Knifes, machetes and tomahawk

Dave at the Survival and Emergency Preparedness Blog has written a few new posts

A Pair of Victorinox Pioneers

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My Victorinox Pioneer that I bought in the early 80s has been my favorite EDC pocketknife of late. It’s a good size for pocket carry, has a very useful assortment of tools, is nearly indestructible with its alox scales, and is sheeple friendly.

A Couple New Choppers

In contrast to the Trail Hawk, the Ontario machete came as dull as a butter knife. In a few places the edge grind didn’t even meet — the edge was actually flat. The parkerized finish on the blade was even and looks good, however.

Dixon’s Tomahawk

I bought a tomahawk at Dixon’s Muzzleloading Shop in Kempton, PA about 10 years ago. For the past few years I’ve used it as a garden tool. The relatively thin blade chops through the wood on my property well.

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Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


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  • Greetings from Texas,
    I have used tomahawks for some years and consider them a fine tool not given the respect they deserve. I wonder if you have ever had occassion to use a Kukri.
    I have collected several over the years including WWI and WWII British issue. These days I leave those home and carry the Heavy Cold Steel Kukri. Not only will it will cleve just about anything but I was shocked to discover they can be thrown like a Tomahawk with simular results.
    Art

  • One knife that I was surprised about was the Harley Davidson money clip I bought from impactguns.com. This knife was a benchmade which I knew was high quality but, being such a small blade it was extremely sharp and thick. I must say a very great purchase