Boker Plus Karambit Knife Review

Thanks for stopping by to read our Boker Plus Knife Review. The Boker Plus Karambit Knife has always elicited instinctive reactions in people,in spite of its insignificant origins as an agricultural tool from Indonesia, which brought the knife design to lend itself effortlessly into its transition from being utilized as a tool for agriculture, to its […]

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Benchmade Adamas 275 Review

Thanks for stopping by to read our Benchmade Adamas 275 Review. Having as many knives as I do, to get really excited over a slab of steel,it often takes quite a lot for me. Unnecessary to say, the Benchmade Adamas 275 sure did the trick. Thinking back, in the past couple of years I don’t remember many […]

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Speedsafe Assisted Kershaw Cryo II Knife Review

Thanks for stopping by to read our Kershaw Cryo II Knife Review. The excitement was almost palpable when Kershaw announced a partnership with Rick Hinderer. For years Rick has been a backbone of grail knife manufacturers, with his XM series of midtech/custom knives (based on your definition) being on everybody’s “would kill for” list. We mere […]

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Ontario Spec Plus Marine Raider Bowie Knife Review

Thanks for stopping by to read our Ontario Spec Plus Marine Raider Bowie Knife Review. Ontario Spec Plus Marine Raider Bowie Knife Review: Out of the considerable number of blades I claim, the Ontario SP10 Marine Raider Bowie is one of my top choices, not on the grounds that it’s particularly useful or exceeds expectations […]

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Spyderco Manix 2 Lightweight Knife Review

Thanks for stopping by to read our Spyderco Manix 2 Lightweight Knife Review. Since many years, the Manix series of Spyderco knives have been an important one among the Spyderco line up. It was initially considered as a heavy duty workhorse with G-10 scales, back-lock and a steel liner. And later on Spyderco Manix  was renovated […]

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Gerber Bear Grylls Parang Machete Knife Review

    Thanks for stopping by to read our Gerber Bear Grylls Parang Machete Knife Review. The Gerber Parang had the potential to be a truly remarkable and well-loved production knife, but its launch was marred by reports of catastrophic failure in terms of shoddy quality control. I happen to think that’s a damn shame because this knife […]

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CRKT MINIMALIST WHARNCLIFFE KNIFE REVIEW

Thanks for stopping by to read our crkt minimalist wharncliffe knife review. One of the first truly affordable neck knives in the knife world is the CRKT Minimalist, it has set the standard and entered the market that still offers a level of practicality that made it feasible as a utility blade. The CRKT Minimalist is […]

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Boker Plus Folding Knife Review

Thanks for stopping by to read out boker plus folding knife review. The Boker Plus Vox Rold is one of the best outdoors and survival cuts in its value run, for under $100. The blade offers features that are not obvious when simply browsing through item sites. In spite of the fact that it is […]

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Lightweight Survival Gear List

Thanks for stopping by to read out Lightweight Survival Gear List. Lightweight Survival Gear List Decades prior, while I was a young fellow in the Army infantry, at times I used to walk with quite a heavy (65 lb) rucksack attached to my back 25-30 miles a day. Once in a while we needed to […]

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Special Clip Point Buck 119 Hunting Knife Review

Thanks for stopping by to read our Buck 119 Hunting Knife Review. Special Clip Point Buck 119 Hunting Knife Review The Buck 119 Special is very much a capable tool. Personally, we think 6 inches is the perfect length of blade for an outdoor knife. The blade is hollow ground with no noticeable imperfections. The Buck 119 Special is […]

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