Two Top Rated Combat Knives

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If you’re looking for the best combat knife, without a doubt there are a wide variety to choose from.  However, it’s important to think about what type of combat knife is going to suit you best. While combat knives can also be considered survival knives, these knives can be used for just more than combat situations. So, if you aren’t going off to battle why would anyone need a combat knife?  Well, the answer is relatively simple. A knife used for combat/survival can be used for a number of purposes, not just for deadly hand to hand combat.

Today’s market of these knives cater’s primarily to those who are looking for a knife that will benefit them when hunting or hiking.  If you’re looking for a great combat knife, don’t go for the bargain basements.  You want a knife that will last through time, weather and various hunting or hiking conditions. Your combat knife should enable you to chop wood, cut rope, carve tent pegs and even scale fish. So, let’s take a look at a couple combat knives that can get the job done right the first time!

Ka-Bar Becker BK7 Combat Utility Fixed Blade Knife (7-Inch)

With a blade length of 7 inches this knife is ideal for hunters and campers who need a knife that will  tough it out. Made of 10-95 cro-van steel, this combat knife produced by the popular Ka- Bar company is designed to deal with steady hard use. While this knife may be over sized for legal carry in the city, check to see if it’s legal for hunting and camping in your area wilderness.

The Ka-Bar combat knife comes with a Grivory handle.    If you’re unaware of grivory handles and their specs, know you are getting a product made of fiberglass reinforced plastic.  These handles are heat and UV stabilized making them an optimal handle in diverse situations.  This knife also comes complete with a black cordura sheath for blade protection.

When choosing a combat knife for personal use it’s also advised to find a knife that suits you.  You don’t necessarily have to go with any specific brand or model. Whatever your needs are when it comes to choosing your knife, be sure to check out the knife first, get the feel of it and choose accordingly.

Gerber 31-000754 Bear Grylls Survival Series Scout, Drop Point Knife

Here is another great survival/combat knife that speaks in volumes. While this is more of a survivalist knife it is still in the combat mode style.  This folding blade knife is the perfect tool for camping, survivalist adventures and hunting.

 

With a blade length of 4.8 inches this knife can cut rope, has a built in stainless steel pommel for hammering and comes with an instructional land to air rescue guide. The full open length of this knife is 10 inches and weighs a sturdy 11.2 ounces.  Better yet it features a built in whistle on the lanyard. You can’t go wrong with this knife and it’s priced moderately.

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