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Knife recommendations.

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  • Knife recommendations.

    Hello, everybody. I have a question to pose to all forumites. I am looking at getting a Ruko camo fixed blade knife at my local Rural King. I was wanting to get some opinions about this knife, or Ruko knives altogether. I collect knives, but I also look for a knives usability. Could this knife be used effectively for hunting, camp use, and maybe even in a survival setting? Thanks in advance for your help and taking time to help a fellow out. BTW I already have mora, gerber, buck, cold steel, fallkniven, sog, ka bar, and becker.;)

  • #2
    gotta link...?
    Live like you'll die tomorrow, learn like you'll live forever.


    • #3
      I found one on e-bay, but I don't have enough posts to post a link. It's called a Ruko Outfitter Hunting knife.


      • #4
        Also, the one at my local Rural King is 1/2 that price.


        • #5
          The ones that I have handled and purchased for work have been average quality. By the list of knives you have this I feel would be a step down in quality. I forgot to say that all of the ones I have handled have been 440A and made in china.
          Last edited by Omegaman; 06-09-2011, 08:52 PM.


          • #6

            For the price....why not try it?.....
            Live like you'll die tomorrow, learn like you'll live forever.


            • #7
              design is sound but i try to stay away from 440 stainless on fixed blade knives


              • #8
                I try to stay away from knifes with plastic screws in the handle just a thought I would rather pay a little more for an established brand.