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Christ, I didn't know other people did this! Quickest and most painful way to lose a toe nail at the same time, having to dig dirt and plant matter out of your cuticles and off of where the toenail used to be is a pain in the ass, especially when you're on half a tab of lsd and the only tool you have for the job is this monstrosity .
Gerber StrongArm Fixed Blade Knife, Fine Edge, Black [30-001038N] [link]
Here’s what I use. Multi-purpose. Good blade to cut knife, and hilt has a triangle shape of hardened steel for busting windows.
Consider something like a Leatherman Skeletool for general use. The Mora knives are fantastic and I have the Light My Fire version in my car camping kitchen kit.
If I were doing seriously batoning, the Mora Bushcraft is much thicker and more suited than the thinner ones.
Have a look at the Gerber Strongarm. It's ridiculously undervalued, IMO. Fantastic, multi-adaptable sheath, thick, strong blade, full tang with a pommel end and lanyard loop. It's also not stupid-large or a stereotypical "sharpened prybar." It has some finesse to it.
I'm a bit torn though: I'd be tempted to leave that at home and just bring a hatchet if I were doing any kind of heavy wood processing.
You can get it in fine edge or partial serration. Full tang handle with carbide glass breaker.
>Gerber Strong arm
This one? https://www.amazon.com/Gerber-StrongArm-Stainless-Compatible-Multi-Mount/dp/B00U0ILXGC
I have a knife on my kit that is a fixed blade Gerber Strongarm
It's pretty durable and I use it a lot for in the woods fieldcraft as well as stabbing things.
EDC, I have a Buck Vantage that's pretty sharp and not too tactical looking so it doesn't scare people.