Pros: Well made, stays sharp, non-slip grip, comes razor sharp, great value, light, very comfortable
Cons: None listed
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Do you require quick access to a knife without having to search through all of your pockets? Do you need a strong single-edged knife for skinning small game? Do you prefer to wear clothing without pockets or belt loops when camping, hiking, or climbing? If so, a tactical neck knife (a small fixed-blade knife which is carried in a sheath and suspended by a paracord or ball chain around your neck) may be the perfect survival tool for you. Here are some of the most highly rated neck knives along with comments from users to help you select the one that best fits your lifestyle.
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Pros: Kydex neck sheath fits snugly, great design, good value, sharp out of the box, light weight
Cons: Smaller than expected
Pros: Well made, delivered very sharp, fits perfectly in the sheath, great for camping, well balanced
Cons: Sheath wears out after a while, knife not as pictured, handle may be uncomfortable
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Amazon Description: Columbia River Knife and Tool's Ritter RSK Mk5 it is compact and light enough to fit in almost any small personal survival kit or stash-away location, yet robust enough that it's a knife you can bet your life on. Weighing in at less than an ounce, the skeletonized fixed blade sports a 1.75-inch wide-chord drop-point blade with a high flat grind. The high-carbon steel blade has Doug's preferred stonewashed finish for improved corrosion resistance. Find Out More
Amazon Description: The Ka-Bar Becker Necker is the quintessential neck knife. The knife is made of 1095 Cro-Van steel, an easy-to-sharpen carbon steel that keeps its edge well. The Becker Necker also includes a black plastic, injection-molded, glass-filled nylon sheath that's designed to work with the TDI metal belt clip. As a result, it's easy to mount the knife to a belt, boot, or tactical vest. Marked with the new Ka-Bar Becker stamp, the Necker is a true high-quality performer. Find Out More
Amazon Description: Measuring 4.75" overall, this neck knife from M-Tech offers a 2.8mm thick, 2" drop point stainless steel blade with a stone washed finish. This full-tang construction knife has a tan colored G-10 handle for superior strength and comes complete with a Kydex sheath that fits snuggly around the blade and has a ball chain for secure and safe carry. Find Out More
Amazon Description: Designed by Alan Folts, the Minimalist Bowie knife from Columbia River Knife & Tool (CRKT) features a classic hunting knife blade shape with its deep-bellied clip-point Bowie style 2.125-inch blade. The Minimalist Bowie makes a great wilderness carry, and can be used for camp chores, cooking, and even skinning and dressing in a pinch. It is also an excellent survival knife. Find Out More
Amazon Description: CRKT Folts Minimalist Bowie 5 1/8" overall. 2" Black 5Cr15MoV stainless bowie style clip point blade. Full tang. -black Micarta scales with three finger choils. Friction grooved top edge. Black braided fob. Black Zytel sheath with neck paracord. Also included is a detachable belt clip. Find Out More
Pros: Well made, sharp, very good sheath, good grip, excellent price, good control, holds an edge
Cons: Small handle, sheath only lasted a few months, small blade
Pros: Light, sturdy, sharp, small, comfortable around the neck, easily fits in a pocket
Cons: Lock on the lanyard not great, sheath not great, did not come as sharp as expected