Survival Knife Review – HX Outdoors d145 – Budget Bushcraft or Hunting Knives for hiking or prepping

Review of the HX Outdoors D-145 Survival Knife.
An amazing budget, value for money bushcraft or survival knife with some interesting features.

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Solid full tang 5Cr15Mov blade, 56 – 58HRC steel blade with pear wood handle makes this an excellent knife for outdoors adventure, camping, hiking or backpacking.

Also good for prepping bugout and to keep in your bug out bag for when the SHTF.

Full article on the UK Preppers Guide website here:

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The HX Outdoors d-145 knife is a knife well worth considering.


Kerry Small says:

Could someone help me out over here please? I’ve been buying paracord from Amazon. At first I would type paracord in the surch bar and putchaced some paracord but I was getting that cheap flat cord through the post so then I started typing 550 paracord but I was still getting the cheap flat cord. Does anybody know what I should type in the surch bar to ensure I get the real 7 strand cord? Would be so greatful.

Noah Paynter says:

Very useful thanks. Am going to buy it.

Pondguru says:

I have been very impressed with the HX knives and the build quality and material choice is excellent. Often the sheaths let them down a bit but they are improving all the time. I’m with you on the splitting of wood – that is what an axe is for and a huge knife to split large logs is going to be no good for skinning a squirrel or carving.
Stainless is often frowned upon but I can’t see a problem with it – especially for people like me who don’t look after their blades ‘properly’.
Good review, man.

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