QSP Stash Fixed Blade Survival Knife

QSP Stash Fixed Blade Survival Knife

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Forget about a toolkit. The QSP Stash has everything you need to step out with confidence on your next outing Read More

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Gchardy
0
Jul 4, 2020
Can someone provide a picture of the back of the sheath. I need to assess how to mount it to a PFD life jacket for a quick release survival tool.
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JaegerD
188
Jul 5, 2020
https://www.amazon.com/product-reviews/B077YGK3PS In the photos there are two different clips shown.
JaegerD
188
Jul 5, 2020
https://youtu.be/FbVcmoM6acM Ill keep the amazon link if you want to see what a couple other people think. The youtube video displays it a bit better than the amazon photos.
HipsterMcHip
12
Jul 2, 2020
I don't get all the hate for the little sharpener? I mean it's not the best but it does the job in a pinch
HipsterMcHip
12
Jul 7, 2020
It's, convenient enough I think, you must unhook the sheath from where it is though. And mind your fingers, I did nick myself trying out different ways of holding it. I have the sheath on a fastener to a machete so it's easy to reach for lighter tasks. It makes unhooking it pretty awkward though.
JaegerD
188
Jul 8, 2020
Honestly, I'll be sitting this one out. While QSP has surprised me with the value for their stuff, I just am not in the need for a knife that this one is marketed for. If I was, I would with little hesitation at this price point
BryanYee
7
Apr 25, 2020
What is the blade thickness of this knife and what is the knife blade grind?
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haydukeman
1
Apr 19, 2020
What's the little black dot in photo 7?
HPDutchman
6
Apr 20, 2020
I think it's a piece of plastic that keeps the led light from turning on.
HPDutchman
6
Apr 20, 2020
truiz
Apr 18, 2020
Looks interesting, but a Mora Bushcraft would be a more serious survival tool, IMO. It is more money, but you get what you pay for.
Leoanger
357
Apr 18, 2020
'Survival knife' to me means something that can take a beating in a pinch. I had a Kershaw blade snap because of a tiny hole in the spine. I would hesitate to use a knife with a giant hole in the critical stress area for light prying, something I do often for fire prep.
InnerSelf
3
Apr 18, 2020
I'd buy one if it didn't have that sharpener on there, but that's just too dangerous to have around the house. Someone might try to help by using it on a knife.
Kavik
5503
Apr 18, 2020
What are they showing us in picture 7?
That's the cyanide pill, in case you are captured. Hail Hydra!
Kavik
5503
Apr 21, 2020
D'oh! Don't know how I missed such an obvious answer!
bookworm13
675
Apr 17, 2020
That's a nifty looking sheath. No, not the firestarter, flashlight or blade-destroying sharpener, but the button lock. If I hadn't ordered the Neckmuk, I'd be interested if only to try out the 9Cr14Mov. Plus the the bottle opener! It's a pandemic after all, we need our essentials.
bookworm13
675
Apr 17, 2020
Wow, my order was shipped 4/10 and expected to arrive on 5/13. Fedex must be using pony and dolphin delivery service. Hope you like your Neckmuk.
Chronovore
50
Apr 17, 2020
The button lock is a cool feature. Unfortunately, you're right about the other features. The fire steel is unnecessarily tiny and hard to use. The dangling striker tag makes noise and barely works. (Why didn't they just put a 90-degree edge or jimped surface somewhere on the back of the blade?) Even if the flashlight wasn't terrible, it uses a bundled stack of button cell batteries. The sharpener is terrible. At least the bottle opener is good.
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RayF
22061
Apr 17, 2020
Not available in pink then?
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