Survival Knives in Disaster Situations
According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), 2010 marked the highest number of disasters in one year in the U.S.A.
There was a total of 91 of these disasters.
Compare this with the total in 1953, which was only 13. Over time, this number has been gradually increasing and it doesn’t look like it’s going to stop any time soon.
What does this have to do with survival knives?
Well, it has a lot more to do than the average American may believe it does.
In these disaster situations, a survival knife could be the difference between living and dying.
Sadly, thousands of people are put into these unexpected and unpredictable situations where survival depends on experience, knowledge and resources on hand.
What’s that mean?
It is important to keep survival knives on you at all times, just in case.
One of your most valuable survival tools is a quality knife. For thousands of years, man has depended on a cutting tool of some kind to help with basic needs such as food, water, fire and shelter.
In modern society we simply refer to these as survival knives.