Posts Tagged ‘hunting knives’

COAST is Attending the 40th Annual Safari Club International Hunter’s Convention Show in Vegas!

Friday, February 3rd, 2012

SCI LogoThe Safari Club International (SCI) is throwing their 40th Annual Hunter’s Convention show at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, and we are there right now!  This is the world’s largest international hunting show and is a hunter’s paradise. Attendees from all over the world come to celebrate the accomplishments of SCI as well as swap epic hunting stories and learn new hunting skills and techniques. The latest in new and exciting hunting tools and gadgets premier at this show which is why COAST products is here!


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.


Oregon Bear Hunting Tips

Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

black bear at mt. ranierThe state of Oregon alone has up to 30,000 black bears. While grizzly bears were once native to the state, they have been gone for nearly a century. Despite their name, black bears can have cinnamon, brown or blond fur.


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.


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.


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.


Northwest Fall Hunting Resources

Friday, September 17th, 2010

damascus-bowie-hunting-knifeThe air carries a crisp edge and a tang that means one thing to outdoorsmen: hunting time. The Northwest fall hunting season is just getting started, and enthusiasts across the region are preparing to take down deer, elk, black bears, cougars and game birds. If you haven’t already geared up and gotten your permits squared away, now is the time to do so.