Lakota Knives

I'm trying to locate any historical info on Lakota knives. Can anyone help?
How about owner's feelings . . . are they good knives?


Oct 4, 1998
I've owned and used a Lakota FinWing for somehting close to 20 years. It has been a very faithful companion on numerous camping and hunting trips. I cannot even begin to count the game it has helped me process.

I have found the knife to be exceptional. The blade came razor sharp, and it stays sharp for quite a long time. It also is quite easily resharpened. All in all, it was one of the best knife purchases I've made from the stand points of utility and value.

My Dozier Yukon Pro Skinner is the ONLY field knife I've come across that is sharper, or stays sharp longer, than the FinWing.

More info on Lakota knives can be found on the Brunton web site.

Hope this helps.

Thanks, AJ.

I have just purchased an interest in Lakota and am trying to find as much info as I can about the history and quality.

I appreciate your help.

[This message has been edited by bobm (edited 27 May 1999).]