I’ve noticed the last decade or two a bunch of cowboys are also carrying folding lock blades or stockman knives just like everyone else.
I wanted to cover some of what I saw at the SHOT Show. Wow, no doubt there’s no way that I can cover it all but let’s hit the highlights.
I had a series of hunts and seminars lined up in Texas so I threw it in my bag and thought it’d be a good trip to test it on.
I thought that this would be a great trip to test knives. I talked to Charles and asked him which one of his knives he’d recommend for the duck hunt.
I write about and test a lot of cool and elite knives, but I don’t care who you are or how many cool knives that you own, you need a good bang around knife.
Tom Claycomb reviews the Buck Selkirk Knife and thinks this solid well-built blade is a better skinning knife than a survival knife..
Tom reviews the Case XX Trapper folding pocket knife and finds a bird hunters new best friend. I hadn’t planned on how well it like it to clean birds.
Buck Knives has a new fish fillet knife which I can’t wait to test out. Yes, I know, all of the guides and real fishermen use an electric fillet knife now.
So you’re getting sweet on an Outdoorsman and don’t know what to buy them this year for Christmas? Don’t panic, Santa’s little helper is here to help.
Then on top of that, even if there had of been more offerings, I didn’t have enough money to buy the cool knives I wanted.
Everyone carries a pocket knife, don’t they? At least everyone I know does. I don’t know how you could get through the day if you didn’t.
I worked with numerous knife brands over the decade & one thing that surprised me was the numerous knives each one offered, unlike the knife stores near me .
How do you not love the old Buck 110 folding lock blade knife? It’s a classic. Everyone has to own at least one of them, don’t they??
This week we want to take a look at the Puma SGB Blacktail knife. As with all Puma SGB knives it uses German steel but is assembled in China.
The Browning Kodiak is a unique knife that I can only imagine is going to be a popular knife with a lot of big game hunters. It has three locking blades..
Sharpening a knife seems to be a lost skill of the ancients but let’s see if we can’t help you out a little today.
If you like a drop point knife, the Knives of Alaska Elk Hunter fits the bill. It has a 3 ½” blade which is the perfect size for skinning big game animals..
Today I want to write about another Forschner knife that is great to use for processing your game, their 8-inch Breaking knife. You need to have one.
The Puma SGB Warden Jaccaranda Wood Folding Knife cutting blade is 3 3/8-inches long which is my preferred length. This was a classic knife when…
The Diamond Blades Traditional Hunter Knife scabbard has a Kydex liner in it and the leather portion is bradded so it should be safe to wear while riding a horse.
Right behind your rifle or bow, clothing and good boots, the most important piece of equipment a hunter takes to the field is a good pair of binoculars.
I stood up, poured water out of the barrel of the Mossberg 930 Pro-Series Waterfowler, opened the action, checked the the barrel was clear and kept hunting.
Hunter and writer, Tom Claycomb gives us a short review of the Mossberg Patriot Synthetic Rifle after a recent brown bear hunt in Alaska.
Before we place .357 Magnum ammo in the museum along with the Atlatl and sling shot let’s take a second to reconsider its self defense relevance.
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