Leatherman Fixed Blade Knives
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Recent Customer Reviews - Leatherman Fixed Blade Knives
Harold L. from Finger, TN
Large well shaped spear point blade good hard water proof handles. i think the knife could have been better fitted in some areas but a good knife over all,worth $50.00 bucks to me and I'm picky.
Harold L. reviewed: Whetstone Huge 18" Stainless Steel Survival Knife
Robert S. from Wichita Falls, TX
A good quality, I can use it any where.
Robert S. reviewed: MTech Xtreme Full Tang Tactical Knife with Tanto Blade, Tan Handle
Jordan F. from Olympia, WA
Good construction, light weight, good balance. Decent quality knife.
Jordan F. reviewed: United Cutlery Undercover Karambit Black w/Sheath
Robert S. from Portsmouth, NH
This is a nice knife that doesn't lose it's edge
Robert S. reviewed: Whetstone Huge 18" Stainless Steel Survival Knife
Sebastian S. from Ireland
Very good knife. Came sharp and is solid built. Blade and Handle are out of one piece and are extremely solid. Very happy with the product for a very good price.
Sebastian S. reviewed: Schrade Extreme Survival Fixed Blade Knife, One Piece Steel, Special Forces Blade
Gustavo J. from El Paso, TX
I like the knife but I expected that I would be able to wear as a neck knife. But the sheath provided is for a belt. Other than that it has a nice feel. And weight
Gustavo J. reviewed: Cold Steel Knives Roach Belly Knife with Polypropylene Handle and Cordura Sheath
Ken A. from Woodland W
The knife came very sharp, bone handle makes it a little heavy. sheath could use a little work, doesn't hold knife very tightly.
Ken A. reviewed: Buck N Bear 8.5" Fixed Blade Knife, Walnut Wood Handle
Tony F. from Wilkes Barre, PA
Excellent quality, perfect for trimming meat kitchen favorite.
Tony F. reviewed: Schrade "Sharpfinger" Fixed Blade Knife with Sheath
More Information About Fixed Blade Knives
- Types of Outdoor Knives - Whether you're a hunter, fisherman or camper, an outdoor knife is a necessity. Here are a few types of outdoor knives you should check out.
- Types of Knife Blade Materials - There are a variety of knife blade materials and each has its own advantages and pitfalls. Here are brief descriptions of the most popular types of materials found in knife blades.
- How to Spot a Counterfeit Knife - There's nothing worse than realizing that you've purchased a forged or counterfeit knife. Unfortunately, the counterfeit knife business is quite lucrative, as forged products can be made for as little as $5-$10 and then sold to unsuspecting buyers.
- Types of Knife Handles - For anyone looking to buy a new knife, whether a chef or outdoorsman, the handle is a significant feature that should not be overlooked. Here is some information about common styles and types of handles.
- Knife Blade Shapes - Provides an overview of the main blade shapes and the advantages and disadvantages of each