Completely original design ultimate survival knife..

kard133

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I present the HX Outdoors "Master" survival knife.

I can see at least five design elements borrowed from other knives, but at least it isn’t a brazen copy :p

D2 Steel, with a diamond sharpener plate on the back of the sheath. Available from all good Chinese retailers.

 

Countryman

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Jun 26, 2013
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It's nicked a load of ideas from other designs and turned a useful tool into a total piece of tat.



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C_Claycomb

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notch = gutting hook, for un-zipping large game without the risk of puncturing the organs that using the tip carries. Some like them, most don't, totally detrimental in this knife. The serations look like micro rather than the sort you get on a Spyderco, again, not sure what for, but clearly someone thought that more features always equalled better.

I wonder whether China has an internal Bushcraft market.
 

robevs73

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Looks serrated.
Don't need that so when the tip snaps off you have a mini multi function tool aswell��
 

Jaeger

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Aye Up,

Come on then - someone translate the Chinese!

Ok then, I'll have a go -

1. Best steel (a mix of recycled Indian railway line and British car boot tool steel).
2. Twenty one centimetres long
3. Width approx 2 cms
4. Laser etched lettering
5. Can be used measure in any situation - angle up/down/sideway
6. Accurate to 1mm
7. 9mm rope comes free
8. Instruction included
9. Knife and lanyard sold separately
10. Patent - what's that?:lmao:

Apologies where due (and I do have two excellent Chinese made BRS stoves!)
 

Janne

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Aye Up,

Come on then - someone translate the Chinese!

Ok then, I'll have a go -

1. Some kind of steel (a mix of recycled Indian railway line,scrapped nuclear powerplants and British car boot tool steel).
2. Twenty one centimetres long
3. Width approx 2 cms
4. Laser etched lettering
5. Can be used measure in any situation - angle up/down/sideway
6. Accurate to 1mm
7. 9mm rope comes free
8. Instruction included
9. Knife and lanyard sold
 
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Glow in the dark. No need for Tritium there!

I have always wondered what happens to the metal from old Nuclear power plants. Being very high quality I doubt it is scrapped and kept in mountain caves.


Definatly is lots of stores for various grades of radio active material all over the place even the high power tritium used in very old mobile phones or warship dial indicators
 
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Umm Five elements....that's very Chinese! I don't think the tip would snap as that surgests some hardness.... I think it would be better to put an edge on that ruler it would hold up better :rolleyes: