Posted September 20, 2010 by andrew
The Dajo Survivor knife is a full, if minimalist, survival kit at a great price. The sharp, wide blade can be used for everything from shaving a branch for tinder to skinning caught animals for food. The notch on the back of the blade is designed to be used as a striker for the Swedish FireSteel that is included, and the cutouts in the handle are designed to allow for the blade to be used as the head of a spear, while at the same time lowering how much weight the kit ads to your pack. Rounding off the kit is the survival whistle, which can be used in an emergency to draw search teams to your location without using up your voice and energy.
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More information from Dajo:
The Survivor was designed to be a fairly compact minimalist survival knife and it’s the real deal. The knife is a solid full tang design with a G-10 handle ready to take plenty of abuse. The notch in the back of the blade is designed to act as a striker for the included Swedish FireSteel. The sheath can be mounted vertically or horizontally and holds the Swedish FireSteel, emergency whistle, and five feet of cord. It can even be fashioned into a spear with the included cord.
- Create sturdy, compact, lightweight survival knife
- Include Swedish FireSteel, emergency whistle, and five feet of cord in the sheath
- Notch the back of the blade to serve as a striker for the FireSteel
- Design sheath to be mounted horizontally or vertically
- Blade Length: 3-3/4″
- Overall Length: 7-1/2″
- G-10 handle
- 7Cr17MoWV stainless blade (57 HRC)
- Full tang design
- Made in China