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by: Anonymous

I've come to trust most of what TOPS Knives makes but I have been using the Gerber LMF II for the past year or so and it has been very reliable and durable. I usually prefer non-serrated knives but the LMF is pretty hard to beat.

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TOM BROWN TRACKER TOO MUCH MONEY
by: nailer20

I respect Tom Brown and Believe he has a great outlook and unsurpassed wilderness skills. However I an not sure his knife design is without fault foremost is the unbelievably complex edge design, it has to be next to impossible to keep a sharp edge on this knife. Also the acutual usable cutting edges are small compared to its size. I handled it quite a bit and like the balance and handle size then I saw the price tag put the knife gently back on the counter and walked away.I mean really $200+ for a piece of steel and a name that might have the crap beat out of it, no thanks. However I would highly recomend the RAT knives particularly for those interested in Higer end extremely tough blades that are easy to maintain in the field. one piece of edged equipmnet that has really served me well and is used almost daily at work and play has been a gerber/fiskars small briar axe , some call this a billhook it has the curved blade and cuts like a machette chops like an axe. I bought it when I was working a storm damage line survey for the local utility by the end of the week many of the workers on the crew had started using these.

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my favorite survival knife
by: Chad Whaley

It is a US army buck knife.

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Ontario RAT 7
by: Lee

I'm glad you mention the Ontario RAT 7. It is a good knife.

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