The Real Steel Bushcraft Surival is a robust survival knife for an amazing price. With a blade thickness of 4.5 mm this is definitely a knife you can rely on. Real Steel kept the shapes nice and subtle. No unnecessary frills: a simple and good knife.
This version of the Real Steel Bushcraft Plus has a flat-grind blade. Even though it is called ‘Bushcraft’ Real Steel focuses on survival enthusiasts with this knife because of the grind.
In terms of steel Real Steel chose Sandvik 14C28N, a stainless type of steel that requires little maintenance in the field. The spine of the blade is sharp at the edges. As a result you can easily prepare tinder or use a firesteel.
The handle is made from G10. Because of the texture of the G10 you have enough grip and the shape of the handle is made as such that you can use it for longer periods of time. Because the handle is only slightly square it won’t roll from your hand. The basis shape, however, is fairly round. As a result you won’t be bothered by ‘hot spots’ during long-term use.
With an outdoor knife such as this one the way you carry it is just as important. For that reason Real Steel has included a nylon sheath with a kydex insert. MOLLE-compatible and can be worn both vertically and horizontally.
Real Steel Knives: impressive knives for amazing prices
When it comes to an excellent price-quality ratio Real Steel is a winner. You rarely get so much knife for such an amazing price. Real Steel Knives uses decent materials and its years of experience in the pocket knife world to produce the knives you will need. Reliable, with a nice finish and amazingly priced. Could you ask for anything more?