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28 October, 2012

Guest Post: The Top Five Bushcraft Knives and Multitools

For a survivalist the right tools are absolutely essential and this includes bushcraft knives and multitools. There are lots of knives and tools available on the market at various prices and offering different features and advantages. Here we are going to take a look at what may well be the top five bushcraft knives and multitools currently on the market:

1) Morakniv Clipper Companion Knife

The Morakniv Clipper Companion Knife is a simple but effective survival knife, made with Swedish company Mora. It has a four inch stainless steel blade, which is fitted into a black and military green handle. It comes with a military green plastic sheath which has a handy belt clip so you can carry it with you when you’re out in the woods or on the old homestead. It’s an economical knife and often comes in very handy.

2) Victorinox Soldiers Knife

The Victorinox brand is well known among survivalists, campers and, indeed, soldiers. This company has produced the famous Swiss Army Knife for over a century and its development has continued during this time, culminating in the excellent knife that is still used by soldiers all over the world. 

3) Bear Grylls Folding Sheath Knife

Bear Grylls is a British explorer who now has his own line of bushcraft tools, including some high quality knives. The Folding Sheath Knife is handy and compact, with a half-serrated carbon stainless steel drop point blade that folds away into a rubber covered plastic handle.

4) Leatherman MUT

This multitool is ideal for military personnel as it features cleaning rod and screwdriver attachments are sized to work with military sighting adjustment. This is not the cheapest multitool on the market, but when it comes to vital tools you want to be sure that yours will do the job you want it to do. This stainless steel survival device is suitable for soldiers and civilians who use weapons or simply spend a lot of time in the great outdoors.

5) Gerber Radius Multiplier Multitool

For economy and a variety of useful implements the Gerber Radius Multiplier Multitool is well worth considering. With an ergonomic soft grip and range of key features it will suit most survivalists very well. It features easy-access blades, spring-action pliers, scissors, screwdriver attachments and more.

Follow the link to RV Ops bushcraft supplies to find out more about the best bushcraft knives and multitools about and how they could benefit you.

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