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Designed by Jason Tietz

Designed for heavy use in real survival situations these also make excellent camp, hunting, backpacking or utility knives. The deep finger choil protects fingers while applying pressure whittling, cutting or chopping. Atop the blade is a notch for efficient striking of a ferro rod and one is included with each knife. Features a polished stainless steel divot for use with a fire bow. This is a well-designed, great looking, and robust knife intended for serious work. The FC7 is outfitted a Kydex sheath.

  • 12 oz. weight
  • 7" Blade Length
  • 12" Overall Length
  • .200" Blade Thickness
  • CPM S35VN Steel
  • Rc. 58-60 Hardness
  • Kydex
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4 Reviews

  • 5
    camping knife

    Posted by Michael on Jan 12th 2024

    This is the overall best camping knife available! I believe in many knives for a variety of tasks, but this is the by far the best all around. Mike

  • 5

    Posted by George D Collins on Nov 7th 2023

    This is the best fixed blade knife I have ever owned!

  • 5
    FC7 Perfection

    Posted by Bret Haas on Aug 23rd 2023

    Wow! The knife of my dreams. Came with the Kydex sheath but I bought the leather one, too. Both are of incredible craftsmanship and quality. I wish I had had this when I was active Marine Corps.

  • 5
    Quality knife

    Posted by Mason Jeffries on Oct 22nd 2022

    Instructor at the USMC jungle warfare training center. This knife is amazing so far. I was nervous about spending so much on a knife but if you actually need a solid bushcraft knife that can stand up to the wet and rusty environment of the jungle its great. I've hacked trees down, built fires in pouring rain. It still hasn't shown me signs of rust or wear. I wish I had gotten the "tactical" version while it was in stock. The handle fits my hands perfectly. I do wish there was a pommel of some kind but I'm coming from a kabar so I'm sure a wrist strap will do fine. Now of only they'd bring back the kukris in 9 inch blades.