Fixed-Blade Knives

Brands

Light My Fire
Gerber
Benchmade
Helle
Buck
SOG
Columbia River
NRS
Morakniv
Spyderco

Price

less than $25
$25 - $49.99
$50 - $99.99
$100 - $199.99
$200 - $299.99
$500 and above

Recent Fixed-Blade Knife Reviews

Morakniv Bushcraft Black

rated 4 of 5 stars Very solid knife for use anywhere. I really like this knife, it's solid and will hold up well to years of abuse.   What I like: Carbon steele blade comes with a corrosion resistant coating back of the blade is edged so you can use it with a fire starter blade is thick comfortable rubberized grip that feels good in your hand What I don't like: Sheath I've had a ton of knives, I finally got one that doesn't fold and I'm glad I did.  This knife can be beaten with not much more than a scratch.  It's… Full review

Light My Fire Swedish FireKnife

rated 5 of 5 stars Good knife, it is very grippy even if it is wet outside. Very bright and colourful. This is a great little knife. The little draining hole at the bottom of it is very convenient if you get it wet. The fire steel is AMAZING!!!!!! The case is very strong and sturdy. Even though that belt clip looks like junk it works like a charm. It is very sharp thanks to the Mora blade.  Full review

Morakniv Companion Heavy Duty Knife

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great price for a sturdy, sharp knife. I was looking for a decent low-cost trail knife and many folks all over the 'net recommended Morakniv Companion, or the Companion HD if you plan to baton wood and other bushcrafting. Found a pretty good deal on eBay (somewhere around $18 I believe) and ordered one. Heck, it's inexpensive enough that I could have ordered 3 or 4, but I wanted to be sure this is what I wanted before going hog wild. I had ordered the high-vis orange so when I set the knife down… Full review

ESEE Knives Junglas

rated 4 of 5 stars The knife is great. The sheath leaves much to be desired, but still works. "This is a knife." - M. Dundee If I had to choose one item to take with me to survive, this would be it. You could chop a tree down with this knife if you had to, or you could clean a fish (not as easy as with a small knife, but it's not difficult with a little practice). It does have some weight to it, but it helps with chopping, and it's balanced pretty good to minimize fatigue. While a big knife is more weight to be carried,… Full review

KA-BAR Becker Companion

rated 3.5 of 5 stars A very sound tool for bush craft and camping. You can field dress a dinosaur and baton a Redwood into kindling, but Fugeddabout backpacking with this beast. I'm not a knife collector, I'm a knife user. I do enjoy looking at them and contemplating a new purchase, but all in all, how many blades can you USE ? After breaking my last knife (Gerber) I decided to go "durable". As soon as I opened the BK-2 box I knew it really fit and I would have a lifetime of use and enjoyment with this knife. Right… Full review

SOG BladeLight Camp

rated 3.5 of 5 stars An interesting blend of fixed blade knife and flashlight that proves quite capable of executing most camp cutting tasks. While not intended for protracted abuse of a hardcore survivalist, this knife would nevertheless thrill a seasoned scout, delight a weekend camper, or serve multiple functions in a toolbox or bug-out bag. I confess that I am something of a knife junkie, always keeping my eye open for new knives. I am particularly interested in knives intended for bushcraft and woodcraft applications,… Full review

Morakniv Companion F Rescue

rated 5 of 5 stars Another great, inexpensive knife from Morakniv. I purchased this knife to go into my car as a safety/rescue tool. With its blunt tip and razor sharp serrated edge, it easily cuts through any items I might run across while driving (seat belt, clothes, bandages, etc.). I purchased this knife a few months ago to go in my car in the rare case I need an emergency knife for cutting seat belts or assisting in an accident. Moraknivs never disappoint in their delivery and cost and this one is an example… Full review

Fremont Knives Farson Blade

rated 4 of 5 stars Super sharp edged unique blade for everything from chopping to skinning. The design for this survival blade came from a stone knife found near Farson, Wyoming, in the Great Red Desert. Forged from steel or titanium, its simple design and unique shape do not cause undo attention to this tool. The Farson blade by Fremont Knives is a design taken from a relic stone knife found in the Great Red Desert near Farson, Wyoming. For a better grip and reduction in weight the designers eliminated the center… Full review

Light My Fire Swedish FireKnife

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I have usually carried only a swiss army knife...but the more canoe camping we started doing, the more I realized we needed a fixed blade knife. This knife, having the added benefit of an integrated fire-starter, has become a fixture in our canoe camping kit, as well as in our winter snowshoeing day-packs...it is used for culinary, as well as camp maintenance purposes! Our bright green fire-knife... now a regular companion on our canoe camping trips. The knife is light, and the scabbard protects… Full review

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