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Strongest Folding Bushcraft Knife – Battle Horse Knives Tree Frog

The quest for a folding bushcraft knife or survival knife has resulted in a few different designs that actually work pretty well. The Tree Frog from Battle Horse Knives seems like the strongest version to me.

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9 thoughts on “Strongest Folding Bushcraft Knife – Battle Horse Knives Tree Frog

  1. As a scout leader in Georgia, I haff confusion with the knife policy. Having read the guide to safe scouting I know what BSA official policy is “the right tool for the job”. But I was hearing differently from other leaders so checked at the local council. Their policy is “it must be a locking folding knife with a blade length no longer than the width of the scouts hand, and if you have any questions just refer to the guide for safe scouting. “

    1. That refers to council camps. In Atlanta Area that means Bert Adams, Woodruff and the Allatoona Aquatics Base. Each Troop has the authority to decide for themselves otherwise.

  2. Coldsteel triad lock..able to purchase two great knives for the price of the Frog…example Reacon1…HUA! Interesting concept….overpriced. Thanks for your time and effort sharing this vid.

  3. Put a Tri-Ad lock on there instead of pins that could be easily lost and you’d really have something. Anyone listening at Cold Steel?

  4. I purchased one of these folders when they first came out. No doubt, they are well made and very sturdy. Then I saw a Blade HQ video where a Buck 112 was able to withstand (did not break, bend, or twist) a downward pressure of 350 lbs. on the handle while the open blade was held in a vice like device. The light bulb went on and I asked myself just how strong a folding knife does one need. Use knives for knife work and pry-bars for pry-bar work. I gave the Tree Frog to a friend and kept my Buck 110.

  5. Looks like to much work to place into operation and recover, over all it looks like a good knife, I’ll stick to my full edge Gator (Gerber 650), I’ve used it for most everything and it’s the best folding bush knife in my price range. Thanks for the view. P.W.D. /D.M.Z./ Scout Out.

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