Introduction: New! Blade and Multi Tool Collection
If you have seen my earlier weapon collection, you can obviously tell some new stuff has come in. But also some things have stayed. If I get 50 favorites, I will do a ranged weapon collection!
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Step 1: Throwing Knives.
These are my HIBBEN CUSTOM DESIGNED throwing knives and I am very glad about the strength and easiness of throwing abilities. I recommend them to anyone who wants to learn to throw knives, but at the same time have inexpensive, great knives.
Step 2: Single Knife.
For a knife that is sharp, full tang construction, and old. There is no other knife I would rather have, especially since it was handed down through my family.
Step 3: Deer Cleaning Kit
RMEF makes great knives. Check this set out and maybe buy one if you are looking for incredibly sharp blades.
Step 4: Hatchet and Knife
These were hand made by my great grandfather and handed down through the family. Nothing to say except for I love this set.
Step 5: Pocket Knife (EDC)
A small and fang shaped, half serrated blade that is great for the price of $2.50! Check them out at your local army/navy store.
Step 6: Main Multi Tool
Best multitool for the price. ($30) It comes with a steady sheath and built in flashlight. Spring loaded pliers with small serrations for extra grip.
Step 7: Small Fisher Man's Tool
Nail clippers, scaling knife, and hook. Nice for the size and weight.
Step 8: Eddie Bauer Multi Flash Tool
This is a cool flashlight multi tool combo. I recommend this to anyone who likes small cheap multi tools.
Step 9: Very Small EDC Pocket Knife, Not Many Tools But Good for Every Day Things.
Tiny Swiss Army multi tool with enough functions to make me buy another. I recommend this to someone who wants a multitool, that is a great brand, but doesn't want to spend much.