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Anglo Arms Bushcraft Knife

Anglo Arms Bushcraft Knife

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Knife Warehouse stocks a huge range of cutlery from a variety of manufactures, with many suitable for tasks such as hunting, filleting and bushcraft. The Anglo Arms Bushcraft Survival Catapult Knife has an overall length of 26.1cm and weighs 241-grams. It features a sharp, black, stainless steel, 5.5-inch drop point blade that includes a finger choil at its base. It’s a full tang build, with two-piece rubber grips which are secured with recessed hex screws. They have included slotted surfaces in the key areas and a finger groove to aid control during use.

The sheath is quite large and is manufactured from ABS plastic. It comes with a belt loop and two Velcro straps to keep the knife secure. There are 120 and 600 grit sharpening stones in the sides to help keep the blade in working order, as well as a removable 3-inch fire starter, which is a must for any survival situation. If this is not enough, they have designed the sheath to transform into a slingshot. The elastic is stored in a detachable compartment located on the front and can be attached to a pair of swing out, lockable arms. Once replaced, the back of the compartment includes four finger grooves for maximum grip when using the slingshot. Ammunition is included – there are six stainless steel ball bearings that are stored in a sprung cylindrical dispenser for easy access. Overall an interesting tool that comes packed with features.

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  • Name: Anglo Arms Bushcraft Survival Catapult Knife
  • RRP: £34.99
  • Contact: Knife Warehouse: knifewarehouse.co.uk


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    05 May 2022 at 07:41 AM
  • I bought this knife from knife warehouse and being a bit of an officianado of all things knifey (In my opinion it’s the most important tool mankind ever invented by far) I wasn’t disappointed, nicely weighted knife and sharp out the box, great grip, sheath secures the blade with a click so it’s really secure plus there’s velco strap, sharpening stones are a tad small but I carry different stones anyway, the sling is a bit fiddly and not as powerful as general slings (black widow etc) the ballbearings are superb and the fire steel although small still does the job, overall it’s a cracking knife (I intend to revamp the sling compartment into a kind of survival stuff comp i.e. fishing line, hooks, button compass etc) I recommend it highly.

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    Richard Low
    30 Mar 2022 at 05:27 PM