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ESEE RB3: LOVING This Knife For Bushcraft, Camping, Carving, and More

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I saw the ESEE RB3 a few years ago and I was interested. Now I’ve tested it, and I like it – quite a bit. This thing is not going to be a ‘one-tool-option’ for being in the woods – but it IS a great knife (IMHO) for about 90% of what I need to do in the woods – check it out!

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7 thoughts on “ESEE RB3: LOVING This Knife For Bushcraft, Camping, Carving, and More

  1. An excellent knife designed by a wonderful and amazingly humble man. Reuben has decades of knowledge and experience in the outdoors and hence designed another knife, the other being a TOPS, that is truly built for function. Great Review.

  2. I just bought the PR4 and absolutely love it, this intrigues me as well. Nice little knife!
    I’m using my PR4 with my Council Tool Woodcraft Axe and it’s a perfect woods setup for my needs. I sold my Junglas and regret it, I’ll be buying another one.

  3. Thank Tim I have the RB3. I like it the edge on mine chips easily from the box so I put a convex scandi edge and that helped quite a bit.

  4. These knives look very nice but it’s strange, I’ve never seen an ESEE anything, must not be popular in the Midwest.

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