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Shard Keychain Tool

rated 4 of 5 stars There when you need it. Great item to have when you are in a pinch and need to bolt something down or pry something up. Full review

Bear Grylls Survival Hatchet

rated 3 of 5 stars Good survival hatchet. This is a great tool to have in primitive situations. Hatchet over saw any day. Won't bind like a saw.┬áMe and buddies have felled trees up to 8" diameter. Even though the rubberized handle seems like a good idea I've had friends head home early partly because of blood blisters brought on by the grip. For some reason there's a hole for a lanyard at the end but no lanyard included, fine for do it yourselfers like myself, but had to scratch my head at this. Will be making a… Full review

LMF II Survival

rated 4 of 5 stars If you plan on investing in a fixed-blade which will outlast even the coming zombie apocalypse, then you've made the right choice. I have been able to fell decent sized trees, shave down kindling into fire tender, and open a can of campbell's chunky when a can opener was nowhere on the trail. While these various functions are excellent, you really just want this knife because of the look. The dark earth handle attached to a black serrated blade looks quite impressive when strapped to the hip. This… Full review

Profile Fixed Drop Point

rated 3 of 5 stars Loved the knife. Disappointed in the warranty support. Had the knife for years. My go-to blade for hiking and camping. Used for overall needs and batoning kindling. I have a machete for batoning fuel wood. One day, I pulled my knife out and a perfect semi-circle about a thumbnail size, was missing in the rear of the blade, near the handle. It was so perfect, at first I didn't even notice it, looked like it belonged there. But then it was < "I don't remember that." Looked and saw the raw metal… Full review

Multi-Plier 600 Bluntnose

rated 5 of 5 stars Awesome muti-tool. We use them in my unit for all things and they are very reliable. The head of the tool slides out very easy. I use the pliers and screw drivers for servicing my helmet and other equipment. The knife works very good for cutting 550 cord and opening boxes while maintaining its edge. I have dropped mine off of humvees, buildings, and it has withstood multiple tosses and slides across the asphalt. All in all a very worthwhile buy. Full review

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