Posts Tagged ‘hunting knife’

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.


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.


The Origins of the Bowie Knife

Monday, March 28th, 2011

As a hunting knifeDamascus Bowie Knife, the Bowie knife has been a favorite among outdoor enthusiasts for years. It has a sturdy construction, an elegant design, and it’s one of the toughest sporting knives available. But many Bowie enthusiasts don’t realize that the knife also has a very interesting history. It all started in the early 19th century when Colonel James Bowie popularized the then-unheard of clip point blade, a variation on the popular Spanish hunting knife. The rest, as they say, is history.


4 Father’s Day Gift Ideas for a Rugged Dad

Saturday, March 26th, 2011

CominSilhoutte Key Chain Knifeg up with a Father’s Day gift year after year can be a huge challenge, especially if you have one of those stoic dads who never seem to want or need anything. If he’s an outdoorsman, however, you’re in luck: There are plenty of useful camping, hunting and fishing gadgets available to delight and amuse a rugged dad.


Hunting Knives 101: Advantages of the Damascus Knife

Friday, March 25th, 2011

For many spoDamascus Knifertsmen, a hunting knife is one of the most important and cherished pieces of outdoor equipment they will ever own.


Essential Camping Upgrades for 2011

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

Quality camping gear doesn’t come cheap, and for that reason many families collect what they need and then reuse the same gear year after year. If you’re among those who still sleep in patched tents they bought back in the nineties or sleeping bags that have lived past their prime, it’s time to start thinking about upgrades.


Storing Hunting Knives for Winter

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

Hunting knives, also known as survival or field knives, represent integral aspects of the field dressing process. There are a couple of different types of hunting knives, such as stainless steel and carbon steel. A hunting knife with a stainless steel blade is capable of withstanding much heavier and intense use on a frequent basis than a hunting knife composed of carbon steel can. Stainless steel hunting knives therefore require less regular care than their carbon steel counterparts. While this may be true, stainless steel hunting knives still must be rigorously cared for properly in order to keep their performance and aesthetic value up to a high standard. By using the proper cleaning and storage techniques, you will be able to preserve the longevity of your stainless steel hunting knife for many years to come.


How to Skin a Turkey for Thanksgiving

Monday, October 18th, 2010

Damascus Skinner Hunting KnifeThere’s a lot of preparation involved in turkey hunting. You need to know how to properly locate a bird, use decoys, call the bird, sight it, shoot it and bag it. If done well, you should be left with an impressive turkey that is sure to please your whole family. There’s one aspect of turkey hunting, however, that many hunters fail to prepare for: dressing and skinning.


Hunting Preparedness Tips from Midwest Hunters

Friday, November 13th, 2009

c1104-folding-hunting-knifeBelieve it or not, Midwest hunting seasons are already quickly coming and going. In some states, major hunting seasons like deer and elk are fast approaching and scheduled for only a few short days during the holiday season. As you can imagine, it’s especially important that Midwest hunters are ready and adequately prepared to take full advantage of their short and busy seasons. And that’s why, below, you’ll find a number of hunting preparedness tips from Midwest hunters to help hunters all over experience success during their own designated seasons.


Choosing the Best Hunting Method For You

Thursday, August 20th, 2009

c927-Bowie-Coast-hunting-knifeThough hunting is enjoyed by millions of people each year, they don’t all define hunting the same way.  There are several drastically different ways that the sport can be experienced.  Each of the different hunting methods allows hunters to experience different aspects of the sport, providing them with different ways to enjoy their trip.  Different hunting methods may not be right for everyone, so to make sure that you get the most out of your experience it’s important that you take the time to learn about the different options available to you so that you can choose the hunting method that you’ll enjoy the most.