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(2018) My Top 5 (Personal Favorite) Fixed Blade Outdoor Knives – Preparedmind101

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  1. Jessmuk O1- probably my favorite Bushcraft knife. The thing just works and has handled every task I’ve thrown at it. Not to mention it’s one of the most comfortable knives I own.

    JX5 Vengeful 1- pure destruction. This knife is the best knife I’ve ever swong, no questions asked. It hits with power and sinks deep. The ability to do finer tasks makes the JX5 one of my all time favorite knives. Altho I don’t belt carry mine!

    Bravo 1 A2- My first high end knife, I’ve had it for years and it’s still a favorite. Ergonamical and a pleasure to use. The A2 steel is one of my top 3 favorite steels. The Bravo 1 is a knife I wouldn’t hesitate to take into any situation. I’ll never not own one.

  2. Great choice! would love to see more of that Fobos in action, the sheath looks very well made. Legion has now been added to my next purchase list.

  3. Bark River JX5 is my favorite chopper (2nd is my Western Bowie 😁). My Bark River Ansgar is a great slicer. My Kellam puukko for detailed work.

  4. I was sad, as my eight year old A2 Bravo 1was introduced in 3V. I guess I don’t, *Need*, an upgrade.

  5. Jessmuk in O1- instantly I loved the look of it, mentioned it to my wife in passing, and then months later it showed up at Christmas time! The handle is so incredibly comfortable, none of my other knives even come close in that department. At first I was a little leery of how well I was going to be able to maintain the sharpness of that huge belly, but that’s not been a problem after some practice. I’ve taken off the slight secondary bevel and like it better that way. All around awesome knife.

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