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Kershaw Lonerock Folding Drop Point Review

Construction iven the size of the Lonerock folder (which is substantially bigger than its non-folding counterpart), it would definitely not be considered an EDC knife, and its lack of clip would attest to the fact that it was never meant to be such a knife.  The spine of the blade throughout its length (until the last 3/4 inches near the tip) …

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Gerber LMF II Survival Knife Review

The Gerber LMF II Survival Knife is one of the most popular knives produced by Portland-based knife manufacturer Gerber. Survival knives are essential tools for outdoorsmen or anyone who spends a lot of time in the wilderness, as they enable them to be prepared to respond to a wide variety of emergency situations. The best survival knives can be used …

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Top 5 Survival Knives!

ou are out in the woods alone, (this is not advised) and you have nothing but your survival knife to assist you with all of your basic needs to survive.  You build a shelter, start a fire and kill a deer to eat.  The next morning you hike out and find civilization once again. Then you live to be 100 …

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Camillus Carnivore Machete Review

he Camillus Carnivore is the envy of many outdoor enthusiasts.   This durable machete has many features giving it a variety of uses.  The 12-inch blade sits on a comfortable, camouflage ABS handle. Is this For Me? For me personally, yes!  If you are looking for a practical machete to use in the woods, to cut through dense foliage on …

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Cold Steel True Flight Thrower Review

hrowing knives are cool, right? Specifically weighted and designed to be accurately and effectively thrown, they are a distinct and separate category from regular knives.  Knife throwing is a great activity that develops hand/eye coordination and accuracy.   And let’s just admit it, as a kid you likely thought about throwing a knife at a target or a tree. Thanks to …

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The Best Brands of Folding Knives

  Probably more than any other industry where product brands compete against each other, I believe the knife industry has the highest number of really high-end brands that offer stellar quality.  There are literally hundreds of brands and you can see just a partial list to give you an idea HERE.  You know if a company is sold by a …

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Rat Model 1 Folding Knife Review

Construction his is one of the sturdiest knives of its type (EDC with pocket clip) that I’ve tested.  For me, it seems like almost a hunting/camping knife with a bit more “substance” than a small EDC.  The size and weight of this beast would disqualify it as an EDC in my pocket.  Unfortunately, it does not come with a separate …

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ESEE 4P Review

Only a few other companies in the world can create such high-quality knives like the ones that ESEE has, and among the models that they currently have, the ESEE 4P seems to stand apart from the rest. If you are looking for a reliable knife that you can take with you on your camping or hiking trips, the ESEE 4P …

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ESEE 6P Survival Knife Review

The ESEE 6P is a person’s best friend when that person is out on a camping trip or has gone fishing. This knife would cleanly cut one’s freshly-caught fish on a fishing trip and this knife would cut through the bone (with precision) of any game the person on a hunting trip would have caught. In general, the ESEE 6P is …

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OKC Hunt Plus Camp Knife

s I walked through the old front door of the more-than-100-year-old building off the beaten path in the tiny town of Franklinville, NY, I was immediately struck by the sheer quantity of knives hanging on display.  The Ontario Knife Company had an incredibly diverse and nearly awe-inspiring display of knives on every wall.  I scarcely had a chance to glance …