Rule the Wild and Start a Fire with This Slick Survival Knife

This is one versatile blade.
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The sharp, sturdy, fire-starting Bushcraft Survival knife

The sharp, sturdy, fire-starting Bushcraft Survival knife (Photo: Morakniv AB)

Backed with a 125-year blade smithing heritage, the Swedish-made Bushcraft Survival Knife will get you far in the wild.

A special anti-corrosive black coating protects the 4.3-inch long, 1/8-inch thick carbon steel blade and you can keep it razor sharp at all times with the diamond sharpener integrated into its black plastic sheath. And best of all, it can also be used to start fires.

Because its fire starter is rated to yield 7,000 strokes, each producing sparks over 5,000 degrees Fahrenheit in any weather conditions, you can use it to light grass, bark, paper, or even a gas grill or stove.

It's available on Amazon for $56. A small price to pay for the ability to kill, cook and carve your way through the woods.

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