"Lots of people get into the big tactical knives (SOG, GERBER,KABAR, etc.) They're fine, but most people are not going to haul a big, fixed blade around on their hip all the time. This knife is a great all-around blade: big enough for self-protection, yet small enough when folded fit in pocket. Circle cut-out makes one-handed opening easier. Discreet, useful, built to last a lifetime."
"Many uses: neck gaiter, dust mask, hot pad, sling, bandage, cut up for gun cleaning patches, sunblock for head or neck, dish rag, trail marker, wave for signal, etc. We've used them for a belt a times. One of our team members loves them to dry off flies when fly-fishing. Get a bunch. Use your imagination."
"Another "use your imagination" item. Lashing, belt, shoelaces, gun sling, dog collar or leash, use with cloth for makeshift sun hat, tie down a load in the back of the pick-up. Inner threads can be separated and used for fishing line, sewing, or even dental floss! Sweet."
"These are inexpensive and hold in the body heat. Very light and compact. Yes, you'd prefer a wool blanket to stay warm, but they're heavy, bulky, and expensive. These you can easily throw in a back-pack, bug-out-bag, the trunk or your car, etc."
"Why an ax? Have you ever tried to split wood for a fire with a chain-saw? Doesn't work so well. This tool is almost indestructible. Blade can't come loose. Holds a great edge. Not as rustic or aesthetically pleasing as the traditional wooden ax with a red and silver blade, but we're talking about value and function here, right?"