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Elk Ridge Bushcraft Knife

£27.4583 Inc VAT
(Approx $33.1779)
Was £41.6583
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The Elk Ridge Bushcraft knife is fantastic value! The knife is made from a solid hand-forged stainless steel blade that extends through the green Nylon fibre or Pakkawood scales (Full-Tang). The blade is approx. 5mm thick and measures approx. 14cm in length. The knife is incredibly well balanced and is supplied razor sharp.

Bushcraft Survival Knife with Survival Accessories

Supplied with the Elk Ridge Bushcraft knife is a high-quality Nylon sheath with a hank of 550 paracord, a fire lighting firesteel and sharpening stone. The sheath itself is a multi-position carry sheath, so it may be carried vertically or horizontally on a bely or the straps of a rucksack - the loops are made from Velcro for swift and easy removal. These knives are one of the best priced full-tang bushcraft knives available.

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IMPORTANT: By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over. We will run checks to establish your age, so please enter YOUR correct date of birth at the checkout. Should you enter incorrect information or details of a family member your order will be placed on hold until you contact us and provide us with official forms of ID. If your details don't match with official records, we will not dispatch! This item must be used responsibly and appropriately.


"Purchased the elk ridge bushcraft knife,it arrived packed well and in a dedicated cardboard box,with safety rubber for the tip of the blade. The sheath is nylon and is as described as advertised. Firesteel and sharpening stone are token items, to my mind. But will do the job that was intended for them short term. The knife is 5mm thick and will do battoning with its concave grind and weight of 9 ozs or 260g stainless steel blade and full tang ,shaped with a finger guard and finger hooked heel. With squared off cheeks,(important reason for me to buy the knife) The cheeks are screwed in with recessed screws. I will be taping these in as not to loose them if they become loose from battoning , the cheeks are not glued in place. Within the knife these screws hide a secret compartment for waterproof matches needle and thread,tokens for your own ideas ? This knife will enable me to process small wood for a Kelly kettle also will not rust in a sea salt enviroment. I reguard this knife as a light axe, for me the right knife in body and price, great value for 30. "

StarStarStarStarStarReview By v grayson

"The item arrived quickly, Packed well and was in good nice condition."

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Jonathan

"So, I've had this knife for several months now and I've used it a lot. Both here in the UK and in the forests of Estonia over the winter, and I can say with out a doubt its worth every penny. I've used it for a range of task from making feather sticks, tarp stakes all the ways to battoning and skinning game and it had preformed flawlessly through out. The one thing that's impressed me the most though, is how it has retained its edge with out me ever needing to re-sharpen once even with all the hash tests ive put it through. I wasn't expecting that for a hollow grind. The sheath is a good quality black nylon. I've never owned a nylon sheath before but its proved its worth in Estonia while I was getting it wet all the time and it never shrunk like a poor quality leather can tend to do and when I got back I could just simply wack it in a wash to clean it with no effect to the structure of the sheath. The only thing I will mention is that the fero rod and sharpening stone isn't the best but when you only paying in the region of 30 for it all, the quality of those items is easily forgiving and didn't bother me one bit as I just replaced them with my own higher quality items such as my DC4 with still fit snuggly in the pocket on the sheath. the Last thing I will mention is the fact that I kind of like the storage compartment I found in the scales with the matches and sewing kit. again I just replace the low quality matches with my own but still a great idea to be able to put some emergency storm matches and a couple chlorine tablets in there. So yes, I am well impressed with this knife and would recommend it to anyone. "

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Darren Jensen

"The item arrived quicly and was well packaged. I've not used it yet, but will do once I am in the woods or Jumgles of the Philipines. First impression is that the knife looks good value for the money. It feels very solid and sturdy and is well made and also with quite a sharp blade. The sheath in my opinion is not great, but it's usable for now. I think the free sharpening stone that came with it and the spark rod rod and steel work well & good to have in the sheath. For the money invested a great and useful piece of kit. Plus on flights nice to see that it will be all together in your kit bag."

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Stephan

"This item arrived promptly and well packaged. I've yet to use it out in the woods but my first impression is that this knife is good value for money. It feels very robust and is well made and also came with quite a sharp blade. The sheath isn't the best but it's still acceptable, I don't think I'll be using the sharpening stone that came with it but the ferro rod and steel work well and are a good addition. On balance for the money I think this was a good purchase."

StarStarStarStarStarReview By David
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