- Razor-sharp surgical steel edge
- Partially serrated blade
- 6cm / 2.36 inch blade
- Durable and tough
- Easy accessibility
- Multi-size ranges from 24”-47”
- Perfect for emergency
What I like About This Belt Knife
This is a discreet belt knife that can be used in many emergency situations. Not only can it be used as a knife for hunting, fishing, and camping purposes, but because of its sliding multi-size function, you can use it as a makeshift cast for a broken arm, to stop blood loss, etc.
The blade itself is made out of durable surgical steel and is meant to be used for cutting things.
While it is recommended to carry an actual camping knife during your outdoor excursion trips, it does not hurt to have a backup knife, which can mean the difference between survival and death.
The belt knife is discreetly fitted in the belt, but it’s very easy to take it out.
What I Don’t Like About This Belt Knife
I would have liked for this product to have some other color choices, but it only comes in black.
The handle and blade are slightly curved, but it’s one of the things you have to accept if you want it to discreetly fit in your belt.
Lastly, the material texture looks a bit cheap and is prone to fading compared with leather belts, but the material itself is tough and durable.
Why Buy A Belt Knife?
A belt knife is a great tool for emergency situations.
Sometimes we may forget to bring a folding knife during camping trips, but very rarely do we forget to wear a belt.
In case of survival situations, this belt knife can come really handy for the occasion.
Are Belt Buckle Knives Legal?
Every state and every country has its own specific laws on knives. Be sure to check with your specific state regulations and laws, but here is a general overview of Canadian and U.S Laws.
Illegal in Canada: Source
- automatic knives such as switchblades;
- centrifugal knives such as flick knives or butterfly knives;
- gravity knives;
- mace or pepper spray designed for use on humans;
- nunchaku sticks (nunchucks);
- shuriken (throwing stars);
- manrikigusari or kusari (fighting chains);
- finger rings with blades or other sharp objects projecting from the surface;
- Taser and stun guns shorter than 480 mm;
- crossbows designed for one-handed use;
- crossbows 500 mm or shorter;
- Constant Companion (belt-buckle knife);
- push daggers;
- devices shorter than 30 cm concealing a knife blade (e.g. knife-comb);
- spiked wristbands;
- Kiyoga or Steel Cobra batons (spring batons);
- spring-loaded rigid batons (triggered by a button or lever);
- morning stars; and
- brass knuckles.
Laws In The U.S: Source
California has one of the strictest knife laws, so in California concealed types of knives are prohibited, but most other states should be fine with some exceptions, but please make sure to check the source above for detailed info.
What Is A Belt Knife Called?
It can be called a belt buckle knife. A non-concealed belt knife, sometimes it’s called a belt sheath knife.
The free belt knife we are discussing is a belt buckle knife if we are being more accurate with the description.
What’s The Difference Between This and A Sheath Belt Knife?
Some states prohibit knives that are over 2.5 inches. Most sheath knives are 4 or more inches in length, which can make it illegal in some states such as California.
It’s easily identifiable that you are armed when you are wearing a sheath belt knife since it sticks out.
A belt knife however looks like an ordinary belt with a concealed blade. It’s discreet and you’re less likely to lose your belt knife compared with a sheath knife.
Although it may seem weird, I can’t deny it came in handy during emergency situations.