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Recommend a good survival knife
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[quote:Maguyver:MV8xMDQ0MzQyXzE2NTQ2MTg4X0U2MEIwQ0M5] Stay away from anything that says 'China' on it. Ge the best steel you can afford. AUS8 is likely the top of your price range, but look a bit and you'll find one. 420 stainless is to soft. Buck and Case make some blades in your price range, though the Case will likely be a bit higher. If you can find CRKT in that price range; get it. There are MANY others, but your budget is limiting. Good steel isn't cheap. Don't forget a good sharpening stone and oil. Bladeforums is a wealth of info. :cheers: [/quote]
I am getting my SHTF preps in order and I want to get a good survival knife. I am looking for a fixed blade with a full tang and something that is versatile.
Any decent ones at Walmart or Sports Authority or Dicks's sporting goods that you can recommend? I'm Looking to spend under $50.
I'm no Crocodile Dundee, just want something that will come in handy.
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