If you’re looking for a Christmas present for the outdoorsman in your life, there’s a 100% chance that he has knife addiction issues. Buy him a nice knife and you can’t go wrong.
If you’re looking for some grips to stabilize your grip on your pistols check out the Talon Grips. They’re super economical, easy to install and actually work and are durable.
You’ve probably heard about the cult-like following of the Minnesota deer camps. Well, it is actually worse than you’ve heard!
You might find it easier to sharpen your boning knives on a Smith’s 9-Inch Oval Sharpening Rod or Steel instead of on your old trusty stone.
The Havalon Piranta Figment knives are great little knives for caping out your trophies, skinning the feet and toes on your bears and breasting out your game birds.
If you’re looking for a functional bushwhacking knife then you might just want to check out the Puma Shadowcat ZX 12″ Knife.
If you’re looking for an economical knife to carry for self-protection while traveling, you might just want to check out the Puma SGB 55 Tanto knife.
If you’re having trouble getting your boning or fillet knives sharp, then I have a new option that I’m recommending that you try, the Smith’s 10” Oval Diamond Sharpening Steel.
If you’re looking for a heavy duty, classy looking Survival or Bushcrafting type of knife you may just want to check out the Puma SGB Buffalo Hunter Knife.
Tom puts the Puma SGB Mule Deer Hunter Knife in White Bone to work in this knife review. If you’re in the market for a nice looking, stoutly built skinning knife check it out.
In the Idaho Owyhees, there are thousands if not millions of acres you can four-wheel on and the Can-Am Defender Max XT was up for the challenge and the star of our camping trip.
If you’re looking for a mid sized assisted opening folder, you need to check out the classy looking Kickstart Case 6.5 BoneStag Hunter.
If you’re looking for a cooler that is bear proof, tough, holds ice for long periods of time and is NRA friendly, look no further. Cordova Coolers fits the bill.
I recently discovered an interchangeable three-bladed folding knife that I hadn’t seen called the Boker Plus Optima Hunting Set. I like it. It’s a no-nonsense folding hunting knife with three blades.
While these Battlbox knives don’t necessarily fit into my Outdoor world needs I thought that some of you may enjoy hearing about a different flavor of knives this week.
The Case Kickstart Dark Red Bone Mid-Folding Hunter is a comfortable knife to carry.
If you’re into old Western gear, nothing is more Western than the old lever action 30-30 and the Bowie knife. If you don’t own a Bowie knife check out the Puma SGB Bowie Commando Stag knife.
In this day of filleting our catch with electric knives it’s easy to forget that sometimes you still need a good straight knife like the Buck Knives Mr. Crappie Slab Fishing Knives series.
Right now I’m testing a Mossberg Patriot Revere and going to be using it this year coyote, hog, axis deer, bear and maybe elk hunting so I went with the Riton USA RT-S MOD 5 4-16×50 scope.
If you’re looking for a lockblade knife that is smaller and relatively thin and easy to carry in the economical range check out BUCK Knives Bantam Knife Line series.
If you’re looking for a good survival or rafting knife you need to check out the CRKT TSR Terzuola Survival Rescue knife. It has a lot of features which I think you’ll like.
If you’re looking for a lightweight, well-made medium sized folder, look no further. The Boker Scout Lightweight Knife in cocobola is a great looking and well-made knife.
Knives of Alaska offers The Legacy knife, which is an elegant, well-designed skinning knife that big game hunters would be proud to have in their game cleaning gear bag.
There are a million options for use of paracord while out in the backcountry. Let’s list out a few reasons to wear an Outdoor Edge Paraclaw bracelet.
Finally, a razor blade knife that doesn’t snap in half while skinning your big game animals.