You don't have to take a map and compass everytime you go outside, to forest trip or simple walk.
But at more serious trips this inconspicuous stuff sometimes can save your skin.
Regardless of whether you are talking about bushcrafts, outdoor games, ASG shootouts, mil-sims or other outdoor games, a lot of attention is devoted to the subject of shoes, water, clothing, widely understood equipment, as well as backpacks and replicas. The subject of securing oneself for particularly unpleasant circumstances of an accident, requiring medical intervention, passes in passing and often goes to a very distant plan. We would say that this is quite a "medium" approach.
Knife is as useful as it is dangerous. Theoretically, the case is simple - there is a blade with a cutting edge and a handle for holding. The problem is complicated when it comes to practice. Then there is the need for patches and sometimes stitches. Therefore, here are some tips for safe handling of knives that result from our experience. Some may know them, others do not. Anyway - it is worth repeating.