Best Survival Knife – Reviews and Ratings
|Rank||Name||Value For The Money||Overall Rating||Info|
|Cold Steel Pendleton||Review|
|Gerber Knives – LMF II||Review|
|Cold Steel Recon Tanto||Review|
|Ka-Bar Becker Bk7||Review|
There are a number of things to consider when you are choosing a survival knife. Bulk, size, and weight are three very important factors to add in to your decision. Some people might feel they want a knife that is flashy, but you don’t need a knife with a blade that is long and showy.
When a knife falls, it usually lands on its tip. That makes it very important to have a knife with a strong tip. The thickness of a survival blade should be anywhere from 5/32 to 8/32 of an inch. That thickness is just right in helping make the best survival knife.
Smooth and serrated are the two blades that any survivalist should know a little something about. If you are hunter looking to skin and fillet any of your kills, a serrated knife might be the best for you. Serrated blades cut through flesh like it was butter.