Should you carry a pocket knife?

Should you carry a pocket knife?

Here are some useful ideas and suggestions

Posted on 09.11.2018

An article that appeared on the 50 Campers website highlighting the many reasons why carrying a pocket knife is a good idea …

There are so many reasons to carry a pocket knife everyday – and not just the days when you’re camping or hanging out outside. Personally speaking, it’s on par with any other household tool like a scissors or screwdriver that we might use daily. We’d like to share a few of our favorite everyday uses for a pocket knife. This list isn’t meant to be exhaustive, but rather a thought starter about how carrying a knife daily could make your life easier.

First things first – a pocket knife isn’t designed to be a weapon. I know, you might be rolling your eyes – but it’s an important concept. A pocket knife is designed to do everyday tasks, not to fend off a wild squirrel attack.

Follow the link and see for your self … from opening mail to whittling marshmallow sticks!

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