Down to one fixed blade?

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  1. freebirdfb

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    The question causes us to ponder and question ourselves to what is our most useful fixed blade. Pocket knives are out of consideration so I expect that you can have a slip joint at the bottom of your pocket, a tactical folder clipped to your pocket and a multi tool hanging on your belt as well.
     
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    That was what happened when I started thinking about this. I started thinking through the pros and cons/strengths and weaknesses of each fixed blade I have and trying to narrow it down to the one I have that is the most versatile. I have several that are really good at some things, but not everything. This is the one tool to do it all dilemma.
     
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    I would clarify a bit as this has gone on for a few pages with wonderful thoughts and photos along the way!

    Folders are exempt. All of your folder addicts can relax LoL.

    I might say that fixed blades under $30 or so are exempt, mostly meaning Moras and the like.

    Also, family heirlooms could get a pass, wether expensive and valuable or valuable because fo the sentiment and history.

    In the same way that I used to dream about what I would do if I won the lottery, I would often wonder which of the nice knives I have been able to own would be the one, the "grail knife" that I would part with last.

    Which of the fixed blade knives that you have dreamt about, quested and lusted after, would you keep if it could be only one?
     
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    This makes it a lot less painful. I would keep either my SET M3BS or AA Forge Bushcrafter. Okay... probably the SET. Whew... I feel exhausted now :4:


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    Now those are parameters I can live with.
    Thanks, PC. That makes it easier.






    No, no it doesn't. I'll have to get back to you.
     
  6. Pastor Chris

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    I'm glad I could help!
     
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    Today, at this moment, it would be this one:
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    @Ptpalpha I think you are trying to convince yourself.
     
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    My new most used knife here by Virtus Knives.
     
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    Yeah, you're probably right. I'm not going to torture myself anymore. I'm keeping them all!
     
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    I'd have to go with my little Small Game Hunter. It's the first knife that I ever made. It's not the best for heavy work but its easy to carry, SUPERB for hunting use and daily use, and I can always use an axe/saw as needed for heavy work. It's only 1/10" thick Elmax and ground down to 10 thousandths thick behind the sharpened edge so even though its a flat grind, it cuts and carves with precision and works much better for hunting use than a scandi. I'd have to go with my Small Game Hunter.
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    Sorry but my brain cannot compute the one tool option... It's like saying you can only have 1 screwdriver in your tool box... You can argue a Phillips #2 is a highly versatile screwdriver that does 90% of what you need a screwdriver to do, until you run into that slotted screw !
     
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    I could maybe get down to one fixed blade per Pass-around Challenge, where’s the fun in that?
     
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    The BK16 in the middle with the custom sheath is the one that suits me best, althgh the other two are nicer aesthetically.

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    My Mora Bushcraft Black. That’s not due to reducing a collection (I’ve never had one) it is just the only fixed blade I’ve ever had. It is very nice though, with a good blade and comfortable handle.
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    Not at all a one tool challenge, though those are fun and interesting in my opinion. It is just asking yourself which of your nice bushcraft knives is your favorite to the point that this is the one you would keep if you had to forsake the others.
     
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    Like the sound of one hand clapping: Boring, ineffective, and no one would take notice. LOL
     
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    Sounds like a fair description, of me!
     
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    I know this is an old thread, but I was wondering if anyone’s choice has changed over the years? If I had to choose one it would probable be my SET M3 or maybe my AS Mountaineer. But to be honest I would really have to choose a small, medium, and large knife as I rarely only have just one.
     
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    I no longer own the knife I posted in this thread, so ya.

    This is the knife ive been grabbing every day on my way out the door.

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    My choice at the moment is still the same. I waiting on a custom from @556mp that is similar to my Woodbear but I think will improve on this design.... with a more contoured handle, smaller guard, and a more continuous belly on a longer blade (4.5" versus 3.9"). Add MP's hollow scandi grind and we should have a new winner :)
     
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    After utilizing a lot of different makers, steel types, and blade designs. My first custom knife would be my pick. This WST/WSK from @S.Gossman If I was forced to choose. This wouldn't even be a thought to me. Yes, even over my D.Beck WSK.

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    Assuming that i still get an axe I would go with my AA forge kephart in 80crv2 convex. Processing game along with wood would be the reason. 20190309_155924.jpg
     
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    Ok my SAK is ever present and I'm not overly confident with my WSK skill set yet . I'd have to say my Jungle Panawal Better Kukri . Better chopping ability than most other edged tools and lighter than all my other Kukri blades . Zero concern of breaking it during anything Bushcraft related .
     
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    In this theoretical situation, do I still get to have an axe w me?
     
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    “Down to one fixed blade?” I’m assuming for any and all situations. Just ONE fixed blade knife.

    I’d go with a BK7 with 90’ spine. Mine throws sparks like a dragon with ferro rod.

    Seven inch blade, 1095 steel, heavy enough for light wood chopping ( lop off 1” branches very easily) blade design should make it a decent skinning knife and great camp and fighting knife.

    Handle/grip anatomy is very good. Exposed pommel tang.

    They are not terribly expensive. You can find used ones on eBay for $60-80 shipped.

    The original nylon sheath that comes with them new, I’m not impressed with.

    If you’ve never owned a BK7 and are a serious bushcrafter and or survivalist, definitely consider the BK7 for an all around great outdoors knife to have in your collection.


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    I can get by with either one.....or some of my others.... DSCN3739.JPG
     
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    IMG_20190302_124223482.jpg IMG_20190727_080501611.jpg IMG_20180915_182055313.jpg mine would definitely be my bowie. It is the first knife I ever made. It is 5/32 thick 1095 steel. I got real lucky on the heat treat and temper. The handles are Osage that I cut down on the banks of white river in some woods I've hunted my whole life. I've butchered alot of deer and pig with this knife. Cut many a bough bed and tater too. Even skint a few squirrel with it. I never head into the woods without my trusty bowie and my case pocketknife. I could never sell this knife it will be passed down if I don't break it.
     
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    This one will I cherish above all others (it’s like a wedding vow!)
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    Another good option that I also own . If I truly only had one and only one I would seriously consider it as well . It can handle larger and relatively small task easily .
     
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    Mine has indeed changed to my Fallkniven F1 full tang blank with micarta scales. I realized I don't need as much knife as I thought I did and truth be told I could probably go the rest of my days with nothing more than a folder.
     
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    I own two fixed blade knives, not counting whittlers. I've sold or given away the rest. For traditional bush-crafting & hunting I own a Pathfinder Knife Shop Buffalo Skinner. Been using it for years and I like it so much I purchased a second in case I ever need a replacement and it had been discontinued or something. My light-weight back-packing fixed blade is a Morakniv Companion HD. It just works. I guess I'm an odd bird in that I'm totally satisfied with those two knives. My only folder is a SAK Huntsman, and it's the perfect pocket knife IMHO.
     
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    Glad I found this thread as I have been thinking about this a lot. Working hard on slimming my gear down to items I actually use and reduce the clutter.

    My last one would be my MP Knives Wolfpup. Super comfy and will get whatever job I need it to do done. Cheers!

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    hard to argue with that one.


     
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    Mine would be my most recent addition to my knife family,my Jeff White "Camp King"with a 6.25" 1095 high carbon blade.
     
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    This is my factory one. Still have the Cox resurrection version. Most excellent blade.
     
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    NWA Sierra Scout. O1, 3/16" 5" blade/ handle. Great sheath with firesteel and DMT stone glued on the back. Goes everywhere with me.
     
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    Id have to say my TOPS Pasayten Lite Traveller would have to be my “goto” blade. Add an ax, saw and pocketknife and Id have everything covered.
     
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    It took me a long time to get my head around the advantages of a bigger, well-designed knife. Always thought 4" blade max. But that changed when I got this from Stuart Ackerman (Zackerty, here).

    6" blade in 4mm O1/Kalgard.

    Really handy and nimble; beautifully balanced, and even though it looks a bit of a brute it is a nuanced and considered item. Note the slightly Grohmannesque offset handle, just for one instance. Great for slicing/chopping/poking around and digging about, but also for just holding and wondering on the philosophy of the thing. :)

    This is a pic from just before it was mailed to me (a couple of years ago, now) I don't have it with me right at the moment, hence the old pic ... it doesn't look quite so shop-fresh as it once did :)

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    I have two I wouldn't want to part with. One my grandfather gave me the Christmas I was born, the other my lovely girlfriend gave me after we had a skinny year money wise and she saved up to buy for me. If I absolutely could only have one knife, it'd be the buck 112 I was bestowed on Christmas of '85.

    My girlfriend would understand even though I cherish the benchmade bushcrafter she bought for me.
     
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    i meet this criteria to the T. i have a single fixed blade. i have two Mora's bouncing around the place. one is hooked to my tool box, the other is in a hunt pack (i think)

    the ONLY fixed blade i have is a Gough Resolute. that might change if the stars align, but for the most part..i'm done. i'm just not rabid for knives anymore. they are becoming simple tools again for me. like when i was a kid. i just cut things, and never looked lovingly at the knife..similar to how i feel about the hammer when i pound in a nail perfectly ( and i do have a badass hammer)
     
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    So I did a little tally and boy am I surprised. I find it summates the environment were in. Most of these blades would never work in the jungle (name your non US environment-desert,etc) and I think thats why you see so many other rural countries have much larger blades.

    So

    3,4,5,6"- Most of your standard blades your standard drop points and such that your average person would have- An astounding 66 blades or so would fit this category.

    WSK (Includes Tops Skullcrusher)- A surprisingly small 8 but still good.

    Kukri- WOW I thought this would be king yet a disgustingly low 2.

    Larger/ Wider- Any blade that would other fit in the 3-6" category but is specifically wider or larger this includes the bk7 and the bowie- Another low only 4 knives or so.

    Fighters- More or less any blade that seems a bit more "fighter" than "bushcrafter" and not just the general 6 inch blade, includes the MK1- A solid 7 blades

    Machete- Another surprisingly low only 2 machetes.

    WOW is this surprising. Im a kukri and wsk user to the end so Im surprised at the rather "limited" (altho its not, skill n all) usability of the 3 to 6 inchers or the fighters. Given the tracker thread im surprised their arent more WSK's. And most of all I dont understand the lack of kukri. Ill post it later but without a doubt mine would be my kukri. And when I say this I mean WITHOUT the companion blade I aint cheatin with no piggyback.

    I would have no trouble using my CS Carbon v kukri for every small (barks stripping, FF) or large task (chopping, fighting- Something I dont feel enough took into consideration unless yall wanna fight with a 4" blade) and could easily find a piece of glass to skin.

    Get to the pics later.
     
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    i maintain my cardio health so i can hopefully run from any potential knife fight. there isnt a single blade i own where i wonder how deep it will go into a body. :)
     
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    Boy what a blast from the past, hard to believe it's almost been 2 years.

    Still don't own any knives worth selling, still driving the same Civic daily but now with AC and new bushings in the rear so it's like a luxury automobile at this point ;)

    This thread makes me happy though, what a fantastic problem to have. #FirstWorldProblems
    We are lucky enough to be able to have multiple knifes sometimes worth more than a cheap car. Hard not to be thankful for a problem such as possibly having to get rid of some of the excess in order to take care of what really matters.

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    This is the one that I've been using the most lately. Cost $12 so it's exempt but honestly I'm not aware of anything at any price that really makes me want to commit to saving up and dropping some serious cash on. In the future I'm planning on making some of my own because I'm just that picky I guess.
     
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    Absolutely!
     
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    Now in no way do I mean anything rude so I hope nothing comes off as such. But could you explain that mindset (use?,smthn) for me a bit.

    I mean I hear something like that (4" max blade, which a fare amount have said) and I picture something just a little bigger than a paring knife. How does that cut something like a cake or pepper or even an apple (skill duh but desides that)? Usually when I see random kitchen blades I just naturally gravitate to the 5 or 6 inchers. Just 5 inches alone already feels pretty small and about as small as id want. Whats even the point of going smaller? More carvability? Who couldnt carve using same said 5 inch kitchen knife? I can cut anything with them that the smaller blades can and I still have more options for something like watermelon. And non of that has even touched bushcrafting stuff yet. Its just something ive never understood and always assumed I was just missing something about it. Or maybe its just everyone grew up on "the farm" and hunting and the good ol days thats where its from? Getting back to the point it just worries me when I hear that 4 inch blade max thing cause I feel its just more limited.
     
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    For me, I don't feel limited if I were to have my "one knife" and an axe. I don't live in or near a jungle that doesn't factor at all for me.
     
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