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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 5/18/2003 4:07:51 PM EST
I have little to no experience with knives. However I want to get a good all around multi-purpose knife for the field. I need suggestions on some. I have been looking at the Glock field knife, K-Bar and few others. Let me know
Link Posted: 5/19/2003 2:40:47 AM EST

Cold Steel SRK is a good choice....

Link Posted: 5/19/2003 3:42:12 PM EST
I'll 2nd Mr Wilson on the Cold Steel SRK 6" carbon V blade...as sharp as a knife can get. Perfect balance and feel at a good price. You should be able to pick one up for $50-65 or so.
Link Posted: 5/19/2003 7:15:53 PM EST
Well I held a Glock Knife today. Too light and just didn't feel sturdy? I need a knife that has some umpf!! Know your holding something! Then again, I don't want a two pounder either? How about the SOG knife (Seal)? I'll try to find the cold steel one to hold as well. Thanks
Link Posted: 5/20/2003 6:01:46 PM EST
Check out the Becker Knife and Tool company knives. I have been extremely impressed with there BK7, BK9, and BK10. Very heavy duty knives. And you cant really beat the prices. Plus they all come with a nylon and kydex sheath.
Link Posted: 5/21/2003 7:38:29 AM EST
The SRK is a good knife. I've used one for years. The Cold Steel Trailmaster is bigger and also more expensive. If you get a Cold Steel knife, get one with a Carbon V blade.

SOG knives are okay. I have a SOG Government but to be honest I haven't used it that much. I think most SOG knives are AUS6 steel. It's an okay high-end stainless but not as good as AUS8 or ATSxx or some of the others.

Check out the Fallkniven knives. They're made in Sweden with VG10 steel and they're highly regarded by outdoor enthusiasts.

Link Posted: 6/2/2003 6:59:40 PM EST
Seal Pup is a great knife! Not too big not too small, juuuuuuuuuust right. And inexpensive.
Link Posted: 6/5/2003 10:57:54 AM EST
I have to put in another vote for the SRK , I was sold the day I used it to split logs.....

Link Posted: 6/6/2003 4:28:11 PM EST
For a slim/light but still strong one try the Benchmade Nimravus in M2 steel. I really like my Cold Steel recon scout for a heavier more field oriented knife. It's basically a shortened Trailmaster. Mine's in carbonV.
Link Posted: 6/7/2003 12:35:46 PM EST
I agree. I have the Nimravus cub in the M2 steel. It is one of my favorite knives, and the M2 steel cuts like a bat out of hell! I also have the full size Nimravus in the ATS 34 steel, but I like size of the cub better.
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