Posts Tagged ‘Folding Knife’

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.


Introduction to Wilderness First Aid

Monday, June 13th, 2011

first aid kitAnytime you plan to spend time in the backcountry, you need to be prepared with the proper equipment and knowledge. In addition to knowing CPR and carrying basic gear, like a folding knife or multi tool with you, you should also know first aid techniques specific to the wilderness. Special gear, like an LED headlamp, can also come in useful. When you know wilderness first aid, you can apply its basic principles under stress. The types of ailments and injuries that can happen in the wilderness are uncountable, but knowing the basics can help you deal with almost any situation. (more…)

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.


9 Survival Tips for Solo Backpackers

Monday, April 25th, 2011

BackpackingThere’s safety in numbers, and nowhere is this more the case than on a hiking or backpacking trip. However, there’s also something special about venturing into the wilderness alone, to commune with nature and enjoy the peace of solitude.


Tips for Teaching Kids to Hunt

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

Damascus Folding KnifeMany hunters dream of the day when their children will join them in the woods and learn how to track and kill their own game. Unfortunately, the number of hunters across the nation is steadily dwindling as fewer and fewer kids are exposed to this once-common outdoor activity.


How to Survive in the Wilderness Overnight

Monday, March 28th, 2011

Hiking in the wilTwenty Mile Creek Wildernessderness can bring about a sense of tremendous peace and relaxation, and the Pacific Northwest offers plenty of deep forests and long tracts of wilderness for escaping the demands of daily life. The farther you stray from the beaten path, however, the greater the chances your situation might turn on a dime, transforming peace and relaxation into a fight for survival.