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 Post subject: Re: one knife!
PostPosted: Tue Oct 11, 2016 6:26 pm 
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Just picked up a Kizlyar "Militare" knife and it is perfect.Well balanced and very well made by Kizlyar Knives in Dagestan.This is a knife that will no doubt last for years.

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I had the 78, which has the plain back. Bought it in '87 and had it right through my stint in the bush.

These days I have a SOG Pentagon, not the best field knife, I do like the look of the SOG Agency.

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I have one of these fellas. An LMF II Gerber and I'm confident it would be up to just about any job.

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Would it cut down a tree? ;) :twisted:


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Yes, but this is the Chuck Norris of knives, so nothing short of a Giant Redwood is worthy of it's time. The other feature I like about this knife is the electrically insulated tang, so you can safely cut through live electrical cables. :D

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I like these as well. This is Chris Reeve's take on the hollow-handled survival knife.

These were made from a single piece of D2 tool steel - thus removing the normal weak point in cheap 'hollow-handled survival knives' where the blade joins the handle. I have four of these of various sizes and vintages. This is the Project II with a 7.5 inch blade. Sadly, he no longer makes this style of knife.


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