Anywhere Last Resort Tool
A small reliable, extra strong tool. It has been carried by guys around the world. Worn as a neck knife, on a keychain, or around your car's steering column just in case you need a quick grab. Notably damn handy to have around.
Pocket Size with Snap Link.
|Knife Type||Fixed Blade, Neck|
|Blade Shape||Hunters Point|
|Blade Steel||1095 RC 56-58|
|Blade Finish||Black Traction Coating|
|Knife Weight||3.5 oz|
|Weight w/ Sheath||4.3 oz|
|Sheath Material||Injection Molded Nylon|
- Neat Little Blade
- I've had this neck knife for about 5 months now and there is much to be said about it. It is sturdy, you can get a comfortable grip, you can cut precisely, the sheathe is perfectly tight, and I had little issue with it's weight. The weight is something of the buyer's choice, for me it took several weeks for me to get used to the weight. It can dig in with the metals beads that comes with this blade, so I opted for a Paracord necklace instead. My issues with the knife is that it is made with 1095 steel and blade length is too short. The edge doesn't hold too long, but this could be because of its 0.19 thickness. The edge showed signs of immediate oxidation, as rust could be seen within a week and a half. The blade itself is too short and soft to be given the title "Last Resort" as I believe this knife to be proficient in opening boxes and letters. It could be used for self defense, however your primary edc will be your staple. Overall, wait for the price to drop, $80 is steep especially for 1095. That goes without saying, don't dismiss this knife altogether, it has potential just not the right metal. (Posted on 1/8/2020)