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akapennypincher 11-29-2012 16:59

If you could have just on Fixed Blade for Survival?
 
What would you pick?

ThatGuyDave 11-29-2012 17:06

SOG SEAL Elite. Got it. Love it. And I use the heck out of it camping so I know it holds up.

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Batesmotel 11-29-2012 17:37

Bill Bagwell custom.

countrygun 11-29-2012 19:00

My Chris Reeve,

http://i1231.photobucket.com/albums/...G/100_0472.jpg



Not because of the hollow handle but because it is all one piece of good steel, no scales to come off, no guard to loosen.

Angry Fist 11-29-2012 19:04

My ESSE-5.

TurboRocket 11-29-2012 20:56

Maybe something in a Bark River, like a Bravo 1.5.

Angry Fist 11-29-2012 21:08

Quote:

Originally Posted by countrygun (Post 19682805)
My Chris Reeve,

http://i1231.photobucket.com/albums/...G/100_0472.jpg



Not because of the hollow handle but because it is all one piece of good steel, no scales to come off, no guard to loosen.

Howsa 'bout a link to one of those? Nice!

countrygun 11-29-2012 21:24

Quote:

Originally Posted by Angry Fist (Post 19683378)
Howsa 'bout a link to one of those? Nice!

They were way expensive at the time and Chris Reeve (he has a website) quit making them for a variety of reasons, I think what he had to charge for them was making it difficult.

He has a line of nice "traditional" knives however. Those models are now in the "Collector's" realm.

boomchakabowwow 11-30-2012 14:46

Just one? I would choose an axe.

milspecnsn 11-30-2012 15:03

Becker Bk7 or Campanion


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Bren 11-30-2012 15:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by countrygun (Post 19683438)
They were way expensive at the time and Chris Reeve (he has a website) quit making them for a variety of reasons, I think what he had to charge for them was making it difficult.

He has a line of nice "traditional" knives however. Those models are now in the "Collector's" realm.

I used to have one and sold it on Ebay. Wiish I still had it.

Leigh 11-30-2012 15:25

Tough to pick just one!

OK, Ka-Bar short kukri....1095 carbon steel, has heft, not as long or as lightweight as a Tramontina machete but will handle about any chore that a fixed blade requires.

Bushcraft and the skinning of game? Not so much but for that, a folder would suffice.

NeverMore1701 11-30-2012 15:59

Esee Junglas would do fine, I have plenty of quality folders to handle the more delicate stuff.

nra-life-member 11-30-2012 20:22

At a Bargain price - the Glock Field Knife w/ Saw.

bdcochran 11-30-2012 20:27

Any blade made by Kent Turnipseed, Chandler, AZ.

Otherwise, Ontario TFI. The sheath is very well designed and versatile for a number of methods of carry. The knife is full tang and fits the hand well. The scales are perfect. The steel is easily sharpened.:wavey:

John Biltz 12-01-2012 23:30

Randall Model 1. I've owned one since '83. Been around the world with it and used it hard on Uncle Sam's dime.

Maine1 12-02-2012 04:04

Bowie knife, made right.
A Bagwell custom? maybe.

Or one i make myself.

Joshhtn 12-02-2012 05:57

I'm old school... USMC Ka-Bar.

Kentguy 12-02-2012 21:54

"SOG SEAL Elite. Got it. Love it. And I use the heck out of it camping so I know it holds up"... ThatGuyDave

:agree:

If you could only have one... :thumbsup:

syntaxerrorsix 12-03-2012 14:56

This..

http://i370.photobucket.com/albums/o...154541_363.jpg

or this.

http://i370.photobucket.com/albums/o...155224_826.jpg


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