As the founder of Equipped to Survive, Doug Ritter is a leading authority on the best gear to get you out of serious situations. So, naturally, his RSK (Ritter Survival Knife) models are born and bred to get you home alive. The RSK MK5 is the original survival tin knife that fits in the smallest of kits. The RSK MK6 is the big brother to the MK5 and it's uniquely suited to tickle the fancy of bushcrafters, preppers and survivalists alike. The MK6 is a lightweight and compact survival knife, yet it's large enough to prep a deadfall trap or whittle a feather stick. It has a skeletonized frame that fits comfortably in hand and a paracord handle wrap that prevents hotspots during prolonged use. A bright orange paracord lanyard can be unraveled and used for survival. The blade has a flat grind and a stone wash finish. The MK6 survival knife comes with a durable glass filled nylon sheath with multiple grommet holes for varied lashing and carry options. A belt clip attaches easily to the sheath with the included hardware. The RSK line of knives is just small enough to do the big job of keeping you alive.