Maxam SKJSK Survival Knife

April 19, 2017 - Comment

Tornado, flood, earthquake, hurricane – in 1953 there were 13 natural disasters. In 2015, there were 43. Are you ready if something hits close to home? Around the world, the Maxam 12pc Survival Knife Set is a top pick of survivalists, hunters, hikers, and outdoor sports enthusiasts. Rated for adventure. Tough. Durable. This Maxam 12

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Tornado, flood, earthquake, hurricane – in 1953 there were 13 natural disasters. In 2015, there were 43. Are you ready if something hits close to home? Around the world, the Maxam 12pc Survival Knife Set is a top pick of survivalists, hunters, hikers, and outdoor sports enthusiasts. Rated for adventure. Tough. Durable. This Maxam 12 piece knife set has everything you need. Put one in the boat, the truck, the garage, and the Bug Out Bag. The storage compartment in the zinc alloy handle holds a bandage, tweezers, safety pin, razor blade, fishing line, pencil, thread, needle, and compass. The large knife features a 1/8” thick blade measuring 7 3/4” long. Also included is a 7” skeletal frame knife with a 1 1/2” blade, designed to fit in the sheath of the larger knife. Measures 14 1/8” overall. Limited lifetime warranty.

Product Features

  • Around the world, the Maxam 12pc Survival Knife Set is a top pick of survivalists, hunters, hikers, and outdoor sports enthusiasts
  • The storage compartment in the zinc alloy handle holds a bandage, tweezers, safety pin, razor blade, fishing line, pencil, thread, needle, and compass
  • The large knife features a 1/8″ thick blade measuring 7 3/4″ long. Also included is a 7″ skeletal frame knife with a 1 1/2″ blade, designed to fit in the sheath of the larger knife
  • Measures 14 1/8″ overall
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Comments

Mailie says:

Crap. The plastic sheath busts near the sling shot … Crap. The plastic sheath busts near the sling shot area (see photo). The blade came out of the handle (the screw is crap). The compass is a joke (does not work, stuck sideways). The only thing good so far is the skinning knife. Can’t return since I bought 5 of these and gave them to friends as gifts for doing outdoor stuff together and there is no refund option and no contacting anyone. Don’t waste your money.

Mark H says:

Good value for price Two useful knives that hold edge well. Solid feel. Handles contains basic essentials (I added & replaced a few), but compass doesn’t work. Sheath is durable, has plastic insert and is wrapped in paracord. I consider it a good purchase.

Maria Lynn says:

Meh Pros: you get a lot of stuff for the price.newbie. You do get the basics you need in a survival situation – IF you are experienced in using them. The smaller items are all useful for someone who has at least basic camping/hiking skills but probably not for a newbie. The knife itself is hefty and could be used for batoning as well as stripping bark and making kindling. Having both serrated and a fine edge is definitely a plus and the knife had a good edge right out of the box.Cons: The knife can be too heavy for some and the handle can be slippery to handle in certain conditions. Wrapping with paracord may help but then be too bulky for those with smaller hands. The sheath was a disappointment- hard plastic which made it difficult to get all the elements back in place easily. Also the snap on it broke in the process of being opened for the first time. My son has the same knife and he said he dropped his new knife on the floor and the button compass on the handle popped off.

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