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The Best All-around Survival Knife under £100/$160?

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posted on Oct, 5 2011 @ 12:29 AM
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Originally posted by EyesII
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Okay, okay. I'm sold.

Can I get one? If so, how do I go about it?

How much mula will it cost?

Any photos?

Can it "core an Apple"? (lol)


I'm currently making for friends right now. No photos or videos yet, but i will post them on youtube with a video showing how to properly use the tool when camping. I'm sure the hollow threaded handle could accomplish taking out the core of an apple, no problem. Just wash out when done.


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posted on Oct, 5 2011 @ 05:24 AM
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This sounds like the most unbalanced, over the top knife in the world, think ill stick to my Morakniv Allaround - Gransfors Small Forest combination thanks.

Would still like to watch the youtube vid, post it here once you've put it up



posted on Oct, 5 2011 @ 12:32 PM
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You gonna get Marty Lempkin to promote it?
sounds right up his alley.










Originally posted by cloaked4u
I have updated my tool.

First attachment: A blade with a magnify glass next to the handle with a saw on top and about a 9 inch blade on other side,with a threaded bolt in the back to attach to the handle. This attachment has several uses. First of all, the blade is so sharp, you can shave with it. Second, the blade has a saw on it so that you can easily cut thru a 6 inch tree. The blade also has a magnify glass on it, so that you can start camp fires. You can also use the blade for self defense. Need to open a tin can, no problem. The blade will cut open the can with ease. The blade is also polished to a fine shine of a mirror, so you can use it to signal to others.

Second attachment: Threaded on both sides, a hammer, pick combination. The guard holds your hand from slidding forward and hitting the blade. The hammer will pound in nails or stakes for mountain climbing and can break up material.The pick can be used in the mountains for Cliff climbing on rocky or icy terrain.

Third attachment: The handle is hollow and is threaded on both sides, with a threaded cap at one end. The handle allows for the storage of many kinds of small items like: A pencil,Fishing string, hooks,sinkers,a small bobber,matches, a lighter,a plastic bag to put the fishing gear in,a map, a small watch,a plastic sheet to shelter you from the rain,a swiss army knife,sewing equipment or medical supplies: small container for bleach or iodine,needle, thread,vasaline, gause,bandages, tape,anti biotic pills, and anything else you can think of to put in the handle.

Fourth attachment: A round cap with a mirror in it, threaded on both sides. This tool allows you to use it for signaling purposes or to see yourself in when you need to.

Fifth attachment: A compass at the end for the end cap, with threads on one side. A compass is a useful tool in the woods. Allows a person to find their direction to where they want to go.

Sixth attachment: The blade can be taken off and a small axe can be screwed on. An axe comes in handy when you need to cut something down, make a shelter, or any emergency uses.

Seventh attachment: You can also attach a small shovel on the handle to dig a hole for a shelter or any other digging needs.

Eighth attachment: Screwdriver set: A small hollow tube that holds several tips for taking screws, nuts, bolts on or off.

Ninth attachment: A solar powered flashlight that has light filters on for signaling or just to see where you are going at night. Has a loop, so you can hang it up in the tent.


Tenth attachment: A spear. The spear can be used for many things such as self defense, hunting, jabbing at the ice so you don't fall thru, and also as a pole for fishing.

The tool was designed for many outdoor situations. All under 10 pounds and this tool will get you out of most fixes when your camping. Even Rambo would be proud of this tool.

Tenth attachment:

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posted on Oct, 5 2011 @ 02:59 PM
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Joker




posted on Oct, 5 2011 @ 06:49 PM
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Got a cheaper one for $30




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