The Camillus Les Stroud SK Mountain Ultimate Survival Knife (now that's a mouthful!) is a direct competition to the Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Knife. These two knives, in concept, are pretty much one in the same. They both have core fixed-blade survival knives that … [Read more...]
Fixed Blade Knives
Of the many knife reviews on this blog, the following are the reviews we've done in particular on fixed blade knives.
Since you're interested in this category of knives, you may also be interested in some of these more specific categories: outdoor knife reviews, bushcraft knife reviews, camping knife reviews, & survival knife reviews.
Please do let us know if there happens to be a knife that you want reviewed, but that isn't already up here. Let us know by either commenting on a post or contacting us directly.
The L.T. Wright Genesis is the new flagship knife of L.T. Wright Handcrafted Knives. Coming to you from one of the two founders of "Blind Horse Knives," the L.T. Wright Genesis has a lot to live up to. You'd think with that much lineage, it'd be difficult to make a knife … [Read more...]
The CRKT Minimalist set the standard in the knife world as one of the first truly affordable neck knives to enter the market that still offers a level of practicality that made it viable as a utility blade. While so many other neck knives at its price point turned out to be … [Read more...]
When I finally got the chance to review the Cold Steel Latin Machete, I was intrigued to say the least. This machete is by far the largest one-hand cutting tool I have ever personally wielded, so I was curious about how practical 60 cm (24 inches) of blade real estate would … [Read more...]
The Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Pro Fixed Blade Survival Knife attempts to be a well-rounded, good for all situations type of survival knife that features additional survival gear necessities such as firesteel, rescue whistle, hammer, and basic survival guide, all in one. … [Read more...]
Originally envisioned as a new take on the Mora 2000 Outdoor Knife, the Mora 2010 Bushcraft Forest Knife features drastically different ergonomics from the more traditional Mora knives, such as the Mora Classic 1. Mora 2010 Bushcraft Forest Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife - … [Read more...]
When people look into purchasing a Mora knife, they tend to go either ultra-modern with something like the Mora 2010 Bushcraft Forest, or they go old school with one of the Mora Classics. This leaves the Mora 2000 Outdoor Knife to be, in my opinion, one of the most … [Read more...]
The Mora 740 MG has been one of the most popular low cost bushcraft knives of the past three decades. Having been endorsed by Ray Mears, 740 MGs were considered a staple of the bushcraft community for many years. With the knife's simplistic design, rugged construction, and … [Read more...]
On the heels of writing about the Mora Classic I will be checking out the Hultafors GK: the beast of Mora-style knives! The Hultafors GK is essentially a traditional Mora knife on steroids. The steel is a mystery carbon steel from Japan. The knife is made somewhere in Asia … [Read more...]
I paid $5 for the Mora Classic over a decade ago. Back then it was stained red, but after years and years of hard use, it's lost its color. It was the first knife I bought for myself, and was a companion to me throughout my trecks over the years, and still continues to be to … [Read more...]