Sunday, November 11, 2018

Seven Affordable Knives That Make Great Gifts

Here are seven knives (plus a bonus), in no particular order, that make great gifts for preppers, survivalists, homesteaders, and outdoorsmen: 

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1) Cold Steel Finn Bear - A great general-purpose utility knife for under $20. I've been using one for several years and really like it. It holds up well to heavy-use and is easy to sharpen.

 
http://amzn.to/2hVE6gG2) Gerber Prodigy Survival Knife - Under $50, this 9.75-inch, full-tang fixed blade knife is a well-designed, high-quality, yet affordable, addition to any survivalist's or outdoorsman's gear. 





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3) Condor Tool & Knife, Bushlore Camp Knife - Big and tough (10.5 x 3.5 x 1.8 inches ; 12 ounces ), the Condor Bushlore makes a great "beater" knife and will stand up to heavy use under the most rugged conditions. 

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4) Victorinox Swiss Army "SwissChamp" - With 33 functions, the SwissChamp is a toolbox for your pocket that’s ready for everything from household quick fixes to the wilds of nature. 


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5) Light My Fire Swedish FireKnife - This good quality fixed-blade knife comes with a built-in firestarter, so it is two very important survival tools in one affordable (about $32) package. 


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6) KA-BAR US Marine Corps Fighting Knife - A true classic, the Ka Bar' was designed to serve our troops during WW II and is still doing its job, with honors, more than 70 Years later. 





http://amzn.to/2Bpc9Xc7) Cold Steel Finn Wolf Folding Knife - The Finn Wolf is this author's EDC folder. After two years of heavy use, I do highly recommend it.


http://amzn.to/2Bu5HODBonus)  Japanese Hori Hori Garden Knife - This hybrid knife and garden scoop makes an excellent gift for the gardener in your life. The Hori Hori can do most anything in the garden - weed, dig, prune, transplant, measure, cut, harvest, etc. 

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