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New Survival Knife Designs

New Survival Knife Designs

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Published by buckonbeach
An idea for a new series of survival knives, inspired by arrowhead survival cards.
An idea for a new series of survival knives, inspired by arrowhead survival cards.

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Published by: buckonbeach on Jan 13, 2013
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New Survival Knife Designs (and Arrowhead Cards):
I was data mining on the net the other day, and found these designs for survival arrowhead cards:These useful little cards are credit card-sized pieces of stainless steel which have arrowhead shapes cut into them,made using a computer-controlled laser cutter, or high-pressure water cutter. There is one tiny bit of metal left,connecting each arrowhead to the card, and you just flex or snap them loose, when needed. (Got to get me some!)There are several different designs already on the market, and more are still under development.This version has a saw on one side, and a knife blade on the other, intended to be used for cutting, slotting, nocking,and scraping sticks, to make improvised arrow shafts in the field (in case you don’t have any other tools with you).
 You can also find arrowhead dog tags, which have one or two arrowheads, and both a saw edge, and a knife edge.This card has longer arrowheads, cut down the long side of the card.
 Seeing these gives me a similar idea, for a series of new survival knives:You can make cutouts in knife blades without significantly reducing blade strength, if you don’t remove too muchmaterial, like in these sketches. (There are plenty of knives for sale that have cutouts, but most are just decorative.)My idea is to make the same types of attached arrowhead-shaped cuts, in the blades of large chopping knives.This would work with machetes, bolos, khukris, and any other wide-bladed survival knife.The attached cutouts could be arrowhead shapes, larger spearhead shapes, or tiny knife shapes.

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What companys make these cards?
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