Fixed Blade Knives
Fixed Blade Knives are camping knives that do not fold like a jack knife. They are sturdier for heavier use like survival or hunting.
They come in different brands, sizes and price ranges.
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The one shown in the image here is the Gerber brand Bear Grylls fixed blade knife. The overall length is 7.75 inches, the blade itself is 3.25 inches. The handle is wrapped with 60 inches of customizable paracord for multiple survival uses.
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More Fixed Blade Knives
This fixed blade knife is the MTECH USA knife. This knife includes a nylon sheath to store the blade part into. You can wear the sheath on your belt if you want to. The handle is made from a durable and sturdy rubber with no slip inserts. The blade is a black coated stainless steel blade. Overall length is 12.25 inches. The blade itself is 7 inches long. See more angles, read more product details, and read customer feedback comments by clicking the image you see here.
This is more than just a fixed blade knife like the ones discussed above. These fixed blade knives come as an entire survivor kit that includes a fire starter. With this kit you would get everything shown in this picture, including a 7 inch long military styled fixed blade knife, a green sheath that can velcro closed for safe keeping, a magnesium alloy fire starter, and the knife blade comes with green cord for better grip and as an added extra resource in an emergency. Click this image for a lot more details including video demonstrations.
This example of available fixed blade knives is a carbon steel blade knife from the Morakniv line of knives. The overall length is 8.6 inches. The blade alone is 4.1 inches in length. The green plastic sheath is included. The sheath is hard for durability and better safe keeping if the knife. The sheath also includes a belt clip to make it wearable. Find more information about this knife or browse through a whole bunch of other similar fixed blade knives by clicking the image you see here.