If you are serious about your outdoor sports there are several things that you count as necessary. One is a good knife. You use your knife for so many different things. You need it to cut a knot out of your fishing line, or to gut the animal you just caught. If you are into survival, you know that the most important tool you can have is your knife. One knife that you can check into is the Piranha Excalibur.

The Piranha Excalibur knife is an out the front automatic knife. This means that you push a button and the knife opens because of a spring inside. The blade for this knife comes out of the front of the knife, instead out of the side.


This Piranha OTF knife has a dagger style blade that is made from 154CM stainless steel. The overall knife length is 7.9 inches with a blade length of 3.2 inches. The handle is ergonomically designed and is made out of 6061-T6 Type 3 Hard Coat anodized aircraft aluminum. That means that it will stand up to a lot of use and abuse. That makes it perfect for anyone who is going to be using it outside.

The Piranha Excalibur also comes with a choice of a tanto blade, tactical blade or serrated blade, so you are ready no matter what you choose to do with it. The blade itself also comes in different finishes, so you can either get a shiny blade, or one that is painted and matte to hide the gleam. The handle has a titanium clip on it to secure it to a belt or pocket, and the inner workings of the knife are all made of stainless steel.

Excalibur vs. Amazon

Other Piranha knives that people have talked about include the Piranha Amazon knife. The biggest difference between these two knives is the fact that the Amazon is a side opening automatic knife, while the Excalibur is a OTF knife. The blade style is also different, as well as the length. The Amazon has a slightly longer blade. The dagger style blade is double sided, making it easier for you to use, no matter what you are going.

The Piranha knives come in many styles and models, so there is a knife for everyone. If you need to replace your knife, or you are just looking to add a new one into your inventory, check out this company, and see if they have something for you.

About the Author: Dustin Williams is an outdoor enthusiast who loves a good wilderness survival adventure. He is also a knife collector and is well versed in the various survival knives on the market today.

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