Fully-grown survival knives such as the Magnum M-Spec Survival Knife were established decades ago by Jimmy Lile and became known worldwide at the latest through the film Rambo in 1982. For stability reasons, however, the Magnum MSSK is not equipped with a controversial hollow handle, but has a solid handle made of indestructible FRN. Thanks to the olive-green rubber coating, the non-slip handle always lies securely in the hand, even in wet conditions, and the black parry element further increases work safety. The opening in the hand guard, which is reminiscent of the barrel ring of a bayonet, allows the knife to be fixed with string, wire, cable ties or fabric adhesive tape, so that it can also be used as a makeshift spear, for example. The powerful Bowie blade made of stainless and shock-elastic 7Cr17MoV is coated in black and additionally equipped with the typical back saw. The perfectly fitting black plastic sheath offers a wide range of fastening possibilities on clothing and equipment thanks to numerous openings and is additionally equipped with a built-in compass as well as a practical fire starter. The actual belt loop is designed as an integrated clip.