SURVIVE! Knives has a problem and it’s one that many businesses wish they had. The Kellogg, Idaho-based company can’t keep up with the overwhelming demand for their designs. To close the gap, the company recently revealed it will be introducing the SK Series, a line of production knives based on the GSO Series and made by manufacturing partners on a large scale. The SURVIVE! SK-3.5, the equivalent of the GSO-3.5, is already in production and will be the first blade in the SK Series, with others soon to follow.
Ever since Guy Seiferd founded SURVIVE!, customers have been lining up out the door for his precisely-finished fixed blades. But, Seiferd’s meticulous approach to manufacturing has always been at odds with efficient production. “Our finishing right now is still a one-by-one process,” he tells us. Signature touches like the SURVIVE! peened blade finish and micro-textured handles take upward of an hour on each knife that leaves the shop.
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