My survival knife

by Country Boy
(Rockmart Georgia)


Mine is a Gerber LMF II ASEK. I did some adding to it to make it fit my wants more. I wrapped at least 30ft of 215lb trot line cord around it. And put two large catfish hooks under one of the straps. I also added some weights and a piece of wood with fishing line wrapped around it, and three fishing leaders to use as snares.

I love this knife which I know it ain't a Ka-bar but it does the job and looks good doing it.....


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My Knives

by Nick aka Tamnakz
(Lansing, Michigan USA)

I am a very avid knife collector, and have a tool for every use. My daily pocket knife is a Gerber Cover Mini, designed by Rex Applegate and William Fairbairn. It's a medium sized locking folder. It is very well built, has a higher carbon content for longer lasting, more durable edge. About $35

My utility knife is a Ka Bar Ghurka Kukri. Better than any hatchet, and most axes. Heavy, but easily controlled. Holds an edge VERY well, and after being grounded 100+ times taking saplings down at the root base, still shows absolutely NO chipping on the blade. About $45

The knife I carry on my belt varies, from one of a few Ka Bar fight knives, Gerber LMF II, or a high carbon dive knife who's branding I cannot remember.

The LMF II would definately be my first choice to have in a dire straights situation, but I need to purchase a new one, my old one was given away as a gift to an Eagle Scout.

ANY time I'm going camping, or any other situation where I might wind up in trouble, I'm fairly prepared. I've always got at least a knife in my pocket, a larger knife in my car. Camping, I've got my kukri and something on my belt.

If nothing else. BE PREPARED!


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Gerber knife

by Scott Odom


Gerber makes great survival Knives. They are not so long that you have to tie them to your leg which can be uncomfortable. You really don't want a stainless steel blade, because it is hard to sharpen and don't keep a good edge.


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The Gerber LMF II

by Owen
(Montreal)




I'm really into the outdoors, and go camping quite a bit. Whenever I go camping, I always bring my Gerber LMF II. It was designed by someone in the military for survival. It has a 5 inch blade, and a great handle for grip.

This knife also has grooves in the handle along with 3 holes drilled in it for lashing a stick on to make a spear. At the butt of the knife they put a pointed tip for breaking things such as plexiglas in a cockpit, or breaking through brick, or skull or what ever.

Ok thats enough, its a great knife, and it comes with a leg strap or can be attached to a Kevlar vest, and the sheath has a great sharpener built into it .

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