Nov. 29, 2012
-- Konstantine La, owner of two survival websites as well as several mini-websites, writes a 1,200 word article on how to choose a survival knife. Survival knives are knives used to survive in the outdoors. Survival knives come from the Air Force because airmen needed a knife they could use after a plane has crashed. Some survival knives even have compartments inside the handle to hold items like bandaids, fishing line, hooks, and rope.
Often, survivalists wrap the knife's handles with 550 cord to give them rope during an emergency.
There are many survival knives out there but Konstantine picked three knives to review because they were the most popular. His lease favorite knife of the three is the Bear Grylls Survival Knife made by Gerber. He even mentioned how the Bear Grylls line is plagued with defects and dangers. The Bear Grylls parang machete was even recalls for possible self harm dangers in Q4 2012.
Konstantine said in the article "It is said that you can survive in the wild with just a good knife and, because of this, you would want the best survival knife. No cheap poser knife that will go dull quickly or fall apart after a day in the woods will do."
You can read the article here http://bestmachete.net/what-are-the-best-survival-knives/
. Konstantine La lives in Boulder, CO and is a veteran of the US Army.