Survivor HK 10630 Outdoor fixed blade knife with fire starter
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The Survivor Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife (model HK-106320) features a black tanto blade and a 2-tone green cord-wrapped handle, with a 7-inch overall length. Ideal for camping explorations and survival training, this Survivor complete tang knife features a 3-inch, 4mm black stainless steel tanto blade. The cable covered manage gives you remarkable grip in even the wettest of conditions, while also supplying easily unwrapped rope when needed in a pinch. The ranginged from magnesium alloy fire starter allows you to easily begin a fire in no time. This knife comes complete with a nylon sheath for easy and safe bring. Tailored towards outdoor activity, Survivor provides a wide variety of traditional survival knives and rugged set blade knives.
Inexpensive, fun little project …
447 people found this helpful.
I read a bunch of reviews on this inexpensive (cheap!) piece of Chinese iron before dropping the whopping six bucks for it. I knew what to expect and I surely didn’t need another knife. However, I thought it would make for a fun project … and it certainly did. I modified the package as follows: (See my customer images as well)
If you know anything about knives buy it.
628 people found this helpful.
ok a few things, first this is a full tang knife, and it comes with a fire starter. yes it comes blunter than a butter knife, and yes the rope grip is incredibly uncomfortable. BUT, the hilt has holes with makes re-wrapping the handle with some rope or para-cord very easy, once re-wrapped the handle is comfortable, also the steel is decent quality, so with a little sharpening the knife becomes very usable. bottom line 7$ and 10 minuets of your time and you have yourself a decent knife.
Great fire starter with free knife attached.
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Let me make a few assumptions if you are considering buying this knife. 1) You are not planning on buying a $200 Gerber. 2) You do not consider yourself a survivalist but you do DVR Man Vs Wild. 3) You’re buying as a gift for someone who DVRs Man Vs Wild. 4) In all honesty the biggest thing you have ever needed a “survival” knife for while camping is to Rambo open a bag of chips.
Worth the price! Fun knife!
57 people found this helpful.
If I paid a lot of money for this knife it would have a lower review. But I am rating this with the perspective of the price. It is a fun knife. I have been rough on it. I throw it at things in the ground. I have used it to split wood for a fire and started the fire with the striker! I tore the paracord that was on it smacking the butt of the knife with a rock while splitting the wood but I would recommend re-wrapping it with 550 cord anyway.
People need to get a grip
169 people found this helpful.
I read reviews for this knife before buying it, and I was quite surprised at some reviews. I paid like 7 bucks for this, and I added a couple onto an order I already placed, so I didn’t even pay shipping from Amazon. I think it is pretty awesome for the price. The fire starter is ok, the blade was somewhat sharp, and thick steel. Now I know that the sheath sucks, the cordage is crappy, and the thing is no Rambo knife. I have to go back to the fact it only cost 7 bucks! A sharpener and some 550 cord and you are set. What are all the brokenhearted reviews about? I have knives I paid 20-30 dollars for that are nowhere near as good as this thing. I have some very expensive knives that I am scared to really use because I don’t want to damage them. Not the case here. I can pry things, throw it at a tree when I get bored, and use it for just about anything without worry, because it cost me 7 dollars. If I break it or lose it, I will just add another one onto my next Amazon order. So, if you are debating this knife because of reviews on here, let not your heart be troubled. It is a good buy, and you won’t be sorry unless you are expecting 100 dollar quality. Then you will end up writing a review that makes people think “what’s wrong with this guy?”.
A Nice Suprise
70 people found this helpful.
I only really bought this survival knife for the firesteel. I just thought of the knife being a nice bonus, but it turned out to be a nice surprise. Larger than I thought, more comfortable than I thought (reviews here don’t like the corded grip, however, I found it comfortable enough), and significantly better steel than I thought. Sharpens very well, seems to hold and edge, and because it’s so cheap I “tested” it by cutting up several large cardboard boxes thoroughly and completely through a mop handle. Nice.
IT’S A KEEPER.
19 people found this helpful.
I saw this little knife a figured that for around $8 delivered, what do I have to lose. I was pleased when it arrived. It came surprisingly sharp and has good weight. Even though I have large hands, the knife fits well in my hand. I can get a firm grip, and I can manipulate it easily. The serrations on the spine work well as a thumb hold.
Is what it is
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Don’t expect a razor sharp hunting knife for under $7.00. All you people complaining about this knife seem to be forgettin something. You paid seven dollars for it…. Yes, the knife is a bit dull. No, it won’t hold an edge very well. But if you treat it like a seven dollar knife you’ll be a lot happier. I use this knife for things I wouldn’t dare use my KA-BAR for. I’ve used it as a tent stake. I’ve used it as a flat head screwdriver when in a pinch. Bottom line, go beat the hell out of it and get your seven bucks out of it and be happy.