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Morakniv Clipper 840 Carbon Steel Fixed Blade

The Morakniv Clipper 840 Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife with Carbon Steel Blade is one of the flagship products of Mora of Sweden. Utility knives are terrific all-purpose knives that can be used for a variety of jobs ranging from cutting meat to outdoors work such as hacking off branches from trees. Although the term was originally used to refer to fixed-blade knives, …

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Spyderco Kapara Review

Check Price :  First Thoughts 2018 has been filled with lots of activity in the knife industry, and one of the events is the release of Spyderco’s newest models called the Kapara.  A part-time knifemaker from Australia has recently caught the attention of Spyderco execs and as a result, knifemaker Alistair Phillips is Spyderco’s newest collaborator/designer. A full member of the …

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Cold Steel Pendleton Review

Bigger knives are not necessarily better (Sorry, Crocodile Dundee.). This fact is proven by this Cold Steel Pendleton Hunter review. These knives are Cold Steel’s attempt at copying the kinds of knives that master knife maker Lloyd Pendleton made. Although these knives may be on the short side (The blade is just 3 ½ inches long.), they are made with …

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Alternative Camping Shelters : Floating, Rooftop, Inflatables!

There are an overwhelming number of camping tents on the market nowadays. They vary in weight, size, and shape to accommodate a variety of camping needs and something can fit nearly everyone’s wish list.  Typically, the lighter the tent, the more expensive it is.  Also, the more extreme the camping conditions, the more cash you’ll have to lay out for …

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Russia’s Spetsnaz Survival Machete

  This weird Russian survival tool has more uses than any US survival knife and can save your life in the wilderness or urban environment. It can hammer, chop, cut, pry, saw, pummel, and you can even use it as a ruler. Who are the Spetsnaz? The Spetsnaz is the Russian special forces group. It was created during WWII to …

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Benchmade Sibert Adamas 275 Knife Review

Benchmade’s (Sibert) Adamas knife is one of the top quality survival knives made in the US. It appears and feels much like a combat knife but the Adamas isn’t classified as military. Nevertheless, the feel, the sturdiness, and the quality give more value to its average price of $150. This Benchmade Adamas knives review will talk about the Benchmade company, …

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The Best Balisong Trainer | Best Butterfly Trainer Knife

Are you looking to learn how to flip Balisongs? Well, you can go out and buy a real Balisong knife but, if you don’t know what you are doing, you can easily cut yourself. Not a fun experience, trust me. This guide will walk you through the top 3 Balisong trainer knives. It’ll teach you what to look for in …

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Pink Pocket Knife

Are you looking for a pink EDC (every day carry) pocket knife? Or just a pink knife that you can use to cut open boxes at work? I know that KnifeUp and many other survival review sites are geared for men but, for this article, I’ll focus on what many ladies are looking for.  In our culture of blended genders …

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420HC Steel Overview

420HC Steel holds a higher carbon production rate than some stainless steels. The content is softer than the higher number steel count 440, yet it’s more rugged than other similar products. This steel material has a greater carbon base and is mixed to a harder finish than 420 stainless steels, but under normal processes, falls around 55 HRC.  Given the …

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Fox USA Forza Lockback Knife Review

First Thoughts The roots of the modern Fox Cutlery Company started to form in 1977 after its founder Oreste Frati started the company after years of experience in the commercial cutlery industry. The city of Maniago in Italy is (and has been for a very long time) known for its steel blade manufacturing, and by most standards would be very comparable …