Traveling with knives abroad is a daunting challenge, and it can get you in trouble if you don’t pay attention to a few particularities. Even a pocket knife can be considered a dangerous weapon, and you may have to explain yourself to people that are not familiar with the preparedness lifestyle and, even worse, the English language.
The fast-growing twin sports of knife and tomahawk throwing began some years after the end of World War II as a revival of the sporting activities on the American frontiers of a century or more ago.
Are you thinking of heading out into the wilderness for adventure? The wilderness is a tough place to be whether you accidentally find yourself there or just go on an adventure. Therefore, before heading out you need to be prepared for survival.
After buying my second Gurkha Kukri knife, my wife started saying that I have a knife obsession and I have too many of them. I tried to explain to her that finding a perfect survival knife is an ongoing search and it’s just like finding the perfect partner in life. She didn’s seem too much impressed by my explaining, and she still thinks I should stop buying knives. Well, what can you do…
When it comes to EDC, everyone has an option and they tailor their EDC according to their needs. There are so many options that it makes it difficult to pick the right gear for you. At this point, after many years of responsible carry, I can recommend my defensive loadout for your EDC.
Remember the rifle mantra from Full Metal Jacket, Kubrick’s take on the army life? Just as a rifle’s the soldier’s best friend, so’s a utility knife for the survivalist. In this article, we’re going to show you some of the best wilderness survival knives available on the market. Some of them are variations on iconic melee weapons (knives used by soldiers in hand-to-hand combat) while others were designed for wilderness survival only.
They say that a real survivalist has a knife that will help him survive through harsh times. In fact, the reality is different and most preppers and survivalists have more than one knife. Buying the right knife for all your survival or camping needs is not easy. I suggest you follow these tips when purchasing a knife.
When people start talking about survival, prepping or off-grid living, the most contentious debate occurs over which survival knife is best. All sort of questions are asked and eventually, some people will settle on a certain type of knife. In this article, we will approach the survival knife debate from a different angle. We will look at the top seven styles of knives for survivalists.
In any survival situation, there are some items that are really versatile. These things should be a must for any survival bag. These items have so many different uses that it would be a mistake not to have them. You’ve probably heard about some of them, but you might not know about their many applications.
Picking out a knife for your EDC is harder than one would expect. The blade type plays an important role in the use of your knife. There are so many different models in a surprising number of styles and materials. The price range dramatically varies from a model to the other.