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Cold Steel SK-5 Review

The Natchez Bowie knife got its name from the small town of Natchez in Mississippi, and its fame came from the number of people who chose to use this particular style of fighting knives. Cold Steel managed to emulate the same kind of fierceness that the original Bowie knives had and added a couple of modern features and turned it …

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Cold Steel Pendleton Review

Bigger knives are not necessarily better (Sorry, Crocodile Dundee.). This fact is proven by this Cold Steel Pendleton Hunter review. These knives are Cold Steel’s attempt at copying the kinds of knives that master knife maker Lloyd Pendleton made. Although these knives may be on the short side (The blade is just 3 ½ inches long.), they are made with …

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Alternative Camping Shelters : Floating, Rooftop, Inflatables!

There are an overwhelming number of camping tents on the market nowadays. They vary in weight, size, and shape to accommodate a variety of camping needs and something can fit nearly everyone’s wish list.  Typically, the lighter the tent, the more expensive it is.  Also, the more extreme the camping conditions, the more cash you’ll have to lay out for …

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Russia’s Spetsnaz Survival Machete

  This weird Russian survival tool has more uses than any US survival knife and can save your life in the wilderness or urban environment. It can hammer, chop, cut, pry, saw, pummel, and you can even use it as a ruler. Who are the Spetsnaz? The Spetsnaz is the Russian special forces group. It was created during WWII to …

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Best American-Made Knives

In this day and age, there are not too many knife brands manufactured in America. Good thing there is Cold Steel, a company that prides itself in the manufacture of high-quality knife products for decades now.

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The Best Survival Hatchet

What is a survival hatchet? A hatchet is a type of Axe that has a head that weighs anywhere from 1 to 3 pounds and is small enough to be wielded with one hand. On one end, a hatchet has a sharp blade that runs about 3-5 inches. On the other end, a hatchet has a flat area that you …

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Ontario RTAK II Review

The Ontario RTAK II by the Ontario Knife Company is a superior fixed blade survival knife that is designed to be durable enough to withstand the wear and tear of constant use. Survival knives are generally longer than other types of knives since they are designed for heavier jobs such as cutting and shaping poles for makeshift shelters or cutting …

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Tom Brown Tracker 2 Review

Lots of Tom Brown Tracker 2 review articles are currently out on the internet, providing users with a good way to evaluate this particular blade. The model comes from TOPS Knives, a known manufacturer of different cutlery. This article will discuss TOPS Knives, features of the Brown Tracker 2, and user ratings.

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SOG Field Pup II Review

PLEASE note the Field Pup II is discontinued, and while it was a good knife, we no longer have access to it other than 2nd hand.  However, the good news is that we do recommend another very sharp-looking (play on words there folks!!) SOG knife that more than takes its place.  Check out our review of that one – JUST …

CRKT M21 Aluminum Folder Review

The CRKT M21 Aluminum Folder was designed as a variation to the highly popular Kit Carson Big Dog Deep Bellied. The design looks more simplistic, but it is nevertheless purpose-driven and custom-made. This CRKT M21 aluminum folder review will discuss the several aspects of this knife.