Wilson Model 2 Tactical as a Survival Knife

skammer

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I wouldnt use it for anything but cutting. While it is a sexy fighting blade I wouldnt beat on it or put lateral stress on it in any fashion.

RIght tool for the job.

Skam
 
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I agree to a point. It'll handle lite wood working and other wilderness chores, but you might not be able to do any seriously heavy work with it.
 
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need a knife no longer than 10in.-10.5in in o/v length that could do all camp chores and chopping power.
price up to $350.00.....
 
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How about a Wilson Model 1 ? Much thicker.

I know I want one of those.:thumbup:

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From what has been said I'm assuming it's hollow ground. I would stay away from hollow grinds in a large camp/chopper blade. IMHO, it's to weak for hard use.
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daniel4572 said:
Its just a bit bigger then I want but how about a Busse Satin Jack Tac????

It's probably my favorite user Busse. Great all around camp chore knife, and the best warranty on the planet.
 
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