Whether you’re out in the wild or working at home, neck knives are useful and accessible tools to carry. These burly knives are usually tied around the neck with a chord or lanyard, making them easily accessible while hunting, fishing or hiking. Neck knives are typically hunting knives or survival knives and come with serrated and plain-edge blades. They make a great gift for the outdoorsman who’s always on the go.
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I bought this knife as a present for a friend. He really enjoyed his gift and I also bought one for myself.
Good solid knife. Holds a good edge. I carry this knife every day. I think every one should have this knife. Easy to open with 1 hand. It's still going strong after a year of hard work. I'm going to buy another one not because I need a new one my old works as good as the day I got it. But if I was to loose it I don't think I could function with out it.
This item would also work very well as a "gut hook" for dressing large game, without cutting into the internal organs. I would purchase it, but I already have a gut hook skinning knife.
Can't go wrong with CRKT.
seems to be a pretty good little knife, been carried it for over a month . have only used it for cutting tape on boxes sharped it this morning seems to hold an edge .
Arrived very sharp from the box. Looks cool. Sheath holds it tightly. Don't care for the cord for neck use. I plan on replacing it with ball chain like what is on military dog tags. Vertical belt carry works ok. Tried horizontal belt carry. That did not work for me. The knife bit me when I drew it from the sheath as I had to hold the sheath so it wouldn't slide on my belt. It drank my blood so now I truly own it. Like I wrote it is very sharp.
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