The Benchmade 915 Triage came in for review as part of my effort to find the best EDC rescue knife for my elite everyday carry backpack setup a while ago. In case you’ve read my review on the Boker Plus CFR you know already that I’m putting together an elite urban survival backpack with only the best gear for the job. This is my attempt to document my considerations and choices, hoping to help my fellow preppers and survivalist friends in making their own informed choices.
The Extrema Ratio BF2 CD – Urban Survival Utility Pocket Knife is the utility brother to the Extrema Ratio BF3 Dark Talon that I wrote about in this review.
Made by Extrema Ratio knives this is a true utility EDC folder, delivering the high quality demanded for professional use by military and police personnel into the hands of us urban survivalists.
The Boker Plus CFR EMT knife, the Combat First Responder. It came in for review today as part of my effort to find the best emergency responder knife for my elite everyday carry backpack setup.
The idea is simple: put together an urban survival backpack with only the best gear for the job. The Boker Plus CFR is one of only a few knives that could make the cut for best EMT knife. Let’s find out if it will.
If you’re as much of an urban survival nut as I am you’ll appreciate this find; the Extrema Ratio BF3 Dark Talon. Made buy Extrema Ratio knives this tactical folder is beauty and aggression folded into one. EDC-ing this easily concealable knife gives you the edge you’re looking for.
Being focused on urban survival I’m always looking for that cross over product which has proven itself in outdoor survival and is also applicable in a urban, downtown city survival scenario. The Fallkniven F1 is such a product.
It has proven itself to many a woodsman already and it has the characteristics I’m looking for in a survival knife for an urban perspective. So I couldn’t resist any longer and bought me one, let me share my first impressions with you.