A true survivalist will have a good knife.
Looking for the best survival knife, SHOULD be a big deal when looking at emergency situations, as you sure don’t want to be caught in a bad situation with a tool that isn’t up to the task, and there is NO END to what can be done with a simple, yet good pocket knife.
And here in the Northwest part of the beautiful United States, most guys STILL carry some sort of multi-purpose tool or knife on their belt.
It is not unusual at all to see a rifle slung across the back of a pickup truck as well.
It’s actually sort of a shame how so many folks are afraid of guns and knives today. Depending where you are, people freak out when they see one fastened to your belt. Because of what the movies and media have made knives out to be, it is no wonder, I guess.
But just go camping for awhile or hand out anywhere in the wilderness and mountains, and you will be looking for the best survival knife out there!
Read our brief review on one of our top selling emergency knives, which happens to be a Gerber LMF ll.(knife pictured here)
We have added a page with some info on Military Knives Here.
The Tom Brown Tracker Knife has become a very popular knife as well and is also considered to be one of the best knife options today since the movie “The Hunted” came out in ’03.
(Here is a brief review on the Tracker)
remember that a GOOD all purpose knife is one of the most important partsof your emergency preparedness kit.
A few notes…
A few notes on choosing the best survival knife…
First of all, here are a few things your knife should NOT have or be…
- A hollow handle … many folks think one of those knives with a hollow handle, filled with all preparedness gear is the one to choose… not necessarily so… especially with the cheaper models as the hollow handle tends to weaken the strength of the knife, making this kind NOT such a great option.
- Huge oversized Rambo knife…maybe…
Most survivalist guys DON’T prefer to carry a big over sized knife, but I guess it depends on what you are looking for.
Sometimes smaller is better!