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I am looking for a new fixed blade knife. I basically want a knife that can stand up to large amounts of abuse. Good edge rete

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  • erikgilbert
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    K bar! The seal pup looks like a close 2nd, but I don't own one. Any buck fixed blade on clearance is another good option

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  • Hobob
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    Buck 119 or KaBar are two of the most solid knives. I found a Buck in the woods once looking brand new after who knows how long out in the elements.

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  • RockySquirrel
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    I am partal to a CASE hunter. But to be 100% honest, a SOG SEAL PUP is the best fixed knife I have ever owned. So far.

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  • seth trudeau
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    Cold Steel is the way to go.

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  • Kevin Bruning
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    Sog not song sorry

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  • Kevin Bruning
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    I'm now looking at the song fixation Bowie and the Aura Seal, along with the jungle primitive. Does anyone have any experience with these knives? The Aura has a built in sharpener which is a draw, but other then that they re pretty similar.

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  • jhjimbo
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    I second the Buck 119 and i also would recommend the Pathfinder.
    Any of Buck knives are great values. My 119 is 1965 vintage and still going strong.

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  • DSMbirddog
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    The suggestions for the Buck Special and the KaBar seem right to me. Those are two tough knives.

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  • buckhunter
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    I love my Diamondblade. Pricey but it is the last knife I'm ever going to buy.

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  • 357
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    Mora is a good one, so is the cold steal pendelton hunter line.

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  • upland4
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    Buck 119 special is a great knife very tough and it does not break the bank plus they are made in the USA

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  • 99explorer
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    My uncle had a World War Two Cattaraugus knife with a leather washer handle.
    In between hunting seasons, he used it for digging in his garden and often left it sticking in the ground overnight.
    He would clean it up and sharpen it for deer season.
    I think the company is still making knives.

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  • OutdoorEnvy
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    look at an ESEE 4

    Those are seriously tough knives and tough steel, plus a lifetime warranty if it breaks, no matter what you did to it. Plus their made in the USA

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  • FlyinMonkey
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    I still carry my USMC Ka-Bar. They are great!

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  • small game sportsman
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    Also, Harbor Freight has a good knife for $7!. I have it, its a good quality knife.

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