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Those would be SAKs and larger single-blade lockers. Carbon steel, ergonomic handle design with rounded pommel, smooth polished, yet grippy scales Preferably a knife with some heft, but not too hefty lest it be a PITA to carry in the woods. Three year olds walked around carrying machetes on their shoulders, learning to use them from a young age. I have used carbon blades, but the extra upkeep just adds more things to the to-do list. A2 would work for me as well as the others mentioned. Really what you're asking of us to define an ideal bushcraft knife is impossible due to different types of terrain, different locales, climates and their respective flora and fauna. Due to the thorny and small-stemmed nature of his woods, he has chosen a longer knife or machete for most of his bushie tasks. I've never had a folder fail because of the grind. In the jungle, the best all-purpose bushcraft knives are machetes, bolos, etc. Those are a few traits of what I consider to be "bushcraft" knives. I prefer those to be flat ground, though shallow hollows work. Thread starter Tom Krein Start date Mar 10, Tom Krein Scout. GreyOne Elder Lifetime Supporter. Good solid, retentive sheath, preferably of leather. Maybe a bit of extra length for use with gloves on too. It is that important to them. This could be VERY informative! Account Upgrade. Add a comfortable handle that one can use for extended periods with no "hot spots". I think a "bushcraft" knife is one that can comfortably handle any task that may be necessary in the wilderness. It needs to do be able to carve, fix up food, skin and gut game, and cut up some fire wood through the battoning method. Log in Register. A Normark-branded Marttiini with a 5 inch blade; mystery metal and rubber grip.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Yes, I love carbon and have several, but when out, I am always near a river or lake. In between deserts, lowlands, etc it may vary depending on the type of plant material. Your best bushcraft knife is the one that is most comfortable and useful for the environment in which you find yourself. I myself like full tang and I like my knives to have some heft to them. I think more than this, the good bushcraft knife is defined by what it does well. What do you expect it to be able to do? I'd show you the folders, but I assume y'all know what a Swiss Army Knife looks like. BUSHscandi Guide. I think G1 summed it up. Joined Oct 20, Messages 1, Likes 29 Location down the woods, carving by the fire. Trekon86 Guest. I want durability, good edge, simplicity of design, adaptability to varied use, a good handle that fits and is easy to use, fit and finish that are pleasant to look at and hold. Likewise, I would tell you of the fact that where I grew up, people didn't use small knives much. It's gonna be used for light chopping, animal prep, rough carving. While I like the look of wood handles, I prefer synthetic materials, especially micarta. What's new. Other than that, I agree with most of the above posters. I'll have to get a second job. I just like the knife to be simple in design and materials. Tomahawk, a world traveler who posts on here, will tell of the numerous cultures he has visited and their penchant for machetes in the equatorial regions of the world. Seriously, what traits do you look for in a knife to make it a bushcraft knife? I consider all these to be "bushcraft" knifes. I think defining a perfect bushcraft knife would be impossible. Now, for me, I don't really worry about it being a "bushcraft" knife. In the northern boreal forests, the best tools are axes and smaller sharp knives. Now, with that out of the way, please don't tell me that there is the slightest chance that a bushcraft knife will be comming off your bench. Have to agree with Trekon that location matters - the jungle and the tundra require different approaches. Lots of characteristics. Hence no stainless steels in bushcraft knives. I carry more than one knife and generally use a folder which I carry several of for small tasks like feather sticks, carving, food prep, etc. Today's stainless steels are very good and I never feel shortchanged. That being said, my favorite designs are typically straight-back, drop point, or semi-skinner style knives, full sized comfy handle, convex edge, full tang, and carbon or tool steel. Log in. Now, saying all that, these are the two fixed blades that I've used the most over the last 15 years. However, I've only had Kydex and similar with neck knives, so really don't know if I like Kydex with larger blades. New posts. I like my blades to be around 4 inches. Rupe Scout. While I will say that I prefer full tang, in practice I use rat tails and have never had an issue. Recent Posts. For fixed blades, I generally look for a comfortable handle that grips well when wet. One area where I disagree with most is between carbon and stainless. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Forums Recent Posts New posts. Wood carving is one of the most prominent tasks a bushcraft knife should excel at, which is why scandis are popular. I'm really looking forward to your guys responses. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. I like a inch blade, flat, scandi, or convex, prefer something close to a spear point. Pinebaron Curmudgeon. Joined Nov 2, Messages 1, Likes I think Greyone pretty much sumed it up. Rugged construction, comfortable handle, easily field-sharpened. MoxemDeliph Guide. What do you like and why? What's new New posts Latest activity. SigNY Scout. It is also good if it can be used as a flint and steel striker. Most all surroundings require some sort of specialty that others may not. This is also why I prefer synthetic handles. There are definitely "traditional" bushcraft knives with a certain grind, steel, construction, etc. I'm already living on Ramen noodles, bread and water. Homeslice Guide. But what do I know I'm just an end-user PMZ. I reject the idea that a "bushcraft" knife is a full-tang, spear-point, thin, scandi-ground blade that adheres to the "woodlore-ish" pattern. And carbon steel is the only way to go whether it be or I don't own any convex knives yet so I only have experience with Scandi for woods work. For example, GreyOne will tell you of his experimentation with axes and their subsequent abandonment rofl. I prefer a leather sheath that holds tight and firmly attaches to a leather belt. Kydex is good for EDC but is fugly as all get out. A knife you use to do It must be good at the following tasks: Wood cutting and pointing Wood carving Making feathersticks and tinder shavings Field dressing Skinning It is good if it can stand up to abusive tasks such as batoning and drilling with the point. Got to be able to carve wood, cut rope, skiin and gut game, slice food, baton firewood. Find what fits your needs best and you have found your bushcraft mate! Not that they aren't bushcraft knives, they're just not the only ones.