather blade because the leather gets a little slippery when wet. The Kydex sheath has more options than the leather. The original Kabar blade is a high carbon one, and this one says it is 1095 carbon steel the same as the original only powder coated to protect it from rusting. Everyone knows that high carbon blades have a dark tint from the carbon. The dark tint does not affect the blade in any way. This looks to be a top quality knife and I will review it after I put it through a trail period.
👤I like to use knives and weapons, but it was a bit pricey for a good one. I got some extra money and did a lot of research and found this blade. I think it's the best part of my collection. When you open the box and hold it in your hand, you know it's quality. This is a piece of steel. The workmanship that goes into a Ka-Bar is felt when you hold it. The weight and feel of this is amazing. If you are a true patriot, this blade is for you.
👤I bought this knife for my boyfriend after doing a lot of research. I was looking for a good knife for camping or survival. This knife was very good. It is not too heavy. The weight and balance is spot on, and it fits in the hand. There is a reason that this is the Marine issue knife. The sheath is made of plastic and is great for EDC. The perfect gift was the custom made survival sheath from KY Lake Leather. I wanted a gift for my boyfriend that was similar to this knife. The craftsmanship is topnotch. It has all of the essentials to keep him alive for a few days. Ky Lake Leather is making me a custom sheath for my knife and I purchased the Ka-bar Short knife because I love it so much. Look up Ky Lake Leather on the internet. You will not be disappointed.
The Texas Bushcraft steel flint has a convenient and portable design that fits in your pocket, backpack or auto glove box. Quality crafted knives and tools for every task: Whether saving time, the day, or a life, Gerber delivers professional-grade pocket knives, multitools, and equipment. A Gerber blade has you covered. The Ultimate Survival Knife and sheath features a half-seraded blade that is ideal for edge retention and cutting rope, a hammer, an emergency whistle, sharpener, and firestarter. The sheath is made of nylon and has a sharpener, Fire Starter locks into the sheath and the blade has an ergonomics rubber handle. It's built to handle any task. You can operate like an expert with the partially serrated knife. Whether used to explore, work, defend, or survive, Gerber knives tackle the tasks of daily life head on. The ultimate fixed blade survival knife is 10 ounces. Theitarian drop point blade is 2.2 The steel is made ofstainless steel. The knives for men and women are backed by a limited lifetime warranty. The ultimate fixed blade survival knife is 10 ounces. Theitarian drop point blade is 2.2 The steel is made ofstainless steel. The knives for men and women are backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
👤I bought this knife because of the good reviews, but I was wrong to think it was a USA made product, it is engineered and designed in China, and I am going to rethink all my purchases. The knife is strong, has a good grip, but could have been sharper, but it is ok. There is a whistle on the lanyard and a fire starter rod that is on the back of the blade that makes sparks. I wish the descriptions pointed out that it was made in China.
👤The Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival has taken a lot of abuse over the years. It is one of my favorite economic knives. I was looking for a spare since it was discontinued, and luckily the non-advertised version came out from Gerber. It came with a great color. See the pictures. I recommend this product for hikers who need a good economic knife.
👤I read and watched many video reviews before buying this knife. A lot of people don't like the fact that this knife is made in China. Most of the things they own are made in China. I don't think so. The craftsmanship of this knife is not as good as that of a handmade $200+ knife, but it is a pretty good knife. It is tough as nails and holds an edge. Whatever you throw at it, it can handle it. I keep it in my emergency kit when it's not in use. Fire and earthquakes are the biggest natural disaster risks in my area. I would recommend this knife to anyone looking for a heavy duty knife.
👤The knife has been good. Within the first few uses, the firestarter broke. I returned the fire starter to the store. I haven't received the replacement or a response. Terrible customer service.
👤I just got a knife and I like it. This is the same as the Ultimate Knife but without all the markings. The subdued colors of this one make it much more appealing to me, even though I like the Bear Grylls style in general. The nuts and bolts are sturdy and you can feel it right away. The flint won't fall out if it hangs upside-down, and it snaps right into a sockets on the front of the sheath. It snaps firmly into place, but it's not easy to remove. It's much easier to pry loose the flint on my official Bear Grylls Ultimate Pro than it is to use the knife blade. The sheath can be worn vertically or horozontally. The sheath has a sharpening stone under it and can be opened with a strap. Since this isn't a Bear Grylls item, it's expected that this knife doesn't have a pocket in the sheath to hold it. Even though I haven't taken this knife out into the woods yet, I will not hesitate to rely on it for my needs when they arise. This knife is also available under a different listing with a custom engraving on the blade. I went with the original because I wanted the free prime shipping, but both knives are the same price.
The blade will not slip with the security of the finger guards. Overall, 15 inch (38.1 cm) The bowie blade is 22.86 cm. A sculpted synthetic handle. Full and extended. A hole. The blade is hand ground and polished. The hand guard is intricately made. A brown buffalo hide belt sheath. A lanyard with a camo design. A replica was created based on an actual knife used in the production. There is a boxed item. You can come with a survival ferro rod necklace.
👤Excellent quality! Very sharp. This knife will not make you be disappointed. It looks great framed, I'm at collector.
👤The craftsmanship is amazing. The knife is made of Niolox steel. It is one of the newer steels. It is very good for heavy use outdoors. You can confirm it on the internet. It has a full knife. It is easy to see the steel which runs right through the handle into a bone crushing or glass breaking machine. The knife is sharp. It is a very nice knife. For the collector or the outdoors man. The steel is thick. Over the years, I have collected hundreds of knives. This knife is very close to the top of the collection. The second version is something that I will definitely buy.
👤The knife is strong. It is a great addition to my knife collection.
👤I am very happy with this purchase. It feels great and it looks great. Not only collectible but also usable.
👤Excellent quality, very sharp and sturdy. The box was strong, not cheap, and it was on the corner. The certificate was strong and not cheap. The site was sold out, it was an awesome purchase.
👤I bought this knife because I have a collection of Rambo knives. The knife is very well constructed and will be a collectible. It's not a good idea to use this knife for any bush crafting, but as a collector's item, it's perfect!
👤It's a nice knife, but it's not the same color as the picture shows. It is a gray color. It's not all finished.
The old swords of old are brought into the new era with a sleek and sharp design. Please use it with care. Made in the U.S. CPM S35VN STEEL OUTDOOR KNIFE. The ultimate bush craft knife, camping knife and hunting knife is made in the U.S. A boot knife and a perfectly balanced fixed blade belt knife weigh 7. Measures 9 ounces. 9 inches overall. The MI carta handle with finger choli is ideal for any knife with a full tang blade. The Kayden sheath knife has an easy to use locking mount for fixed blade knives. Take care of your tactical knife with sheath and they will take care of you; SOG blades are built to last and they consider all repair and replacement requests. Take care of your tactical knife with sheath and they will take care of you; SOG blades are built to last and they consider all repair and replacement requests.
👤If you're looking for an excellent tactical knife in the under $200 dollar range, I found two very similar choices. I bought both for comparison purposes because my knife collection isn't quite complete after many years. The SOG Pillar is a brand new knife that is not a lot of people have seen yet. On the right side of the blade, there is a sign that says "USA made". The CPM-S35VN premiumstainless steel blade is highly durable and will resist the effects of harsh conditions. The five inch blade has a heavy duty jimping at the grip for enhanced retention in wet or bloody conditions. The clip point keeps a nice width at the tip for piercing without worry of breaking. The knife has a distinctive look that is all business, and it has a curved blade. The skull popper has a lanyard hole. This is a tactical design that will serve hunters well. I've seen a man field dress a caribou with a knife blade on his Leatherman tool, which proves you can do that if you are experienced, but some knives will be better suited for the task than others. The SOG Pillar's blade has enough belly on it to be a decent skinning blade for any hunter. The knife is light on the back end, but it feels natural and balanced in the hand, and the canvas handles are very comfortable. The knife is instantly accessible no matter how you rig it, because the sheath uses a very tight fit to do away with safety straps. The locking mount on the sheath is low profile. Some might shy away in sticker shock but a knife of this quality is worth every cent, especially when you come to depend on it over time. This is a great blade. The tale of two knives is continuing with my review of the Benchmade fixed Contego 183 reverse tanto.
👤It is difficult to know where to start. I have been looking at this knife for several weeks because of its perfect size, CPM S35VN steel, and attractive blade design. I am a knife lover and avid collector, but I shy away from the expensive ones because I would become homeless quickly if I bought all the ones I wanted. Since there was no guarantee that the price would stay that low, I was willing to gamble on it. I opened the box after the blade arrived. I was worried about the color of the handle since the description said it was black, but several reviews said it was grey. I was happy to see that it was mostly black with a little grey mixed in. The handle is comfortable and solid, but I have felt better on less expensive knives. The look of the blade steel is amazing, with a mixture of stonewashed and satin finishing. The S35VN steel is of high quality. The knife is 5 stars. The sheath left something to be desired. The knife doesn't sit firmly when sheathed despite the fact that it comes with a variety of carrying options. If carried sideways or blade up, it would probably fall out. I would expect a better quality sheath to match the excellence of the blade at this price point. I have included in the provided pictures some of the other knives and sheaths that are of the same size that I have purchased for comparison. None of those blades cost more than $50. I still give this knife a five star rating because the blade is good enough to make up for the drawbacks of the sheath, and it is easier to find a better sheath at a cheaper price than it is to find such an excellent knife and quality sheath together for a cheaper price. The knife itself is worth it if you are on the fence about it. You will not want to drop or lose a knife in this price range, so be prepared to find a quality sheath or use the one provided in tip down configuration.
The total length is 229mm, blade length is 4.3 inches, blade thickness is 0.23 inches, and weight is 9.6 ounces. There is a total of272 g. The overall length is 21.3 cm and the blade length is 12.2 cm. It isdurable: The blade is made of reliable 8Cr13MoV. The black, thermoplastic handle is high carbon. It's permissible. The black sheath makes it ideal for everyday carry. The thumb hole is secured, so have confidence that the blade won't slip through it. The knife has a full tang design and a dual edge blade.
👤I ordered this knife as a Christmas gift and immediately after cutting my husband's hand I had to go to the ER for stitches. The sheath is cheap. The small handle of the knife makes it hard for my husband to wrap his hand around the blade. This product is dangerous due to poor design.
👤This knife appears to be well made for something less than an inch in length. That was sarcasm. The first thing that I noticed was that the knife was hard to remove. I saw a gap on the top of the sheath and saw that the blade was sharpened on both sides for the full length. These two things are just asking for an accidental cut. Next... The handle is short and awkward. The circle is 8 1/2 inches on the outside. I consider that to be small or quick. There is a If you have larger hands, your index finger will be half on the blade even if you have a small finger in the ring. . I have already thrown this knife into my junk box and wouldn't consider sending it back if someone else bought it and it was in danger. I might burn the plastic handle off the knife and use it as a weed hook. I will never try to use this knife in the same way it is now.
👤Highly incompetently designed. I didn't take it seriously because the knife was well made. The sheath is very dangerous to life and limb. It is highly likely that someone will cut off one of their own fingers because the sheath is designed in such a way that the index finger of your offhand will be exposed to an extremely sharp edge. Multiple people have already reported cutting themselves and I did the same thing. I could have lost a third of my left finger if I hadn't been paying attention. It made me feel good. It's deep because it cuts across the edge. This is a design flaw in the sheath as it opens along the cutting edge because they just got to have that Kydex snap as you pull the blade and it's too stiff with this curve, so they cheat and design the sheath to open up. Throw the sheath away if you have one. The knife should be thrown away.
👤If you don't heed my advice to save yourself 25 bucks, then please prepare a couple of band-aids, because unless you use extreme caution, this knife will cut your thumb when you draw the knife. This knife is as dangerous to you as it would be to an attacker. A knife which is a danger to the user is caused by the absence of a guard on this double edge karambit. If you hold the sheath wrong, you will get a nasty cut. If I'd gripped the sheath differently it would have cut my hand in half. This thing will cut the user even before clearing the sheath. The sheath has a single slot for a belt to pass through, making for an inconsistent, sloppy draw. The ring is too large and might interfere with some combat techniques. Normally a blade which arrives super sharp as this did, would be a plus factor, but not so much when the user is equally likely to feel the bite of that sharp blade. I bought it because I have several Schrade knives in my collection. This is not one of them. Save 25 bucks and buy a better knife.
The overall length is 23.11 cm and the weight is 0.50 lbs. The dimensions are 7. The overall length is 19 cm and the blade length is 7 cm. It isdurable: The blade is made of reliable 8Cr13MoV. A black, glass filled nylon handle with a black oxide high carbon steel. It's permissible. The nylon fiber sheath with pocket clip is ideal for everyday carry. The blade will not slip with the security of the finger choil. The knife has a lanyard hole.
👤The sheath is lacking. I would like the clip to be mounted for L/R carry and more tacticle texture for knife deployment. The knife is decent, but you'll need to put your preferred edge on it as the sharpness isn't great from the factory. The sheath needs improvement.
👤The first impression is nice, I wanted an inexpensive fixed blade and found it at Dicks. The blade is sharp. The knife is the right size for me. The sheath is the downside. 1. I tried to put the clip on my belt, but it broke. Return to Dicks. 2. The second one didn't work out. I have to pry it open to put it on my belt. 3. You can't get the knife out without pulling the sheath off your belt. I am sure it will loosen up over time, but it might as well be a folder with these issues. 4. The place to push the sheath off could have a little more area.
Survival knife full tang products from Schrade. In this article about survival knife full tang you can see why people choose the product. Xyj and Szco Supplies are also good brands to look for when you are finding survival knife full tang.
Schrade, Xyj and Szco Supplies are some of the best brands that chosen by people for survival knife full tang. Find the detail in this article. Sog, Ontario Knife Company and Ka-bar are also brands that their products are worth to check.