Knife Safety – Basic Outdoor Skills

Survival Skills
A lot of the things we do in the woods involve knives and other sharp objects. And I bet there isn’t one of us who hasn’t cut themselves, seriously or otherwise, at least once. Working with young Boy Scouts, knife safety is an important subject since they all want to carry and use their knives. I mean, who doesn’t- right? I know I still think knives are cool.

Anyway, even if you are an old hand in the woods, knife safety is something you always need to keep in mind. If for no other reason than even a little cut just plain hurts.

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