cold steel srk vs gerber strongarm
But man, is it tuff. Are Non-Locking Pocketknives Worth Carrying? The title is pretty self-explanatory. I cannot attest to the feel of the handle, though if you like the kraton handled kabars, this one should be just fine. Both have their merits, and I like both, but let’s talk a little about each. It also comes in either partially serrated or straight edge. The blade measures 4.3” long and 0.125” (3.2 mm) thick. I think of it as a “wrecking knife:” a tool that is at its best when used with brute force. I think everyone should have other types of knives, like a thin blade for cleaning and skinning, and a general utility, which can be folding. Don’t get me wrong…these kinds of knives are pretty cool…but they are not for survival. For "uneventful back packing trips"? The pommel comes to gentle point, so should you need to use it to thump on something, the force is concentrated on the metal tang. I use the piss out of my knife with a 3v blade and i only sharpen it once a month, maybe. And stay in touch with newsletters of our best articles on techniques, guns, & gear. Okay I decided I want one of these 2 folders. there is a great app on playstore called knife steel composition that is a superb learning tool. This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google In operation since 1998, BladeForums.com has led the industry since Day 1. Knives are just like guns... buy once cry once is the way you want to go.... there are some decent knives on the list like kabar or i think esse is probably good but where i live they would rust so i never bought one. With so many different knives out there it’s hard to say that one is better than the other. Neither is the Gerber. The multi-mount sheath allows you to carry this knife is any way you see fit. Their F1 in VG10 is equivalent to the ESEE 4 and the S1 (5 inch blade) or A1 (6 inch blade) would both work for a larger knife. My made in Finland Hackman should be on the list, My heart beat w/ joy when my very own thoughts and experiences regarding the K-Bar where echo in your very informative article. Awesome budget, but very solid option and I'd definitely prefer it over the ones you listed. When it comes to making knives tougher than tough, ... Over the past 10 years, no knife has seen more time in active combat than the Gerber StrongArm. These essential tasks are the most common and simplest tasks out there. What does a Chinese Spyderco have to do with a Taiwanese Gerber? Get a "slicer"...its going to do 99.99% of what you do on a nice backpacking trip. I've always read and heard good things about SOG knives, but personally the 4 I've owned sucked. If this model is a little big for you, they do make a variety of different size models that are a little more carry friendly. Especially like the common-sense about not The downside is that while its easier to sharpen it won’t hold an edge as long as high carbon steel. I know what you’re thinking and yes this is a folding knife. SRK Compact (SK-5) Be the first to review this product. I own both the Hoffman Richter "Reaper" & the "Talon" full tang knives for survival & defense, if needed. Stainless steel also looks a little sexier. If you want something bad ass get CPM 3v, M4, or something forged. This is a straightforward one, full tang or go home. Well, it is the legendary Marine issue combat knife, and I am a Marine. The sheath that comes standard with the StrongArm is outstanding. Air Force Survival knife by Ontario and the new SP2 version are great options. Modern folding blades from companies like Emerson  are powerful and durable, but they still aren’t the best for survival. are useless. There is the traditional vertical belt option. The length of the blade is 4.8 inches – we discussed about Gerber StrongArm vs LMF 2 in a previous post, so don’t forget to take a look. Conversely, I picked up, for $3 at a garage sale a "Forgecraft Hi Carbon butcher knive, full tang, with oak slabs and brass rivets. Unlike the straight, prominent guards on the Schrade SCHF1, the guards on the Gerber Strongarm don’t really prevent you from choking up onto the blade if you need to really bear down into something. A Western W49 Bowie, a big knife that I bought new for my last tour in Vietnam. I agree with Mark Wynn, where whatever was in the authors drawer magically became the best survival knives available. Semper Fi!! But I'm also told I have too many knives already, lol. You have to skin that bad boy. Rocking a full tang 4-inch blade made from 1095 high carbon steel. It helps an edge pretty well for stainless and gets very sharp, but takes a little effort to get it there.

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