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Full Tang Hunting Camping Knife, Flint Fire Starter, Sheath


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  • 11" Overall
  • Includes fire steel flint firestarter
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Product Description

This 11 inch military tanto style field knife features a full tang matte finished stainless steel blade with deep saw back serrations. The thick green cord wrapped handle allows for a secure and comfortable grip while the pommel lanyard insures that your blade is always handy. The durable green nylon belt sheath features a Velcro securing strap and has eyelets for a leg tie cord. This versatile and practical field knife also comes with a magnesium alloy fire starter.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00GMR5KOG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (313 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,587 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It came to me nice and sharp.
Jeanne
When you get it turn on a good movie and start sharpening and by the end you'll have the best 10 dollar knife around.
Josh
I rewrapped the handles with OD 550 paracord. and changed the fire starter cord to the OD paracord as well.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

141 of 161 people found the following review helpful By J. Ly on February 10, 2012
Color Name: SteelSize Name: 11" Verified Purchase
Length: 4:20 Mins
I'm not a wilderness expert, nor am I an armchair commando. I go camping and hiking on occasion; never had to kill a bear and wear its fur for warmth, but I also (hopefully) avoid talking out of my ass on things I don't know. This is just my honest review.

I didn't talk about the sheath, but my video was already nearing the size limit. In short, it holds the knife. That's it. I don't really feel too confident with it just testing out how it feels to be worn, I'd probably have to overcome some apprehension to wear it if I go back out. Will let you guys know. If it ever happens.

As my shirt says, "have a totally amazing day! Remember to smile!"

EDIT 2013:

The knife is still holding up. I'm getting a bit better at sharpening. Maybe in the future I'll purchase something else, but I am definitely satisfied with what I got out of this because of the work I put into it.

You will probably read a comment on this review that may disagree with me. In the spirit of information, you can read his review here:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R2K6L94N4R9GSY/ref=cm_aya_cmt?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B000UPOG28#wasThisHelpful
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51 of 59 people found the following review helpful By buffalo1a on January 31, 2010
Color Name: SteelSize Name: 11"
Good little full tang knife , duller than dull you will spend sometime sharpening it, but is a decent knife for price. You will want to rewrap the handle with your own para cord.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By G. Gillas on July 6, 2010
Color Name: SteelSize Name: 11" Verified Purchase
I re-wrapped the handle on mine and found the blade extremely dull as well. The case is not stiff at all which leads to the knife getting caught while inserting and removing from case. Also, the nylon on the case was very slightly frayed in places when it arrived which I simply repaired with a lighter. Still, this knife is inexpensive and lighter than other knives it's size.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By B. Fails on September 20, 2010
Color Name: SteelSize Name: 11" Verified Purchase
I got two of these for my sons as their first field/camp knives. They were so cheap, I considered them throw away knives, meaning, no matter what happens to them, they weren't a great loss. I was pleased though when I got them and saw how significantly strong the blade and tang is. The steel is about 5/32" thick and has a satin, not quite bead blasted feeling, finish on it. The tanto point adds considerably to the durable look and feel of this knife.

Hands down, the sheath is crap. It's floppy and the blade tip immediately begins to wear through it. The serrations on the back of the blade make it hard to "slide" in and out of the sheath. The velcro retaining loop is big enough to hold three of these knives! The cord wrapped on the handle, IMO, is crap, because it isn't milspec 550 cord, but that's just my preference. and there isn't enough cord on it to make the handle feel right. It's thin and insubstantial feeling. My first project was to re-wrap both grips for my boys. Also, there are holes in the tang that would allow you to fit scales on it instead of a wrap if you wanted. The edge on this knife looks like it was ground by underpaid, Chinese laborers, because it was. It will take me hours to reprofile both of these blades in order to get something approaching an edge on them. However, there's plenty of steel there to grind. Eventually, I feel certain they will have decent edges. The "saw teeth" on the back edge look somewhat cosmetic and useless in the web pictures, but actually have a bite to them. I haven't cut with them, but they feel and appear as though they will do the job fairly well.

For what I paid, and the purpose I bought these for, I'm very happy with them.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Bladepolisher on March 24, 2011
Color Name: SteelSize Name: 11" Verified Purchase
You may add your own para-chord and then take some vera-thane and add sand to it and coat the braided tang and allow to dry thorughly. A thick enough coat will provide a completely sealed chord to tang bond. The only time it might create a problem is when it's subjected to high heat and then it might get sticky which may be an advantage. For the sheath, dip it in to a mixture of glue and water and allow to dry. Varying mixtures of water to glue will stiffin the sheath up enough. When gluing or vera-thaning the sheath, afix a small compass and a piece of something reflective to the back side/ hip side so that it doesn't get knocked off. Add a small whistle to the para-chord lanyard. For the lanyard, you may want to replace it with a pre-made para-chord bracelet. They sell these on the Kennesaw blade website for 8-9 bucks. They are longer in length, made of either 250 -500 pound para-chord and they are braided to fit around your wrist so you don't have 4' 0f loose lanyard hanging around waiting to become a hazard. Be creative... these knives are so cheap in price that you can buy 3-4 of them and attach one to a walking stick, put one in your emergancy survival bag and one to carry full time at your side. Use a fine file occasionally to keep the blades shape and a stone to sharpen. Stainless is to hard for a pull through or electric sharpener. Be prepared and good luck!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie S. on January 24, 2013
Color Name: SteelSize Name: 11" Verified Purchase
I'm going to make hopefully the most detailed review I can for you. Enjoy!

Very well worth what you pay for it. With the super shipping, that's always a plus.

-Batoning went very well.

I posted a few pictures of the aftermath. As I have always done; use some WD-42 to
help the blade get thru those hard spots in wet wood. (And it was very cold that
night, also. About 25 with wind chill.) It performed flawlessly. The finish rubbed
off a little (but that makes it look cool).

-The grip was OK, but adding a little paracord helps a lot. (I have big hands.)

The grip was good out of box, but if your good at tying knots, you can re-rap the
handle with ease. Me personally, I messed it up. But I'll do it again when I have
more time.

-Needs some sharpening.

I'm not that good at sharpening knifes, or anything at all. But if you know your
stuff you can put a nice edge on it.

-Good sheath.

It's very bare bones. Of course if you have a bit of ingenuity you can adjust it
for what you need. (I'm sure you could modify it for a Molle vest)

-The weight is good a balance is forward-heavy.

Not a big deal with the balance, I like it. Feels like it would be a good chopper
if you were in combat. Weight is no issue at all, it's not heavy at all. I
could carry this on my belt all day and not even feel it.

-Speaking of combat...

This (In my opinion) would be a good soldier knife. It's lighter than a Ka-bar,
yet very durable. Could be also useable in combat. (Again, in my opinion)
And also useful for utility purposes including (but not limited to) cutting rope,
opening cans, slashing tires, prying open a window, etc.
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