Fire and Forget. Hey guys, so we are all probably familiar with the Kabar Mk2, often called the USMC fighting knife, or just simply a "Kabar". Many of us are pretty familiar with its history, and understand that it was intended as a fighting utility knife, but somehow through lore and folk tales, it has become something more. Much more. Nearly any "survival knife" discussion that pops up with see droves of people touting the Kabar as the ultimate survival knife; "if its good enough to be issued to our fighting soldiers since WWII, its good enough for anything!" But is it issued to our soldiers? Is it a viable choice as a survival knife? Is it a viable choice as even a Bushcraft knife? I had my doubts, and also wanted to talk about the history of the blade, so I dove head first into a full on session of reviewing, and the results might be shocking to some, and fully expected by others. This was all possible thanks to my patrons on Patreon, I believe people get a fully different reviewing experience when the products that they are using aren't paid for by the company that made it! I hope that you will agree.