Six benefits of carrying a pocket knife
The pocket knife is an iconic tool carried by outdoorsman, craftsman and everyday men and women across the world. The reason for its popularity is clear; it's simply one of the most functional tools available today. Here are a few great uses for carrying a pocket knife.
Opening Boxes, Letters, Packages, etc.
There's nothing worse than spending half of Christmas morning watching your brother and law struggle helplessly with a Land's End box. Of course, if you were carrying your trusty pocket knife, you would be spared this annoyance and could move on to other gift-giving.
With their variety of blades, pocket knives are excellent tools for opening boxes. Don't want to sully your hands opening letters? Impress your co-workers at the office by opening them up with your pocket knife.
Camping without a knife is unforgivable. From shaving down kindling to roasting hot dogs on the fire, you need a pocket knife. Of course, there's always a chance you might have to fight off a rogue bear with your pocket knife as well, like this guy did.
A pocket knife with tweezers can also come in handy if you're out in the wild and end up with a tick or a fat, nasty splinter.
This one couldn't be more obvious. A fisherman without a pocket knife isn't a fisherman; he's just a lonely guy drinking beer next to a lake. From cutting line to removing hooks, a trusty pocket knife is mandatory for any fisherman. Plus, if the fish aren't biting, at least you can use the bottle opener on your knife to pop open a cold brew.
From cutting bandages to fashioning tourniquets, you never know when a pocket knife can come in handy. They're also great for freeing hostages who have been bound in rope, though hopefully you'll never encounter that.
On a more serious note, if someone does get injured while you're outdoors, a pocket knife can also be used to carve messages to other parties along the path.
This one I swiped from a great post on the blog the Art of Manliness. There's really nothing tougher-looking than sitting on your stoop and gnawing on an apple you peeled with you own blade.
A pocket knife doesn't make much of a weapon, nor is it designed to be one, but if you do find yourself in a sticky situation it may be enough to fend of or at least slow down an attacker.
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