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I'd love to see a comeback of the Ka-Bar knife axe combo set with stacked leather handles from the 60's.
Anyone at Ka-Bar listening . . .
I like the folders by designer Jesper Voxnaes. His knives are made by several companies at a good range of prices.
Just got these in - I'd love to add a baconmaker to the collection if anyone is willing to get rid of one . . .
ESEE PR4 & Libertariat
This completes my trio (see above)
Hi. Yes, I believe the knife is designed to be a skinner, but the handle is too short in my opinion. I've pretty much used a Case Ridgeback...
Just picked up the Wolf pAX 2 from tops. Hatchet seems very functional, but the knife is fairly small to be used for woodcraft. What are your guys...
If I had to choose a Becker or a Gerber I think I would lean towards Gerber. Not based on materials, but based on design. I prefer 1095 over 420hc...
I have an LMF II and it is a good knife. The LMF is more suited to be a weapon than a versatile field knife. I have used it in the field, but it...
In my opinion the article should be about camping/backpacking ethics not what tools you should or should not pack with you. I agree people...
I would suggest the ESEE Libertariat (expat knives). Not as an all in one, but if you are carrying a nice folder this would make a very functional...
I would recommend the walkabout fanny pack by Marmot. I owned one about 17 years ago and I used it all the time. I'd even strap a wool blanket to...
I mostly grew up in the northeast, Adirondacks/Upstate NY. I was always into backpacking, canoeing and camping. Wilderness survival in the north...
A place for individuals that collect wilderness survival gear to talk about their collections with like-minded people, and be inspired by others.
Hate to complicate the issue, but maybe look at the Benchmade 162 Bushcraft. It is a quality knife with good balance and a comfortable handle. It...
I just bought an ESEE camp lore PR4, and an ESEE Expat Libertariat Machete
Waiting to get them in the mail . . .