I just received a CRKT Mossback Fixed Blade Knife. Sometimes I pick up a knife and fall in love with it right away. That’s how it was when I pulled the Mossback out of the sheath.
Instead of letting the kids set around whining that they’re bored on your next camping trip, set up a log and let the kids try their hand at throwing knives.
The Dexter Russell 3 Pc. Big Game Combo Knife set comes with a bone saw. I remembered that we had eaten some spare ribs at lunch so I grabbed a bone and went outside..
A few decades ago the Forschner 5-Inch Boning Knives became popular for certain boning jobs such as chuck and Rib boning.
I suppose that you could theoretically bone out a deer with any kind of a knife but if you use a good boning knife, like a Forschner 6-Inch Boning Knife, you’ll end up with a lot more meat.
Having used Puma knives for the last 40 years I was excited to test out the Puma Valencia IP Knife in Olive by skinning some hogs.
Originally requested by Chuck Buck for an outside picnic game at his church, the Buck 0073Sssvp-B Kinetic Series Throwing Knives were first created in 2005 but never introduced to the public.
I just picked up my Dexter Russell “Don’t Tread On Me” 6-Inch Boning Knife. Wow, now I have the coolest boning knife in the world. I can’t wait to bone out something with it…
They make seven different varieties of the Leatherman and between them they offer 33 different features. I decided on the Leatherman Wave Plus Multitool as the one for me..
I can only hope that some old lady drives by and her car engine falls out so I have a chance to save the day and reinstall it with my Leatherman Tread Tempo.
If you’re a knife connoisseur then you probably don’t just use good knives in the field, you also want to use good ones in the kitchen. Like Spyderco kitchen knives..
The company Leatherman Tool Group is celebrating their 35th anniversary of the first Leatherman all-purpose, survival tool, Mr. Crunch.
My youngest daughter’s comments when I opened the box and showed her the new Buck 110 Auto Elite. “Wow, that knife is sweet daddy!”
I think you’ll like this knife for use as a hunting knife. It’s lighter weight and like I said the Spyderco Bill Moran Drop Point Knife is razor sharp.
I found a good knife for those type of task the other day. It’s the Buck 300 Glacier Folding Knife.
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.