Watch as Dave Canterbury Discusses Survival Knives

Dave Canterbury, a wilderness survivalist with the Pathfinder School, talks about what makes three knives on so popular.

As far as survivalists go, it doesn’t get much bigger than Dave Canterbury.

Canterbury, who runs the Pathfinder School, recently sat down with Panteao Productions to discuss the most popular knives on

The first knife on Canterbury’s list is the Camp King by designer Jeff White. The Camp King is made from 1095 high carbon steel and has a blade length of 6.25 inches with an overall length of 10.5 inches. It retails for $204.99.

The second knife on Canterbury’s list is the Bush HD, also by Jeff White. The Bush HD, like the Camp King, is made from 1095 high carbon steel. The blade length is slightly smaller than that of the Camp King, coming in at 5 inches with an overall length of 9.5 inches. The Bush HD retails for $135.

The last knife mentioned by Canterbury is the PLSK1 (Pathfinder Logo Series Knife No. 1). The PLSK1 is made from 3/16-inch 01 Tool Steel with a blade length of 5.5 inches and an overall length of 10 inches. The knife retails for $300.

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