ESEE-6 Knife by Rowan

A.H. Trimble - Emergency preparedness information for disasters and grid-down

ESEE-6 Rowan Randall knifenote: first appeared in early 2015

I have always loved knives. The fascination began when I was in Scouting and I learned how to safely handle and use a knife in the outdoors. The love affair began when I was in the navy and we had to have a quality knife for our work on deck; our life could well depend on it. My knife of choice then was a folding Buck knife; I think it was a Buck 110 Hunter. But times change and so do needs.  Hence, the knife of choice changed as well.

What I was looking for as I began my search for a knife:

• A dependable survival knife that could be used tactically if needed.
• Very high quality knife that you could bet your life on and win.
• High carbon steel, not stainless steel.
• Easy to sharpen and holds an edge…

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Author: Alfred E. Neuman

73 year old geek, ultra-conservative patriot.

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