What's your Camp Knife ?

Discussion in 'Outdoor Gear, Survival Equipment & More' started by pitdog, Mar 12, 2012.

  1. Smithhammer


    Nov 9, 2012
    That's a Hill People Gear "Tarahumara" pack. Great little day pack. :thumbup:

    Thanks! They're just good 'ol natural canvas micarta. But I'm surprised at how many people tell me they really like the looks of them! One of the things I like with NCM is how it darkens to a nice warm amber color over time.
  2. tknife


    Mar 18, 1999
    Nice, thanks. I like that pack a lot!
  3. uluapark


    Aug 10, 2013
    i use this, a Himalayan Imports balance Knife, 1 knife does everything except filleting.
  4. Dacus_Nomadic


    Jan 3, 2014
    Will be spending all weekend in the woods with this guy.

  5. bld522


    Feb 3, 2004
  6. fielder


    Jan 25, 2011
    Great all round knife.
  7. IZULA


    May 20, 2009
    These are awsome in the forest, Fiddleback Machetes.
  8. Fallbrook Forge

    Fallbrook Forge

    Jan 1, 2006
    Gossman knives BBT and Tusker Companion


  9. thurin

    thurin Wanderer

    Dec 19, 2012
    Fiddleback Forge Camp Nessie





  10. Mannlicher


    Nov 19, 2008
    I am off to camp 4 days on the Kissimmee River on Thursday. I always take a box of knives to mess with, but these will be the main ones I use.
  11. Stubai


    Mar 16, 2007
    My list includes these over the span of many years:

    1. Mora
    2. Fallkniven A2
    3. Ontario 18 inch machete
    4. SAK
    5. Schrade Sharpfinger
    6. Busse Basic 9
    7. Buck 119
  12. movement


    Nov 21, 2010
    My current hiking knives are: Ilkka Seikku Bush Punisher, Silky boy saw, Fallkniven Kolt and Enzo Borka
  13. Phoynix

    Phoynix Basic Member Basic Member

    Dec 21, 2013
    Not strictly camping knives as general farm use knives(which are used for camping too).

    Gerber A400
    My fathers, my brothers(very short time span.. he damaged the chrome coating you can see in the pic trying to sharpen it). Father took it from my brother and gave it to me after the sharpening incident(which still gets brought up at family gatherings 20 years later), then when I moved out of home it was my mothers... who promptly lost it in her veggie garden on our farm... recently found... after 10 years, in better nick then expected overall after 10 years buried in soil.
    Now retired.

    Mora Companion

    Kellam Slasher

    Kellam Slasher and Mora get carried together, they perfectly complement each other, Kellam is VERY sharp and not very heavy its on par with smaller Beckers(bk15 etc) yet gives me a nice long blade for butchering and food preperation, along with with the weight forward design makes it a good slasher for pruning light scrub, weeds, and for gardening use like digging out bulbs and separating them cleanly. Also only knife I have that can be jammed repeatedly in the dirt and come out still shaving sharp.
  14. dbltap45acp


    Dec 19, 2008
    How did the Busse do? How did it compare with the Bark River? Been really thinking about a Boss Street CABS.
  15. vonrichthofen54


    Sep 23, 2013
    Becker BK-9, but I also bring a Fiddleback Forge Duke. 9 on the pack, Duke on the belt.
  16. Shaggy DA

    Shaggy DA

    Aug 16, 2014
    JK Knives 'The Tool' and Tops 'Hawke's Hellion'

  17. Doug C

    Doug C

    Mar 15, 2005
    John Fitch JS, actually a Bowie.

    Works fine as a Camp knife.
    Monday starts black bear season and if rifle fails...:)


    DC…:D :thumbup:
  18. Ballenxj


    Oct 30, 2010
    Do them "BARS" have a calendar too? ;)
  19. Doug C

    Doug C

    Mar 15, 2005
    They have the new (yet to be released) iWatches.

  20. Ballenxj


    Oct 30, 2010
    Ah, so their alarms went off to let them know? I'm betting they are using the growling stomach app alarm tone. ;)

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