SE KHK6320 Outdoor Tanto Knife with Fire Starter

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  • Overall length: 7″; Blade length: 3″, thickness: 4mm
  • Black-colored 440 stainless steel blade material with thumb grip
  • Magnesium-alloy fire starter with lanyard
  • Nylon sheath with dual pockets & belt loop
  • Metal handle wrapped with thick green nylon rope for a secure hold

SE is proud to present our Outdoor Tanto Knife with Fire Starter—a great knife for any hunter, camper, survivalist, outdoor or knife enthusiast. Our knife and fire starter combination will give you the compact functionality you need.

Features of this product include:
1) Overall length: 7″
2) Blade length: 3″, thickness: 4mm
3) 440 Steel blade material
4) Black body color
5) Thumb grip
6) Magnesium-alloy fire starter
7) Nylon sheath with dual pockets & belt loop
8) Hook & belt loop fastener to keep knife in place
9) Thick green nylon cord wrapped around metal handle for secure grip
10) Lanyard included for both knife and fire starter

Important:
Avoid getting counterfeit items. Genuine SE products come with our SE logo on the packaging.

SE is committed to providing the customer with the best source for value possible on the market. You will enjoy the quality, function and usefulness this Outdoor Tanto Knife with Fire Starter has to offer.

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SE KHK6320 Outdoor Tanto Knife with Fire Starter

3 Responses to SE KHK6320 Outdoor Tanto Knife with Fire Starter

  1. Kevin O'brien says:
    548 of 575 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    If you know anything about knives buy it., July 6, 2009
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    Kevin O’brien (Potomac, MD United States) –
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    ok a few things, first this is a full tang knife, and it comes with a fire starter. yes it comes blunter than a butter knife, and yes the rope grip is incredibly uncomfortable. BUT, the hilt has holes with makes re-wrapping the handle with some rope or para-cord very easy, once re-wrapped the handle is comfortable, also the steel is decent quality, so with a little sharpening the knife becomes very usable. bottom line 7$ and 10 minuets of your time and you have yourself a decent knife.

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  2. Morgan C. Valley says:
    277 of 293 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Inexpensive, fun little project …, May 21, 2012
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    Morgan C. Valley (Wisconsin, USA) –

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    I read a bunch of reviews on this inexpensive (cheap!) piece of Chinese iron before dropping the whopping six bucks for it. I knew what to expect and I surely didn’t need another knife. However, I thought it would make for a fun project … and it certainly did. I modified the package as follows: (See my customer images as well)

    1) I cut off the crappy handle wrap and re-wrapped with real 550 paracord, camo of course, and also added a paracord lanyard with a tight slip knot so I can pull-tighten it to my hand if needed for a safer no-slip grip on the knife should I ever use it for something potentially dangerous that may cause my hand to slip.

    2) I cut a plastic insert from a milk jug for inside the sheath, folded it and dropped it snugly into the main compartment. With the fold on the bottom, the knife point can no longer poke through or wear the fabric.

    3) I removed the string lanyard from the fire starter and replaced it with a matching paracord slipknot lanyard that is large enough to loop around the sheath and tighten down. Now, the tool is snug in it’s outer pocket and lashed to the sheath so it can’t fall out.

    4) I put a far better edge on the knife. Pretty dismal out of the box, and that’s what I fully expected. It’s pretty soft steel, so I don’t expect it hold an edge terribly well, but that’s OK, I have plenty of far better knives I wear and use regularly.

    I see this knife for what it is, a little back up edge for your cargo pants pocket, your car, your bug out bag, or your little day pack … whatever. I don’t really envision it on my belt. Also, it’s nice to have a back up fire starting method. (I always carry a small container of Vaseline soaked cotton balls, magnesium, and a small Bic anyway.)

    I really had fun just noodling with the product to customize it for myself. Bottom line, absolutely worth the six bucks. How in the world can you find entertainment cheaper than that and then have something in hand when it’s over?

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  3. David Clark says:
    681 of 747 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great fire starter with free knife attached., March 21, 2010
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    David Clark (The Empire State) –

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    Let me make a few assumptions if you are considering buying this knife. 1) You are not planning on buying a $200 Gerber. 2) You do not consider yourself a survivalist but you do DVR Man Vs Wild. 3) You’re buying as a gift for someone who DVRs Man Vs Wild. 4) In all honesty the biggest thing you have ever needed a “survival” knife for while camping is to Rambo open a bag of chips.

    This was my first full tang knife and I honestly bought it thinking I could do more with it than I really can. Once I stopped trying to baton trees down with it and used it for what it really is, its a good knife. It easily beats any similarly priced folder or multi-tool (and hollow handle piece of junk) for back woods functionality, and its a very educational knife. Its pretty much just a chunk of stainless steel, so as long as you dont beat it to death, nothing can go wrong with it.
    You must sharpen it. You must do something with the handle. (I went on youtube and learned how to para-cord a handle.) Ive used it as a spearhead, for making tent pegs and splitting kindling. All in all its a good tool that you can keep on you without ever knowing its there until you need it, and its great for opening bags of chips.
    The firesteel on the other hand is incredible! If you have never used one before you will love starting fires with it. Knowing you can make fire without matches or lighters gives you a warm fuzzy feeling.

    So I recommend owning this knife for the experience of of owning this knife. Also, consider a Mora, or Cold Steel Bushman.

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