Knives are a frequent occurrence in modern film. Movie heroes and villains alike have brandished various types of small blades or sporting knives. Knife fights are often depicted as a more “fair” way to fight, especially in movies in which gun battles are the norm. Knife fight scenes are usually suspenseful and climactic, and a few knife fights stand out above the rest.
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There are a handful of specific tasks you need to know how to do before you can carry the title of outdoorsman. Here are five things every outdoorsman—and some may argue, every man—should know how to do.
1. Find Your Way Back
First, anyone that calls themselves an outdoorsman must have both strong traditional path-finding capabilities and a willingness to use modern technology when necessary. Although an outdoorsman often has a great sense of direction, the more important characteristic is that he is humble enough to admit when he’s lost. That’s when the importance of preparation (including packing a rad GPS gadget or old-school map and compass) becomes crystal clear.
Whether you’re a hunting expert or just getting started, knowing how to correctly hold, use, and care for a hunting knife is of great importance. Using a knife improperly can be incredibly dangerous, but by observing the following basic safety tips you will reduce the risk associated your sporting knife.