Archive for the ‘Knives’ Category

New Knives from COAST Feature Double-Lock Technology

Monday, May 27th, 2013

DX350COAST’s latest folding knives come with our patented Double-Lock technology, making them the perfect addition to the toolbox of every DIYer, professional retailer and distributer in the hardware and home improvement industry.


COAST Rolls Out Breakthrough Rapid Response® Knives

Thursday, January 26th, 2012

All-New Design by Ron Lake Features Patented Blade-Assist Technology, Patented Double-Lock System and Highest Quality Craftsmanship.


Sanitation and Hygiene for Camping Knives and Other Outdoor Utensils

Thursday, September 15th, 2011

Camping EquipmentThere’s nothing better than taking a shower after being in the wilderness for a week or so. Finally being able to properly clean yourself feels wonderful after being limited to the sanitation basics of the backcountry trail. However, campers must be especially vigilant about doing everything they can to practice excellent hygiene even while out in the woods.


Safe and Easy Sporting Knife Projects for Kids

Saturday, September 3rd, 2011

Many parents hope to teach their children basic techniques for using sporting knives. From cooking to cleaning game, deftness with a knife is a useful skill for anyone to have. And although digital technology presents today’s children with a plethora of entertainment options, kids still enjoy creating things with their own hands. The sporting knife exercises listed below can help kids gain confidence – safely – and have fun while they learn how to properly wield hunting knives. (more…)

Tactical Knives vs. Hunting Knives

Monday, August 22nd, 2011

Hunting KnifeTo the knife greenhorn, all blades look alike. Until a person becomes more experienced at using knives in various applications, it’s difficult to tell a tactical knife from a hunting knife from a fishing knife.


Knife Hunting: Introduction to an Ancient Sport

Monday, August 1st, 2011

Today’s hunting experience is typically laden with modern technology. From multi-tools that include a camping knife, to high-powered rifle scopes, to special telescopic lenses, most hunters rely on a plethora of gizmos to take down their game. However, one ancient, gadget-free form of hunting is gaining popularity in the southern United States: knife hunting.


Damascus Knife Maintenance Tips

Friday, May 27th, 2011

C244398 Damascus SkinnerMade from Damascus steel, a Damascus knife uses a particular type of metal developed for sword making in about 300 BC. A Damascus blade knife has a distinctive banding and mottling pattern that appears wavy, like flowing water or wood grain. Swords made of Damascus steel had a reputation for being shatter-resistant, strong and capable of maintaining a sharp edge for a long time.


Folding Knife Safety Rules for Kids

Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

folding knifeDetermining when a child is old enough to carry his or her own folding knife is a big decision for any parent. Parents often ask what age a child should reach before being trusted with a hunting knife. The truth is there’s no hard-and-fast-rule; it all depends on the maturity level of the child.


5 Hunting Knife Tips for Field Dressing Game

Thursday, May 12th, 2011

deer antlersYou’ve spent hours patiently scoping the woods and waiting for just the right opportunity to aim, fire and down your prey. Flushed with adrenaline and success, you head in to claim your kill. Now it’s time to pull out your hunting knife and get down to the dirty work.


Hunting Knives 101: Folding vs. Fixed-Blade Knives

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

C244305 Damascus FolderChoosing a hunting knife can be a difficult decision, and opinions vary widely as to which types of sporting knives are best. In particular, beginning outdoorsmen are often stymied by the question of whether to choose a folding or fixed-blade knife.