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Survivor Outdoor Fixed Blade Knife with Fire Starter


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  • Measures 7 inch long overall
  • Full-tang stainless steel blade in black
  • Equipped with thick green cord-wrap handle
  • Nylon sheath included
  • Magnesium-alloy fire starter
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Product Details

Color: Green
  • Item Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • ASIN: B00178CS4K
  • Item model number: HK-106320
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,502 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The knife is very well made.
Marcela Wagner
It is a made in China, stainless steel, painted black cheap little knife, but I knew that when I bought it, it was after all a "survival knife" for under 10 bucks.
Tropical Tom
Tjhis knife is exactly what it looks like: a small survival knife, great for any preparedness kit or camp bag.
Josh Brown

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

437 of 458 people found the following review helpful By Kevin O'brien on July 6, 2009
Color Name: Green Verified Purchase
ok a few things, first this is a full tang knife, and it comes with a fire starter. yes it comes blunter than a butter knife, and yes the rope grip is incredibly uncomfortable. BUT, the hilt has holes with makes re-wrapping the handle with some rope or para-cord very easy, once re-wrapped the handle is comfortable, also the steel is decent quality, so with a little sharpening the knife becomes very usable. bottom line 7$ and 10 minuets of your time and you have yourself a decent knife.
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585 of 642 people found the following review helpful By David H. Clark on March 21, 2010
Color Name: Green Verified Purchase
Let me make a few assumptions if you are considering buying this knife. 1) You are not planning on buying a $200 Gerber. 2) You do not consider yourself a survivalist but you do DVR Man Vs Wild. 3) You're buying as a gift for someone who DVRs Man Vs Wild. 4) In all honesty the biggest thing you have ever needed a "survival" knife for while camping is to Rambo open a bag of chips.

This was my first full tang knife and I honestly bought it thinking I could do more with it than I really can. Once I stopped trying to baton trees down with it and used it for what it really is, its a good knife. It easily beats any similarly priced folder or multi-tool (and hollow handle piece of junk) for back woods functionality, and its a very educational knife. Its pretty much just a chunk of stainless steel, so as long as you dont beat it to death, nothing can go wrong with it.
You must sharpen it. You must do something with the handle. (I went on youtube and learned how to para-cord a handle.) Ive used it as a spearhead, for making tent pegs and splitting kindling. All in all its a good tool that you can keep on you without ever knowing its there until you need it, and its great for opening bags of chips.
The firesteel on the other hand is incredible! If you have never used one before you will love starting fires with it. Knowing you can make fire without matches or lighters gives you a warm fuzzy feeling.

So I recommend owning this knife for the experience of of owning this knife. Also, consider a Mora, or Cold Steel Bushman.
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95 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Morgan C. Valley on May 21, 2012
Color Name: Green Verified Purchase
I read a bunch of reviews on this inexpensive (cheap!) piece of Chinese iron before dropping the whopping six bucks for it. I knew what to expect and I surely didn't need another knife. However, I thought it would make for a fun project ... and it certainly did. I modified the package as follows: (See my customer images as well)

1) I cut off the crappy handle wrap and re-wrapped with real 550 paracord, camo of course, and also added a paracord lanyard with a tight slip knot so I can pull-tighten it to my hand if needed for a safer no-slip grip on the knife should I ever use it for something potentially dangerous that may cause my hand to slip.

2) I cut a plastic insert from a milk jug for inside the sheath, folded it and dropped it snugly into the main compartment. With the fold on the bottom, the knife point can no longer poke through or wear the fabric.

3) I removed the string lanyard from the fire starter and replaced it with a matching paracord slipknot lanyard that is large enough to loop around the sheath and tighten down. Now, the tool is snug in it's outer pocket and lashed to the sheath so it can't fall out.

4) I put a far better edge on the knife. Pretty dismal out of the box, and that's what I fully expected. It's pretty soft steel, so I don't expect it hold an edge terribly well, but that's OK, I have plenty of far better knives I wear and use regularly.

I see this knife for what it is, a little back up edge for your cargo pants pocket, your car, your bug out bag, or your little day pack ... whatever. I don't really envision it on my belt. Also, it's nice to have a back up fire starting method. (I always carry a small container of Vaseline soaked cotton balls, magnesium, and a small Bic anyway.
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220 of 255 people found the following review helpful By Serious Ed on May 16, 2010
Color Name: Green Verified Purchase
First of all this knife is China stainless. The pseudo-paracord might as well be the yarn your grandmother knits with. You'll have to do a handle re-wrap. The blade comes dull and the sheath is cheap crap. It's a solid tang knife with a good feel once re-wrapped. The fire starter is really cool and works well.

**I've had this knife for a year now and it has done very well as a fishing knife on multiple excursions. It sharpens up with the "Smiths" pocket sharpener I have like a razor blade. Excellent for trout cleaning. The killer to this buy is the sheath. It's just pure junk. But for the price, I've learned to live with it.
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50 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey on May 11, 2010
Color Name: Green Verified Purchase
I only really bought this survival knife for the firesteel. I just thought of the knife being a nice bonus, but it turned out to be a nice surprise. Larger than I thought, more comfortable than I thought (reviews here don't like the corded grip, however, I found it comfortable enough), and significantly better steel than I thought. Sharpens very well, seems to hold and edge, and because it's so cheap I "tested" it by cutting up several large cardboard boxes thoroughly and completely through a mop handle. Nice.

Firesteel is fantastic too. I'm going to re-sharpen it up a bit more and throw it in the glovebox or take it with me camping. It's the perfect thing to toss and forget about, until a day comes around where you might need it, or maybe REALLY need it, and it would become invaluable.

When I got it from Amazon it was in a plain white box with large letters, "HUNTING KNIFE", all over it which I thought was funny. An unrelated side note, for some reason the box it came in was completely unsealed, and worse it was a strange simple box that kind of just folded in on itself that could be opened very easily.
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