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If you are going to spend that much, do yourself a huge favor and just get a Fällkniven A1 instead. I have 2 varieties of SRK and an A1, and there is just no comparison.
Nowadays the A1 is actually cheaper than the 3V SRK, which just makes this a no-brainer.
But, to answer your question, I like the SRK, especially for the price (SK5 version.) It serves a variety of roles well.
>No, the content of the domain name is matched against a search term when returnin results, although not as much weight as it used to be it still has a play.
Trust me on this one, you are miles out. Exact match domains mean squat or next to squat. Yes they are bolded. That is about it. I could rank a website on pregnancy pillows using the phrase "Ihateballoons.com" as easily as "bestpregnancypillows".com it is content. It seriously is about content. The URL weighs more than the domain name. Anyone who tells you otherwise is having a go.
>It's just as easy for a programmer to program a bot to match the number beside Quantity as it is to base removing off of a 404, your original suggestion of what a bot does.
Again i'm looking for dated products that still exist. See the link below. It still exists and is in stock.
But who is to say it is still the best survival knife? One might come out with a scope. Or built in juicer. An algorithm simply cannot determine which product is best., It can determine which is most popular, a fairly easy task, not what is best.
2 bucks over your requested pricepoint, but the fallkniven A1 may be an option: https://www.amazon.com/Fallkniven-Fixed-Blade-Knife-Black/dp/B001DZM482/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=fallkniven+a1&qid=1553489566&s=gateway&sr=8-1