When I was in elementary school, I was enthralled by the adventure in the book Hatchet by Gary Paulsen. Seeing the way the character was able to use a single tool to outlast the perils of nature sent me on a survival journey. I started buying cooking gear, compasses, and everything else I could until I was old enough to buy my own blade. Since then, large knives designed for bushcraft have taken a hold of the industry and my imagination. I don’t want to ever need one for survival, but practicing with one could save me someday, and it’s a lot of fun. With a family camping trip around the bend, there was no better time to test my new Marshall Bushcraft Knife from Montana Knife Company.
Looks like a solid fixed blade. Reminds me a bit of an ESEE.