The Urban Survival Tin Knife Guide
At the hart of your urban survival tin should be a well chosen knife. It’s without a doubt one of the most versatile tools you can carry and likely the most important piece of gear you´ll have on you. And despite the necessarily small size it has due to the constraints of the tin you should be able to use it for tasks such as cutting/slicing, splitting, self-defense, first aid tool, food prep, shelter building, fire making, hunting and prying. So picking an urban survival tin knife is quit an important decision.
Ever since I build my own urban survival tin I’ve been looking for a good knife to go with it. There are a few knives out there that both fit in a tin and are build well enough to trust your survival on. I’ve used several ones myself and decided that, since there aren’t any comparative sources that could really help me compare small knives, I would make one myself for you to enjoy.
The Urban Survival Tin Knife Guide will help you find your knife. Buying a survival tin knife isn’t as easy as you might expect. Granted, there isn’t as much choice as with regular knifes, but the differences are there and they’re big enough to require you to think carefully about which one to choose. Think about what it is you want and let the The Urban Survival Tin Knife Guide below help you decide which one is best for you. The chart allows you to compare knives based on a variety of factors.
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|Manufacturer||Model||Blade length mm||Open length mm||Closed length mm||Weight grams||Locking Mechanism||Blade Style||Opener||Blade Steel||Handle Material||Clip|
|Sanrenmu||B4-717||66||163||91||51||Monolock||Clip Point||Enlarged Nail Opener||8Cr14MoV||Stainless Steel||Tip Down|
|Spyderco||Grasshopper Slipit SS||59||128||70||39||Slip joint||Clip Point||Round Hole||8Cr13MoV||Stainless Steel||no clip|
|Gerber||STL 2.5||66||152||86||43||Frame Lock||Drop Point||Finger Nail hole||7Cr17MoV||Stainless Steel||no clip|
|CRKT||Ritter RSK Mk5||44||96||96||26||-||Drop Point||-||3Cr13MoV||Stainless Steel||no clip|
|Victorinox||Pioneer||-||-||92||85||-||Spear Point||Nail Notch||X50CrMO||Aluminium||no clip|
|Bear Grylls||Compact Scout Knife||64||147||84||40||Lock Back||Drop Point||Nail Notch||High Carbon Stainless||Stainless Steel||no clip|
|Gerber||Paraframe Mini||56||152||78||40||Frame Lock||Clip Point||Nail Notch||High Carbon Stainless||Stainless Steel||Tip Down|
|Dermasafe||First Aid IFAK Folding Utility Survival Knife||51||75||8||-||-||Nail Notch||Shaving quality stainless steel||Plastic||no clip|