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Mossy Oak hunting knife set-Table top review


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  1. Bryan “Johkah” Estep

    Also, put your hunting videos up all you want. If some faggot can't take it to bad. Without hunting they wouldn't be alive. Hell, even if they are vegetarian they kill things.

  2. Bryan “Johkah” Estep

    Mossy, not mozzy.

  3. Bryan “Johkah” Estep

    Have you ever met someone that doesn't like blood and guts that wants to learn how to hunt and gut and such? I am that kind of person and I would like to know how I can get over my fear of blood and guts. 

  4. NSTRAPPERHUNTER

    Those are great looking knives. I think the handles are made of G10, which is fiberglass based. Later buddy.

  5. A great knife set.  thanks for sharing

  6. tacticalkimchi

    Your butchering skills must come in handy when you are skinning the animal and cutting up the meat.

  7. nice review gna checkem out liked the second one 

  8. The next time you want a knife take a look at these.. Tittle of the video is  "Taking Orders For My Bush-Craft Knives' by the "Bryan Teehan Knives' channel, $ 40. dollars for a handmade knife that will last you a lifetime+ , I have two of his more fancy ones and on the list for one of these as well, You got a good deal on the ones from Walmart!!  But the ones from Bryan are knives you can pass down to your kids after you and I both are worm dirt, lol

  9. Good looking knives – good price, too.

  10. I'm in shock….
    this set has done me so well this last week during camping…
    i have used the gutting knife to cut and gut some nice size big mouth bass..
    i used the reg blade to cut rope and also to sharpen a stick to use as a back up spear for spear fishing..
    these blades have held up and done a great job…
    i can feel comfortable saying they are woth the money and then some…
    the handle's on these blades are solid…
    i have no complains….
    ill do another review on my next hunting trip…
    looks like rain is coming so still no shooting footage sry guys…
    how ever i do have some things in mind such as giveaways and things like that so hopefully that keeps you entertained 🙂
    much love and respects…
    GOD BLESS

  11. Why not just baton the knife into the branch? Easier and extremely faster. 

  12. Nice review! Question that's off topic, What kind of camera are you using in this vid. The quality is nice and the close ups are great. Thanks!

  13. Michael Steward

    my leatherman would have sawn through that limb in 1/10th the time

  14. My brother walked into the woods by our house with the same knife ! We never saw him again .

  15. Mainiac Essentials

    I love my knife! After doing some reviews, I filled 1/4-1/3 of the handle with JB Weld, leaving plenty of room for putting things in the handle, and adding a little weight and strength to the handle. I painted mine camo and attached an old camera pouch to the sheath to put a more complete survival kit with the 5 C's to survival all on my knife sheath. Pretty Cool! Well worth the money!!!

  16. Hey! I`m from Ukraine how can I but this knife?

  17. mr.random videos

    I bought one of these at harbor freight for my dad for christmas this year and i think it was very well made for $10

  18. Nice blade for the money! You can use it and just get a new one if it breaks!

  19. Brayden Wentworth

    I have the knife and I think it looks pretty cool… I do agree on the lanuard tho

  20. Is Ramster Survival Knifes better then this ?

  21. Young man, you smoke too much, you shouldn't be so out of breath sawing a rinkie dinkie piece of wood the size of your hmmmm hmm hmm your thumb, and it's not just you being out of shape, but the saw is a gimmick, sure you could cut yourself with it, but who needs a saw that could just skin, anyhow, I have a knife just like yours, mine also has General stamped on it, I can't find anything on the internet on my knife, and I was wondering, if your Habor Freight has General name on it, on the right side of the blade, it reads made in China, not just China, but made in, also, the blade is attached really well, no air gaps around where the blade goes into the handle, it's very thight, actulally, not a bad looking knife, I like Hollow Handle Survival Knives, some that I have, I could trust my life on them, I have a Randall model's #18, my most expensive hollow handle knife, then my Buckmaster model #184, built like a tank, I got the Bokor Aparro at a great price, it was $ 100.00, then a couple of years ago, I bought a Russian Professional Survival knife, made at the Izshmas Plant where they make the AK -47's at, it's a 6" spear point tip, but recurved, very solid made knife, that is a Hollow handle, the sheath is heavy, it carries the extra survival gear, and it's very nice quality gear, the handle also has a saw attachment, that actually works great, like saws on swiss army knives, or leathermans, and a spear type extra blade, the Styrofoam spool, that has the fishing line on it, acts like a bobber, very nice survival knife, it's called the NV1-01, but one of my prize survival knife, is a U.S.A. Tomahawk Brand Survival Knife the XL1161, it's silver color, and made in the U.S.A. I can't find info on it anymore, but it listed at $ 350.00 at one time at a vintage auction, and is made out of 440C, just like the Bokor Aparro, and it was used as a Hog Hunting Knife, and just as a collector piece, it too isn't made anymore, I also have a Frost Cutkery, First Blood, but made in Japan, out of Surgical Stainless, other then it's made in Japan, and not China, I keep it, but it's nowhere near as well made as my other knives, and those other knives are real survuval knives.

  22. I would just spend a little more for a knife thats made out of better steel and has more tang. These knives are good to keep for light use, but for hunting/survival where your life may rely on your skills and the durability of your blade, I would rather have something thats reliable. These can serve as a good back up knife to save the blade on your primary knife for doing all the little stuff.

  23. 'Survival knife'' saw teeth are crappy at cutting wood because they are designed for cutting metal to escape a downed aircraft or other disabled vehicle.

  24. weld handle it will never come off Tom SC 

  25. Now this knife is what Rambo should of used in the movie of Rambo series instead of the plastic handle ones just saying if they had these back then

  26. I got lucky with my compass it works awsome i have the little version of it and the compass sucks

  27. His survival gear must include weed because he sounds pretty well stoned.

  28. I've had one of these for many years. It stays in my camping gear and holds an sharp edge pretty good, and I've used it from everything to chopping wood to slicing steak. Think I payed 7 bucks for it 10 years ago. Think I'm going to pick up a few more to keep one in each vehicle. Definitely a knife that can take some abuse. I keep different things in the handle for survival etc. My ONLY complaint is the compass kinda sucks, and the sheath isn't the greatest.  

  29. $9 is what makes this knife worthwhile. It can be a very intimidating looking weapon, but don't think you can go in the woods and do bushcraft with it.

    The biggest problem with this knife is that the tang stops at the top of the aluminum handle. It is held in place with one steel set screw. Over time and use, this blade is going to get loose. Trying to torque down a steel set screw in an aluminum handle isn't going to work out too well.

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