Survivor HK-106320 Series Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife, Tanto Blade, Cord-Wrapped Handle, 7-Inch Overall
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- Full tang fixed blade outdoor knife for rugged camping expeditions
- Black stainless steel tanto blade
- Cord-wrapped handle provides superior grip, plus handy cording when needed in a pinch
- Nylon sheath for easy and safe carry; magnesium alloy fire starter enables you to effortlessly start a fire in no time
- 7-inch overall length, 3-inch blade length with 4mm thickness
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A great choice for camping expeditions and survival training
Geared toward outdoor activity, Survivor offers a wide variety of classic survival knives and rugged fixed blade knives. Whatever outdoor predicament you find yourself in, Survivor will take care of you with such accessories as nylon cord-wrapped handles and magnesium fire starters.
Survivor is part of Master Cutlery, a family owned business originally founded in 1982 that is now the largest wholesale knives manufacturer in the United States.
Survivor HK-106320 Series Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife
The Survivor HK-106320 Series fixed blade outdoor knife features a 3-inch, 4-millimeter stainless steel tanto blade with a 7-inch overall length.
This full tang knife is ideal for camping expeditions and survival training, and it comes with a magnesium alloy fire starter that enables you to effortlessly start a fire in no time.
The handle is wrapped in nylon cord, which gives you a superior grip in even the wettest of conditions while also providing easily unwrapped cordage when needed in a pinch. This knife comes complete with a nylon sheath for easy and safe carry.
- 3-inch, 4-millimeter black stainless steel tanto blade
- 7-inch overall length
- Comes with nylon sheath
Available in either black or two-tone, the tanto stainless steel blade features a grooved top.
The included magnesium alloy fire starter will get things cooking in a flash.
The nylon cord-wrapped handle is great for emergencies, as well as keeping a tight grip.
Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
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.
Bottom line: Fun knife to have for the price and not having to worry about messing it up.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not a bad knife at all especially under $10. The blade is not a bad one and can hold an edge well. The power cord could be tighter wrapped but it's not that bad. Read morePublished 1 day ago by luis portilla
I mean, its five dollars.
The knife will barely hold and edge, the sheath material feels really cheap, and the assembly between the fire steel and the knife is really... Read more
Very cool little knife, perfect for camping/fishing. Came in sharp enough and put together well. Definitely worth the money!Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
Excellent small knife for your bug-out bag,at 1st glance it looks kinds Cheesy!!! I fiddle farted with it for a couple of minutes after I got it,it is really decent quality for the... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Timothy Edward Foy