Best Survival Machete Kit

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1. Rambo Knives Masterpiece Collection Standard

Rambo Knives Masterpiece Collection Standard

Overall, 14. The blade is 8 inches long. The handle is black. The bowie style blade has a polished finish. A replica was created based on an actual knife used in the production. The first edition. There is a limited edition of 5000. A certificate of authenticity has a serial number. The buffalo hide belt has a lanyard and leg tie. It was boxed. bowies is a category. China is the country of origin.

Brand: Ramboa Knives Masterpiece Collection

👤I bought this knife from an Amazon seller. You get what you see in the pictures. The Rambo First Blood Part II Knife, Officially licensed and produced by Hollywood Collectibles Group, and the same version, but with the same signature on the blade, are the only two that have the correct movie version. The blade is awesome. The best reproduction version so far and I have had/have all of them including the original Jimmy Lile knife. The cord-wrap feels good in your hand, the compass built into the butt cap is a bit clunky, and the Handle is well made. There is no big deal. There is a The sheath is mint. It's very thick. It might look like it is black online, but it is not. It's a very, very, very dark real leather brown. I love it because it's the same as the original. The gold diamond sharpening rod in its leather pouch is a great addition to make this even more authentic. I like the standard versions more than the signature ones. They have a knife that has Sig on it. I think the same seller has that one as well.

👤This is my favorite Rambo knife, it's very solid and sturdy, and it comes very sharp... I now own all 5 movie knives. The sheath is a good value.

👤The design of this knife is excellent, but it is not good enough to be used. If the design of the knife was as good as it is, then this could be an all in one survival kit, with a knife, saw, compass, glass breaker, screwdrivers, paracord, and hollow handle. I thought that it would be signed by John Rambo, but it may be his hand writing.

👤The sheath is not movie accurate, but this is the best version of the knife to date.

👤The one they advertise is not the one that comes with the diamond rod sharpener on the sheath, and the one I paid for is not worth the money.

👤It was difficult to get dislike out of handle.

👤The best knife for survival.

👤The licence de reproduction du couteau de Rambo II is sous. Mon colis est arrivé plus tt.


2. Kabar Field Spork Knife Green

Kabar Field Spork Knife Green

The company has a limited lifetime warranty on workmanship and materials. The overall length was 6.875” and the blade length was 2.52”. The handle stamp is KA-BAR. The utensil handle separates to remove the knife.

Brand: Ka-bar

👤I am currently searching for the ultimate one piece field eating utensil. This item is one of several I have ordered and am evaluating. There are other devices on the market that fit my needs better than the one that is well made and covers all three tools. The spoon is too small and the fork is too short. It will do the job and there is nothing wrong with it. It comes down to personal style and finding a piece of kit that fits your needs. Thanks to Blade Shop and Amazon.

👤These are great. I use them all the time. They are my lunch box utensils. During lunch, always ask questions. The little hole at the end is a downfall, but it's worth it to have these. A great gift would be camping utensils. The product is very sturdy.

👤These are great for backpacking and camping. I will buy more for my family.

👤The knife was cleaned up well.

👤The three pack is a great product.

👤The knife is small and narrow. The job is done.

👤They were well made and used for their purpose on several camping trips. The value is great.

3. Condor Tool Knife Primitive Handle

Condor Tool Knife Primitive Handle

It was made from the highest quality materials. It was built for performance andDurability.

Brand: Condor Tool & Knife

👤I was very disappointed when I received this knife, it was dull and scratched, smudged, and blemished. Someone else tried it out before selling it. The second one wasn't much better than the first one. There were small scratches on the blade, but the steel looked a little better. The handle on this one was not finished. Since it's new, I should be the one to put the first scratches on it. I don't know if I should send them back and get a refund, or keep the one with the good handle, and spend some time cleaning the blade. Very disappointed!

👤This knife is very sharp. I was unsure about buying it because it seemed so basic. Many blades have bells and whistles. The knife is light and strong, and does manage every need I've asked of it. You can see more ways to apply this in the field if you watch Matt use this knife. The sheath is the best part. The sheath is a work of art and not to take away from the knife. I thought that not having a loop for your belt would be a problem. The sheath is designed to slip into the belt, shmegah wrap, or just down the pants, keeping it out of the way. You get yourself in different places in the field. The knife can be moved in a second. The leather looks like it was made by the best craftsman in the village. I felt like I was on a journey far away when I took it out of the box. This knife feels like an artifact of legend. The blade is strong, the handle is comfortable, and the knife does some serious work. It changed the way I view my other knives. I love this knife.

👤The leather sheath is worth more than the total price. It is a different sheath in how it is retained. Since the sheath is not a loop, it is easier to draw the knife with it than it is to use it. This spoon was carved out of my fire wood pile by the blade. If you have a new knife and time on your hands, you should use it. I hunted deep in the brush and wanted to replace my machete with a smaller knife. It doesn't have enough length to get through the brush. Take your wife to dinner and add one more toy to the pile of goodness growing in your knife drawer. Maybe you can use your new knife to cut that steak.

👤I fell in love with this knife's handle, it was one of my favorites. I don't use this knife very much. I've already bought two. I was a bit weary at first, but the top edge rarely gets in my way and will with drilling. I end up wanting to do more than other commentators when it comes to drilling. I like how light this knife is and how big it is. It feels like a big knife. The design of the sheath is great. I might carry more knives in the belt. I don't feel the need for the 1075 version of carbon steel. In Central Texas, rust always ends up being an issue before the need to make fire is an issue. I bought a second one of the same type and put it in my adventure pack.

4. Humvee HMV KC ER1 Black Emergency Rescue

Humvee HMV KC ER1 Black Emergency Rescue

The utensil handle separates to remove the knife. The half-serrated blade is 3-1/4" in length. The multi-function knife has seatbelt emergency cutter, glass breaker, and pocket clip. The knife has an anti-slip grip. The lock secures the blade in an open position. The flashlight has a black body. The knife has an anti-slip grip and Linerlock that secures the blade in an open position. The flashlight has a no-slip grip and is black.

Brand: Campco

👤I bought this knife/ flashlight combo kit for my wife, who is in an Army Reserves medical unit. She commented that she would like to have a knife like the one I bought for myself. Since the MTech was a bit more on the flashy side but not what I'd consider a workhorse, I decided to see what was available in the same price range but better suited for more utility purposes. I thought it would be appropriate for her to keep the knife in the car and carry it during her "one weekend a month" drills, since I don't think I'd buy it with the intention of it being a serious duty knife. The handle construction of this knife seems sturdy enough that it should survive at least one trip through a windshield, even though I don't put much stock in add-ons. I always consider whether or not there is any finger protection in case a sawing attempt goes awry, and this handle design offers at least a little defense against skinned knuckles from runaway tree branches or whatever else a person might try to saw with this knife. I agree with my wife that the grip and weight are comfortable. I didn't try to open the knife with one hand, but I did lock and unlocked it. There is no movement in the blade. The flashlight isn't anything to brag about, it's pretty bright and powered by a singleAAA battery. It's functional, but that's all I'll say about it. Although some reviewers say they'd carry it in a pocket, I'd probably only carry it in a shirt or coat pocket as the flashlight is pretty fragile. The first time that a battery was put in, it was shown that it's not as sturdy as a mini Maglite or even the least expensive tactical lights. It will suffice if you need to illuminate a dark room. In the event that my wife gets deployed or wants to get a proper survival knife, I'll look for something bigger that will cost more, but for her current needs, the Humvee will do just fine. The price I paid for the knife alone is reasonable, and the flashlight is a nice extra.

👤It's probably best to keep this in the vehicle in case of an emergency, which is what the HMV-KC-ER1 is. The blade pivot action is too tight and the two loose retaining screws on the side need to be loosened slightly. I only have a small T10 and it looks like I need a T8 torx to accomplish all of the above. The blade seems to be aligned at an angle. The blade is not even close to the point. The liner lock over the centers when you wrist- flick it open and it becomes hard to release one-handed. I was hoping for better quality after paying $18-19. I should be able to fix most of them, but I shouldn't have to use a brand new knife to fix them. It does not have any blade play and feels solid. I keep it because it won't be an everyday carry and I don't care if it works as designed if I ever need it.

5. CRKT M16 13FX EDC Knife Serrations

CRKT M16 13FX EDC Knife Serrations

The genuine Buffalo hide leather sheath is high quality. The cutting power of rope and straps is extremely sharp. The G10 handle has an exceptional grip. The sheath is made of glass reinforced nylon and has mounting options. The design was created by Kit Carson in Kentucky. The company has a limited lifetime warranty on workmanship and materials. The company has a limited lifetime warranty on workmanship and materials.

Brand: Columbia River Knife & Tool

👤The knife rusted after being used once. I spoke to a company rep who said that their knives are not rust proof. I have to send it back to see if the warranty will cover it. If the knife was left submerged in the sea for a few days, that was not the case. Things get wet and damp at this company. The knives should be strong. My nephew cleans up our puget sound. A man on the dock had a knife that my nephew said was great. I knew what to get him. I don't know if it's expensive or not, but I know it's the perfect size and sharper than anything else.

👤The knife is on point, the blade is thick, the case is strong, and the handle is plastic. I read how long it was, but it just feels longer.

👤Great knife! The knife is very light and balanced, it has a lot of blade, and you can use gloves if you want to, but the serrations on the blades are something I don't like. I think we all agree we want a fix blade M16 knife.

👤Excellent retention is achieved by sheath. Guard for hand. Carry it as an edc and use it as an inverted strong side.

👤I'm always happy with the quality of the knifes from the company. They have never let me down and I have always had the brand.

👤I have the best fixed blade knife.

6. Throwing Stainless Sheaths Recreation Competition

Throwing Stainless Sheaths Recreation Competition

Safe storage. The survival knife has a 7 inch blade and is a quick release hard sheath that keeps you safe when not in use. DIMENSIONS The overall length of Axes is 10 inch (25.4 cm) with an individual weight of .5 lbs and a combined weight of 2 lbs/Knives. This combo kit is perfect for beginners and experts because of the ease of use and the axes have three sharp edges for level throwing. Both sets come with a black nylon sheath that holds the axes and knives together for added security. Axes have bottle openers for use at large events or with smaller groups.

Brand: Smith & Wesson

👤The knives were too small and light to be used. They won't stick just bounce, no matter what you do or throw. There is a The soft alloy they are built from allows edges to nick and chip very easily. The handle design of hatchets makes them difficult to throw.

👤The War Axe is perfect. The front edge is great. The knives in the set are too large. The knives are light. The 10 would be perfect. I have been throwing for years at an advanced level. Here is the thing. I'm not a spin thrower. To throw these knives and make them stick, a lot of power needs to be used. It takes a lot of technique and power to throw a No spin throw. My advice is to get the axes. These knives will make you angry and frustrated. My suggestion is to get a set of 3 or more Cold Steel 12 Sure Flight Sports. Spreading the love for throwing.

👤I have no idea what I'm doing, but it's fun to throw weapons in the basement during the Pandemic.

👤I put up a large board in the backyard of a friend's house without his knowledge. There was a spray painted body with a photocopied face on the board. I left him a folder with all the political figures that were in it. It's similar to voting, but with an axe.

👤We are still throwing these after several months. I am going to buy another set. Purchasing a higher quality steel when you learn how to throw the knifes and axes makes sense. You will miss less and stick more, that means less chance to break them. My family really like the axes. If you get careless, they will cut you. Adding that to the weight of the axes means they will stick into wood. They are very easy to throw and all three of us were sticking them on every throw. I was concerned after reading the reviews that the knives would break, they were the same quality and had good weight to them. They held up to me, and I threw hard. The draw back to the knives is dull. It is like a steel bar that has been smoothed to avoid scratching the user, and then one end drawn to a point. The tip will pierce the skin with little effort, the rest of the blade would smash butter as you tried to get it from a container to butter your bread. I recommend both for training. I can get the knives to stick about 75% of the time if I sharpen them. Their weight makes up for the sharpness. I want to learn to throw. They are doing their job well because I am getting my grip on them. The steel used in a throwing blade needs to flex or it will break. I expected the steel to be good. We smoothed out the jagged parts of the axes with a wet stone after several hours of throwing, these are minor and only take a few minutes per axe. The marring would need to be removed completely. We are going to throw them again because they don't need to be perfect. They are soft steel and need maintenance, but it is necessary. The same thing is done with the steel. I will be sharpening them soon. I need to take them to the grinder to put a rough edge on them because they didn't even pretend to put a cutting edge on them. It is impossible to cut yourself on them because the knife slopes to a point. I would let them throw them if they weren't for the point. I grew up buying the cheapest thing around or making my own stuff. I have thrown sheet metal thick throwing stars and knives. Camping axes and hatchets. This is the best axes and knives I have ever purchased.

7. Rambo Knives Sylvester Stallone Signature

Rambo Knives Sylvester Stallone Signature

Take care of your tactical knife and they will take care of you; SOG fixed blade hunting knives are built to last and they consider all repair and replacement requests. Each knife has a serial number. A thick blade with saw teeth. A stone is in a leather pouch.

Brand: Rambo Knives

👤I'm updating my review. My 11 year old son saved money to buy this because he loves Rambo. It was only displayed in his room. He dripped it on the kitchen floor last night. The bungle! My child is out of a knife, but he lost over $100 on it. Beyond angry.

👤I opened the box and found the knife, but the non magnetic aluminum cap with precision compass was not there. It was shipped without it. I can't imagine how this was an oversight. This amount of money for a collection object is not more of a disappointment than a waste of money.

👤This is not an original Jimmy. Unless you are a very rich person, this is the best thing to do for Jimmy. They are mass produced, they aren't perfect, I can't get my survival kit out, but I won't be on the run from the local police in the British Columbia mountains with nothing but this knife. 36 years have passed since those days. I think that's correct. I don't understand why Sly made signature pieces, but I will use this mfer in the field. I got a better stone to replace the one that came with it. It is usable, you can have fun with it, legal. That know no responsibility. It arrived quickly as well.

👤The best edition of the knives is this one. The craftmanship is close to the original with 14 saw teeth and a special cut in the blade. The leather sheath with grinding stone is a bonus that has never been seen before in any of the other editions. The knife comes with a nice box. The knife is numbered, but there is no COA alttough. This extra small effort could have been done by Master Cutlery. If you are looking for a better edition of the original handmade knives, they are pricey, but they are considered to be items for very serious Rambo knife collectors.

👤The blade was dull. The stitching on the holder was not done. I was surprised they sent this out. A $5 kitchen knife cuts better than an unfinished stitch job.

👤You must be kidding me. How dare you try to make people believe there is something wrong with this knife? I don't need to post a picture or video of this RAMBO KNIFE. You need to get a signature edition before they are all gone. You have 5738 knives. I hope I made myself clear enough. What do you see? What do you think? I'm not going to waste my time making a list, every component of this knife works. If his original knives are going bad, Sylvester Stallone should buy a Signature Edition Knife. (Haz7maX)

👤If you want a quality knife, this is the one for you, it's a show piece, and a damn fine one. If you guys can help me out again, I'm looking for the Rambo three.

👤I gave it to my brother. He plays with the knife like a child.

8. KA BAR KA1249 BRK 2 1249 9 Kukri

KA BAR KA1249 BRK 2 1249 9 Kukri

The machetes category has a name. Made in the USA or imported. The machete has a carbon-steel blade. It's ideal for clearing campsites and chopping weeds.

Brand: Ka-bar

👤I bought the Ontario and Kabar Kukris. These were supposed to be the best under $100. The kabar kukri has a better sheath than the Ontario one. I could easily carry it. The Ontario sits better on my hip than the sheath does. The kabar has two retention straps, but can be drawn with the top one unbuttoned. It is very safe. The retention strap is buttoned and the Ontario only has one. I don't feel like it would fall out even if I ran or climbed a 4 wheeler, but the extra strap on the kabar feels more secure. The kabar sheath would last longer if it was carried daily. The Ontario doesn't hang too low because it sits higher on the hip. The knife is less noticeable as it rides closer to the body. The kabar has a ring on it that allows it to hang out from your body. It's more comfortable but hangs lower, which makes the knife seem larger. When mounted like this, it hangs down to my knee. It will hang straight down when you sit down with it on a chair. This makes it more comfortable but it also makes it more noticeable. The curve on the bottom of Ontario is more pronounced. That gives it better balance and is more traditional. I like the look of the kabar up top. The Ontario is a better fighting knife when you swing it. The swings with the Ontario are quicker. The kabar is a better chopper for trees with thick branches. The Ontario has a thicker spine that runs all the way to the tip. The kabar is thinner and the spine is cut in half. The Ontario would be superior if you plan to split fire wood with a knife. I don't think you could go wrong with either of these knives. The Kabar would be perfect if it was balanced and the spine was thicker. The total package is a better one. The Ontario is a better knife if you only compare it to a knife. I would give the win to Kabar because of the horrible sheath on the Ontario.

👤Absolutely trash. The first time I used this knife, it broke.

👤I've been using this for over a year. This blade has served me well on many occasions, including clearing downed trees from the roads. It feels natural in the hand. I'm looking to offer up an alternative carrying position using the sheath. You can run a belt through the D-loop and the front retention strap to get the knife to sit on your lower back. The D-loop doesn't allow you to mirror this arrangement and put the handle on your right side unless you're willing to flip the blade edge-up and rely solely on the front strap for blade retention. It isn't much of a problem for a blade of this size and style to be used for longer tasks, as most people would be using it for longer tasks when it isn't needed to be manipulated into or out of the sheath as frequently.

9. Morakniv Fixed Blade Pocket Sized Stainless Firestarter

Morakniv Fixed Blade Pocket Sized Stainless Firestarter

The sheath is black and has a belt loop to keep the knife at your side. The winner of the 2016 award was based on quality, innovation, design, and practicality. The Sandvik 12C 27 blade is a high strength, tough and resistant to rust. The neck kit has a hard plastic sheath, firesteel, paracord and secondary lock. The total length is 146 cm, the blade length is 56 cm, the blade thickness is 0.8 inches, and the weight is 80g. The manufacturer has a 1-year warranty.

Brand: Morakniv

👤I like the knife. A lot. It's great! It works well for small tasks and it feels great in the hand. The sheath was the reason I gave it 4 stars. The knife does not fit securely in it. You can hear the knife moving if you shake it. When I put the knife in the sheath, it doesn't click. My Mora companion fits very securely in the sheath with no movement at all and a nice audible "click" when it slides in. My sheath looks like it's been used, or it's just cheap. There are some scratches on it and one of the retention pieces in the inside looks a little worn, which could be the cause of the first problem. The knife fits securely with the leather strap I bought. I'm not worried about losing the knife, but it's disappointing. It's a neck knife and you can't attach it to your belt, but a pocket clip or belt would be nice. There is a small scratch on the handle of the knife. The knife is very good. It feels great in my hand, it cuts easily. The quality control seems to be not that good. I decided to make a small fire kit out of the video from Ultimate Survival tips. The sheath was wrapped with the survivor cord and the fire steel and SOL tabs were held in ranger bands. It turned out pretty well.

👤To neck knife kit or not to neck knife kit? I love it! I do. I was hovering over this one for a long time and I am happy to have it in my possession. I remembered that on every episode of dual survival,Cody Lundin wore a Morakiv, and that's a pretty convincing endorsement in my opinion. The Sandvik steel is very impressive in person and was a big selling point for me. I don't think you'll be wearing it under a shirt, because it's small and light. You could work with this tool all day. The handle is strong. The handle looks great and adds a lot to the grip. I was very excited to break it out and I love the red color. I also bought my girlfriend a blue one. I'm the best. I like the color of it. I wanted them to be unnatural colors so they would be easy to find on the forest floor, and I almost bought the black one. I went back and forth on the neck knife kit and whether I really needed it since I was buying two. Do you need it? Nope. Am I happy with it? Yes. This thing is not going to fall out of its sheath. It's tight and nice to have. I'm happy with it because I think it may loose over its lifetime, which is one of the reasons I'm happy with it. It comes with a firesteel that is very high quality, the right size to add to the necklace and rains sparks like champ, especially against the spine of the blade. The leather safety strap is very tight and easy to put in place. It holds the knife well. If you want a leather safety strap, you can get it for free if you spend $10 bucks on firesteel. Morakiv has won me over with this one.

10. Sheffield 12140 Fletcher Tanto Machete

Sheffield 12140 Fletcher Tanto Machete

The multi-use plier is a successful belt fishing tool set that will help you get more fish. It's ideal for kayak fishing, lure fishing, fly fishing, flash and saltwater fishing. It is a great gift for Father's Day, Christmas,Thanksgiving,birthdays and other occasions. The ultimate survival tool. The machete is perfect for your tactical gear. The blade is 12 inches long and comes with a ripper gut hook and black-oxide finish. The grip. A 6 inch over-sized aggressively-scalloped ABS handle is uniquely designed for control and comfort. Your machete is always within reach with the above military grade 1680D nylon sheath. Overall length is 18 inches (12 inch blade, 6 inch handle), full-tang, and weight is 18.27 Oz.

Brand: Sheffield

👤The top and bottom edge of the advertisement are being sharpened. The bottom edge is the only one that is sharpened. The reason I bought this knife was because I thought the edges were sharper. The quality of construction is very good.

👤The heavy enuf was used to do the job. It is possible to carry a compact enuf and not get in the way.

👤The handle was loose when I pulled it out of the box, but I would give it a 7 out of 10.

11. Glock Field Knife Fixed Battlefield

Glock Field Knife Fixed Battlefield

essential gear for camping, backpacking, and more Spring steel HRC 55 is treated with phosphate. The total length is silding

Brand: Glock

👤This is a top quality knife. It's best to leave it to Glock to make it high quality and affordable at the same time. There are a couple of things that are not obvious. The handle is made of wood. It is easy to access by removing a plug. A guy on the net suggested you keep a small nail in the handle. You could use the nail to attach the knife to the pole and use it as a spear. There is a small hole in the cap. The knife was sharp but not great. I took a ceramic hone and worked on the steel for 45 minutes. Shaving is sharp. I am not sure if the description is accurate. Black oxide is listed as the finish. Don't think so. It's more of a paint made from a type of metal. There is nothing to really worry over. I have seen some positive lock ups on production knives, but none like that of Sheath. It is worth a very modest asking price. Going to get a few more in assoreted colors. I was on the fence for a couple of years. Don't worry. In any event, Amazon is going to stand behind it. Enjoy a top quality product if you waste a few bucks.

👤The fit and finish won't win any awards. All Glock products are manufactured for their reliability and durability. I reviewed a lot of different knives for long term reliable survival and have come to the conclusion that you don't have to spend a fortune to get the job done. You can spend hundreds of dollars on a custom survival knife, but it is only for collections or bragging rights, and you can get the job done with a $40 knife that could easily last a lifetime of survival use. You can destroy them, but you will have to work very hard to do so. Is there more premium blade steels out there? I don't think they will make a difference in a survival situation. These are inexpensive and can be used for the price of one high dollar unit. Is there cheaper blades available? Would I trust the cheap blade steels? Nope. I trust that these are designed for military issues.

👤I just got it. I haven't tried it, but I'm impressed. I've been talking about this knife for a while. I decided to give the Ontario survival knife a try after it popped up for a few dollars less than I had expected. A lot of reviews said these were dull, but mine was very sharp. The weight feels balanced. The poly handle is solid and not flimsy, but it is a bit slick. The blade is stout and feels like paint. The end cap is supposed to be removed to use it as a bayonet, but it seems like you'd have a hard time getting it off as it's very tight. The sheath isn't spectacular. You need to jam your finger between the knife and the latch to remove it. It gets a little sore after a while. It's not perfect, but I would buy it again.


What is the best product for survival machete kit?

Survival machete kit products from Ramboa Knives Masterpiece Collection. In this article about survival machete kit you can see why people choose the product. Ka-bar and Condor Tool & Knife are also good brands to look for when you are finding survival machete kit.

What are the best brands for survival machete kit?

Ramboa Knives Masterpiece Collection, Ka-bar and Condor Tool & Knife are some of the best brands that chosen by people for survival machete kit. Find the detail in this article. Campco, Columbia River Knife & Tool and Smith & Wesson are also brands that their products are worth to check.

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