Introduction: Survive Knife

Step 1: Head Up

Ok so this is my first one so forgive me if its not all that good

Step 2: Get Your Knife

Now I did not hollow this knife myself i bought it this way but I still found it need a few extra things

Step 3: Gather Material

Now most of these things came with the knife but I have added a few things
Things you need
Matches
Strike strip
Fishing hook
Fishing line
Needle
Thread
Safety pins
And any thing else you need and can fit

Step 4: Fit It In

And then of course you have to make sure it fits in the knife

Comments

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CSI worker (author)2015-05-17

Are there knives like this but are sturdy?

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ccgeek (author)2015-01-14

not a real survival knife.you can make something better for cheaper,a good survival knife should always be full tang(having the blade and handle one piece of steel)

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Stoveman (author)ccgeek2015-04-21

Agreed. Full tang is a basic requirement.

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_Who (author)2014-03-29

Horrible knife if u drop it it will probably shatter

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CSI worker (author)2014-03-02

COOL, but I found some one who made one like this before but COOL!

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essdee1972 (author)2014-02-24

Friend, use a normal fixed blade knife and carry the other stuff in your wallet / pockets. These "survival" knives will break the first chance they get!

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blkhawk (author)2014-02-23

Cheap knife bought at HF is hardly an instructable project.

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GarrettD (author)2014-02-23

All this is is the 8$ harbor freight knife with the "gathered materials" it comes with... disappointed... waisted my time...

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daniel_corron (author)2014-02-23

8$ at harbor freight

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carlos66ba (author)2014-02-23

From the looks of it, it is from harbor freight, and should cost under $10 usd

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PhilsTj (author)2014-02-22

Nice knife. Do you have any details about how much it cost or where you got it?