Whether you’re an experienced hunter or just a novice, you probably have a number of different hunting knives. And if you’ve been hunting for long, you’ve probably had to sharpen your blade a few times. You may have even studied the different ways ofsharpening hunting knives. But are you sure you’re doing it correctly? Incorrectly sharpening a blade can be dangerous to the knife as well as you. Here are five quick tips to keep in mind when sharpening your hunting knives.
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February is the month of love, and this months’ outdoor events calendar was created with that in mind. The following are fun outdoor or outdoor-related events that you could do as a couple. Enjoy, you crazy lovebirds!
If you are a hunting enthusiast, you probably have a large collection of many different types of hunting knives. And, if you’re like a lot of hunters, you probably have a favorite: your Bowie knife. Many hunters love the sturdy construction and ease of use of a Bowie knife. But how many people actually know the history or development of one of the world’s most popular types of knife? The following are five interesting facts that you might not know aboutBowie knives but definitely should.
Let’s face it- bigger isn’t always better. When you’re out on a hiking trail or a fishing trip, you don’t usually want to be lugging around a giant Bowie knife. And a big skinning knife is really only useful when, well, you’re skinning something. If you’re in one of these situations, you need a durable, compact knife. Well, you’ll find just what you’re looking for with a folding knife! Here are a few reasons why folding knives are perfect for a lot of outdoor activities.
Attention Washington hunters! Do you have what it takes to be a MASTER HUNTER? Well, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has the program for you!
Did you miss Black Friday? No worries – it’s Cyber Monday!
Good news for hunting enthusiasts! The Northwest Oregon Permit Zone will reopen the seasonal goose hunt this Saturday, and the birds are aplenty!
The fall hunting season is a great time of year, with game both big and small ready to be bagged. But there’s nothing worse than going to field dress your recent kill and realizing your hunting knife is dull and useless. Whether it’s a buck or a turkey, field dressing requires a sharp, strong blade. Here are our Top 3 hunting knife picks for the 2010 fall season.