I was able to use this knife to prepare my campsite, cutting down dry branches to use for kindling. I caught a few fish for dinner, and it was easy to skin and scale the fish using this best survival knife. When my fishing line got all tangled up in some sticks, I was able to use this knife to cut the line and get rid of the debris I pulled up from the bottom of the lake.
This is a lightweight knife that has a durable handle, made to be used by both left and right handed individuals. The blade angle is 20 degrees, and it’s made from 1095 cro-van steel blade. The handle is made from Grivory, which makes it easy to grip. The blade is flat, and it’s five inches long, making the blade versatile for many types of uses outdoors. It’s one of the best survival knives for sale to the general public, and it’s made in the United States. A glass filled nylon sheath protects the knife when it’s not in use. The total length of this knife is 10 1/2 inches long. I think it balances well in your hand, offering an evenly distributed weight that makes this knife easy to yield. Split kindling or skin game with ease using this survival knife.
Knife Uses and Applications
Cut Vegetables While Cooking Outdoors
When you are camping, you need to be creative when it comes to cooking utensils. While you’ll need to clean this knife off first after skinning the game you catch, you can easily use this knife while preparing your dinner for the outdoor grill.
Spend Time Whittling
If you get a break while sitting by the campfire, this is an excellent knife to practice your whittling skills. Whether you just spend time trying to take the bark off of a stick, or you try to whittle a walking stick, this knife will stay sharp throughout the process. I had some fun once my kids fell asleep, sitting by the fire and whittling with my knife.
Make an Outdoor Shelter
In a true emergency situation, this knife can be used to create logs that will give you the materials you need to build a temporary shelter. Create notches at the end of each log, making it easy to secure your outdoor shelter. Strip bark off of sticks and logs easily, and get ready for the night in most emergency situations.
When you need to get a fire started but you don’t have a lot of small kindling, you can use the ka bar becker bk2 to split up larger sticks to make them suitable to start a fire. You can strip the bark off the stick to use for kindling, and split apart the wood of the sticks to use as the fire begins to burn.
Cut Yourself Free in an Emergency
This is a strong knife that can be used when you need to cut yourself out of an emergency. For example, if you get stuck in your car with the seatbelt on, this knife will rip easily through the fabric of your seat belt. In a pinch, it can be used as a weapon if necessary.
Care and maintenance
To care for the ka bar becker bk2 survival knife, I pay attention to always wiping down the blade before I put it into the sheath. The sheath is protective, and as long as you don’t put the knife away wet, this knife will stay in great condition for a long time. I keep the knife sharp with a sharpening stone, and always make sure before I go on an adventure that the knife is as sharp as possible.
Frequently asked questions: About Knife
Q1: Is there a pocket on the nylon sheath?
Q-2: Will it fit my xxl hands?
Q-3: Is the sheath kydex or nylon?
Glass reinforced nylon.
Q-4: Should I use a particular sharpener?
Most stones work well.
Q-5: Do I have to buy the sheath separately?
Q-6: Is the spine 90 degrees?
Q-6: Will the knife lock into the sheath?
Yes, and nothing else is needed.
Q-7: Is the knife full tang?
Yes, it’s all one piece.
Q-8: Can I carry this knife horizontally?
Yes, you should be able to.
Q-9: Can the knife be carried on the left?
Not with the factory sheath.
When you want a strong, durable knife that’s going to be able to get you out of trouble in an emergency, the ka bar becker bk2 is a great survival knife to choose. I used this knife while out fishing and camping, and I was able to get myself all untangled from a big mess I caught from the floor of the lake. I used the Ka bar to get the kindling ready for the fire, to cut up a bunch of vegetables for dinner, and to skin the fish I caught for supper. The knife was easy to use, and felt lightweight in my hand. I used the knife throughout the campsite, and didn’t have any problems. The knife maintained it’s sharpness throughout the weekend, and I didn’t need to sharpen it with the stone. I can’t think of any activity where this knife wouldn’t be useful, and if I was stuck out in the wilderness needing to survive, I would hope I had one of these knives in my kit.