This is a review and demonstration on the SOG SEAL Pup knife. I’ve modified the sheath to make it into an urban survival knife by adding a fire steel rod, a sharpener, paracord, reflective and duct tape, and a fishing line and hook. This knife is light, balanced, and tough. The blade is made of AUS 6 S/S, which makes it hard to get a good edge in the field. That said, it maintains an edge better than my carbon blade knives. I’d recommend this knife to anyone looking for a decent camping/utility knife. A straight edge would be better for bushcraft, but for urban survival applications, the serrations will gnaw right through metals, plastics, nylons, and other synthetics with ease. The protective sheath and managable size make this a safe knife for all skill levels.
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