The Anglo Arms bushcraft survival knife has an overall length of 262mm and weighs in at a hefty 250 grams. It features a 5.5” ultra-sharp blackened 440 stainless steel drop point blade that includes a finger choil at its base. It’s a full-tang design with two-piece rubber grips which are secured with recessed hex bolts.
This well-balanced knife sits comfortably in your hand thanks to the slotted surfaces in key areas of the tough non-slip rubber handle which also has a finger groove to aid control during use, ideal in wet and muddy survival conditions.
The sheath is quite large (285mm in length) and is manufactured from solid and hard-wearing ABS plastic. It comes with a belt loop and two Velcro straps to keep the knife secured in place. There are 120 and 600 grit sharpening stones built in to the sides of the sheath to help keep the blade in good condition. Tucked in the top is a removable 3" fire starter, which is a must for any survival situation.
If all that is not enough, Anglo Arms have designed the sheath to transform into a slingshot. The slingshot elastic is stored in a detachable compartment located on the front face of the sheath; the elastic can be attached to a pair of swing-out locking metal arms. Once re-attached to the sheath, the back of the slingshot elastic compartment doubles up as the slingshot handle – it includes four finger grooves for maximum grip when in use. Ammunition is included, there are six stainless steel 12mm ball bearings that are stored in a spring-loaded cylindrical dispenser on the back of the sheath.
This is a must have tool for all survival and prepping enthusiasts, an interesting addition to your kit that comes packed with features.