Pocket Knife Reviews. Step-by-Step – Pocket Knife Info
So to help you with your choice of the best pocket knife, I've made an overview of the best pocket knives from the best knife brands.
Premium Stag & Copper Drop Point
This Behring Made drop point features a nice fat 1 3/4" belly for a truly hefty personality. The blade is hand forged from 3/16" thick high carbon 01 tool steel and measures 5" from tip to guard with a razor sharp hollow grind and a hammermark finish. The copper guard is soldered in place above black, maroon and copper spacers as well as a premium hand selected sambar stag handle with a copper thonghole. The overall length measures 9 1/2" and it comes in a Rowe's Leather custom sheath.
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I have aquired some new knives and I decided to take a collection pic. All the knives I buy are to be used outdoors be it simple carving, survival,...
Woodlander 4″ Classic Blade: 4″ Handle: 4.45″ Price: from £285 Choice of 4mm or 3mm steel stock, sheath style and handle material. This knife is ideal for bushcraft and woodcraft …
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Ironwood Petty Chef 160mm | Eatingtools.com
Crafted in Oregon by Ben Tendick of BRT Bladeworks, this petty chef in 52100 steel with kurouchi finish is dressed in desert ironwood with carbon fiber pins.
Trade Knife 18th Century Forged EDC Bushcraft Survival | Etsy
Blade Length: 4.5" Overall Length: 8" Blade Thickness: 1/8" A handy little belt or pack knife in an 18th century trade knife style. This is an extremely useful blade pattern, with decent belly but also tapering to an acutely sharp point that is still quite strong. Paired with a larger blade like our Longhunter or the Woodlore, our Trade Knife nicely rounds out your outdoor tool set. 5160 steel with oak handle scales fastened by brass pins. An epoxy-impregnated paracord wrap handle is…