Custom Fighting Knife

Discussion in 'Knives' started by sekelbos, Mar 26, 2019.

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  1. sekelbos

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    I'll put up some more custom knifes later
     
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  3. Duncan

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    Ik vind je messencollectie echt leuk. Heb je ze zelf gemaakt?
     
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  4. sekelbos

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    NO, i HAVE A FRIEND WHOSE CAREER IT IS TO BE A PROFESSIONAL KNIFE MAKER AND HE ALSO BELONG TO THE ELITE KNIFE MAKERS GUILD.
    I DESIGN NY OWN KNIVES ON PAPER AND HE MAKE THEM FOR ME
     
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  5. Oldguy

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    Why the interest in custom FIGHTING knives? this is a prepper forum

    As preppers/survivalists why carry something specialised for FIGHTING ?

    A utility knife would be much more usefull much more often than a custom FIGHTING knife unless of course one is out looking for trouble.
     
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  6. lonewolf

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    as a prepper/survivalist I am looking to AVOID trouble, not go looking for a fight.
    opsec/grey man as much as possible.
     
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  7. Morgan101

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    I agree with Lonewolf on this one. I don't want to get into any kind of fight, especially a knife fight. That said I do love the knife. I will just call it something different.

    Sekelbos: Have you ever thought of adding a slot on the front of the sheath to hold a ferro rod? that might be a nice addition.

    Duncan: You sneaky devil. I didn't know you spoke Dutch. I spent a lot of time in the Netherlands, but I still have to rely on Google Translate.
     
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  11. Sonofliberty

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    My main choice for a "utility knife" is also a proven combat knife. I use both a Kbar and a Tanto style Kbar. The good thing about the Tanto style is that it works fairly well as a wood chisel in addition to normal knife tasks.
     
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  12. stlg999

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    I have seen a similar survival tool and their reviews on the ultimate knife kit. it's really an awesome tool.
     
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  13. Pragmatist

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    Good morning Stig 999,

    Just read the link; a good site.

    My usual "however"; The inexperienced Prepper/Suvivalist can easily get lost in the site's material because the inexperienced have not clearly identified their anticipated realistic environments and perils.

    The link did mention "wilderness" and to check one's area laws before a purchase.

    Not at the link but must mention a couple of cutlery matters;

    If inexperienced and young, it's frequently neglected to think that hands can get injured to the level of not being able to open a folding knife.

    The Ontario Knife Company (OKC) has a couple of machetes with a hand guard. Hand guards on knives (hard to find) are sought by those with pre-existing injuries. Even the gloved hand appreciates the extra protection of the guard.

    For those working around amphib equipment like life rafts and inflatable boats, points - drop, tanto, are out. Chisel/no point are in.

    For us Preppers/Survivalists, nylon sheaths are great for us in humid areas. If treated against mildew/mold, leather can be superior.

    ....

    Good info combined with my overflowing errands list delaying my check on too much cutlery and sheaths here. Will check on knife and machete in truck this AM.
     
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