Posts Tagged ‘sporting knives’

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…)

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.


5 Essentials for an Emergency Survival Pack

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

Packing for an oFirst Aidutdoor adventure involves more than just a warm jacket and thick boots. Every good outdoor enthusiast knows to pack an emergency survival pack. Here are five essential items for every survival pack, no matter where you’re headed.


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.