Let’s get started really saying this list is in no specific order than price point and to give you guys, quick rundown of these dives in case you’re, unfamiliar with any of them. This is, of course, the more a companion visiting Morra eldress. This is the S III. This is the LT right Camp muck, and this is the BRK bushcrafter, and these are my top five and I’m going to get into why I these five made it onto this list, probably know or have seen from this blog.
I have a lot of neck knives and I’ve used a lot of neck knives and so who really does take quite a special knife to actually make it onto this list, because I have many to choose from, but the more companion. The reason why this is one of the first on my list is because this was actually the first neck knife. I ever ran this one specifically in the first neck knife I ever ran alongside the Mora companion.
These were the first third, more companion, slash clipper were the first two neck knives for me to ever run and I ran them for around a year and a half, and I really liked them as far as performance goes. They are very good. The price point is incredibly hard to beat on them. Overall, this knife just was such an impressive knife and, like I was saying you know, I ran it for a long time, so I really understand how to use this knife and I think, for a good starting neck knife.
This one is extremely hard to beat. I really think the only thing that could really beat this as a starter. Neck knife is its newer brother, the L dress and the L dress. Once I got it, I was kind of one of the last people as far as youtuber viewers to go to actually get one, but now that I’ve got it, it is fastly becoming one of my favorite neck knives. Ever I mean really, as I see the more L dress, it’s like a every day man’s se as Azula.
You know it has a large handle, obviously for these mittens, it’s a little bit hard to show, but it actually can fit pretty well, even with very large men, unlike I have here today, but overall, as far as being a very small night list set around the Size of an ST masuleh, this knife is really really good and once again it keeps that characteristic property of more knives, and that is a very good value and a reasonably low.
When I was saying, I really love the moral dress and it is, in my opinion, really the only Mora that could really beat the companion as far as being a very compact, very lightweight, but still quite strong neck knife and one of the largest upgrades I see With Elle dress is not only that is a lighter weight than the companion, but they’ve actually sharpened the spine from factory on the L dress. So it actually throws me crazy, so I really have been in super impressed by it.
I think any of you guys have readed my a lot of my survival kit. Articles you’ll know that the L dress is pretty much the knife of choice for me, and it is that for that reason that it’s extremely small, extremely light yet extremely capable. So, though that is the companion’ /l dress, I really do love the companion once again, if you’re getting in neck knives – and you really want to get a good knife knife to begin with, you know: oftentimes a lot of neck knives are more expensive.
Like these. All three of these are over $ 100, so Neth knives can be more expensive thing to get into, but if you want really affordable ones, definitely turn to Mora. So number three is the S III. Ironically, that is not tying that way. It’s just how it worked out, it’s just a coincidence, but I really love the S III. This is actually one of my favorites of this entire batch just for the fact that I think it’s really good for bushcraft, but it’s also really good defensive, Neff knife and the reason why – and I’ve talked about this – I believe in the review – is because it’s an Ultra ultra slim night, I mean yes see the thickness on this I mean this is the thinnest as far as overall thickness like throughout the entire knife.
This is the thinnest knife. Here I mean you can see with all these other knives the handles they kind of swell out, and that is a little bit of a problem with long term use of the ac3. But when you carry this knife, it is super flat super low-profile. It does not. Stick out at all, so it makes it a really good defensive option, as well as a pretty capable field blade, and so this is how to make my list just for the fact that it, if it’s dualism it also in my opinion, is one of the most Perfect sizes for a neck knife – I know these smaller neck knives are great, but at the same time I do like personally just a little bit of a larger knife, and so that’s where the S III lines right off with me, and so I really like this One and if you do shop around normally these things are a little over $ 100, so normally like around 104 to $ 100 on Amazon, but I actually shopped around and found a killer deal on this one.
I got this one for like $ 70, so you can find good deals on se. Threes. You just really have to read out. You know, go to a lot of knife shops in particular. I got this one from knives ship free when they were doing like a blowout sale or this one I like, sell a whole bunch of excess stuff, so they were discounting it heavily. So I really liked this one. I was able to get it like. I said for a really good deal and this one’s a little bit of special one just for accelerations, it’s a green and Brent blaze orange as well as it’s a modified tang.
So I really like this one. I’ve been very impressed with it and, like I said what I like most about this knife, is that dual factor that not only can you carry this in a bushcrafting situation and still a very capable knife. But if you want a knife that also duels as your everyday carry neck knife or a defensive purpose, this is a very good choice. I want to a little bit more of an unusual one, I’d say in the LT right lineup.
This is probably one of their least talked about or more rare knives, and this is the LT right can’t muck. Now this is actually one and I’ll be doing the forward wellness and a bed, but this is actually one that came over from the. What is it long blind horse knife days and this one was the camp muck by blind horse knives, but of course, black horse knives no longer exists, but LT right took this design on and once again I think they killed it and additionally, a super capable camp Knife, it’s extremely good.
I’ve dressed several game animals, it’s extremely good at dressing game animals, it’s pretty good at doing just regular camp tasks. This is an a2 tool steel, so the edge retention is pretty good. Once again, it’s right around the same size as the SE. Through you can kind of see, you know it’s, it’s actually a little smaller than the S III and so fits right in there right in my kind of loved size range.
So I really like where this fall as far as the size range goes. It’s not too big, it’s not too small and one thing it’s a very unusual knife. It’s really awesome. I love that nest neck design. It’s not a design, you see very frequently anymore, but it’s still extremely capable and if you ever use an S, mukhda zine you’ll really love it. So that is the LT right can’t muck. This one, like I said, is an a2 tool.
Steel with black and blue g10 that is contoured, so I really love this setup. These are pretty tough to find like I was saying they are rare for a reason. I contacted LT right and they only make these every once in a long while in small batches. So if you want one of these, they’re really tricky to find, but just google them, you can likely find a company. Once again, one of my favorite places to get knives is nice ship free, not trying to do an ad for them, but I found both of the SE and this LT right there they only had this is the last one they had in stock, though so yeah.
These are pretty tricky to find that’s kind of my only hesitancy of making a review with them is. They are quite tricky to find and they’re not made very frequent. You probably one of my favorite. I guess you could say math knives. I’ve carried this or I carried this. This is decommissioned both of the companion and this one on our decommissioned. In case, you guys are wondering why you don’t see necklaces on them.
They long abundantly absolute favorites, but for a very long time it was one of my most favorite bushcraft knives. I guess a whole just an entirety of bushcrafting. It still is an extremely hard to beat night. If you really want to see the standard of what a bushcraft knife should be it pretty much is the bark of a nice bushcrafter, I’m not just trying to say that, because it’s an expensive knife, but overall the complete design on this and the way it’s laid Out the wave, the exit is just extremely good.
I have game animals with this knife, everything from grouse to squirrels, to hares every every really my shot, every type of animal except large, large game animals. I’ve dressed with this. It is an extremely capable knife, not just in stress in game animals, though it is also very good. At carving netting needles, try sticks really. This was a knife that I had to separate myself with, and so when I do a lot of like how-to articles, I don’t like to do it with this knife, just because I use this night so much I mean it is like my general purpose fix all Knife look: I just need a knife to do something.
I am 99 % sure this knife will do it and it’s made out of the excellent CPM 3v steel. It is an incredible steel. This 3 v it just goes forever. It’s an absolute trooper of a steel. It is a sharpened spine or at least a 90-degree spine, so it throws fair odds, marks very well. The handle’having. Now more experience I did when I first got this knife with handles. I will say, at least in the beginning of this, handle it’s a little too slender me, but still even now, it is pretty good.
Another thing I like about this knife as far as neck knives go. You can see that even with these gigantic mittens on – and these are a very large men in case you guys don’t know – these are not tiny little mittens, but even with these very large mittens on I solve a complete hold. None of my fingers are falling off. Even you know, with the mittens on the mitten is not falling off the back or really the front.
You know I can still fully use this knife, because this handle is quite large. This is, I think, the largest neck knife I have here, and this is probably honestly the largest size for neck knife. I would ever recommend but overall, like I said, if you’re looking for a standard of measure for a bushcraft or really not nice, this is it. I do think if you were to go with this knife, it’s really hard to go wrong with it.
It is expensive, I’m not going to lie it’s around 230 dollars, if not more, because some of the handle options, but it is 5 knives or neck knives for bushcraft. In particular, I could go into a defensive role like or everyday carry where I’m carrying neck knives for defensive or in a defensive role, and certainly it would change up a little bit. There would be other knives in this mix, but this one’s more specifically talking about outdoors knives and, like I said over my experience of years and bushcraft, would have been some of my favorite neck knives.
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