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Imperial M-7S Surival Knife

Someone brought a blade in, and I finally deciphered the “S” from the tang stamp, with help of the www. Evidently, Imperial decided to use up a bunch of leftover M-7 bayonet blades, and put a cross-guard with screwdrivers, and … Continue reading

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Most-Used Knife on the American Frontier

Here is an outstanding example of the do-all survival knife that has served well all over the world, for a long time. https://www.knivesshipfree.com/bark-river-knivesmountain-man-cpm-3v/?inf_contact_key=e692faf0100a95d5e753cfe5fe16abcc7e1b94d170c44b5318e65fede941c06a

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Ontario Knife Company SP8 Survival Machete–Flat Ground

Here is a customization a customer requested on his Ontario SP8.

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A Good Article re Survival Knives for Beginners

Here is an article by someone who understands the practical functions of edged tools: http://survivalblog.com/survival-blades-part-1-by-r-h/ http://survivalblog.com/survival-blades-part-2-by-r-h/ He’s discussing how to advise newcomers regarding survival knives (and other edged tools).

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Ka-Bar’s Modern Navy Mk. I– All-Around Workhorse

If the Ka-Bar Navy Mk II USMC fighting/utility knife is too big for you, that is no surprise. Fortunately, it has a little brother, the Navy Mk. I. This knife is much better-sized for dressing and butchering game and fish, … Continue reading

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Producer or Consumer? Your Survival At Stake!

BEING A CONSUMER OR A PRODUCER and Implications for Survival “Since I won’t be able to buy the things I need at the store anymore, I’d better get set up so I can produce them.” with Jim Buller, preparingtostand.org. America … Continue reading

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Book Review: Timely and Profitable Help for Troubled Americans, by Hans J. Schneider

Mr. Schneider is uniquely qualified to write a full-spectrum survival manual! That was his intention, and he did a pretty good job. He was born in 1935 Germany as Hitler was rising to power, survived WW2, and then another 5 … Continue reading

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