Buck 104 Compadre Camp Knife Review

The Micarta scales of the Campadre are grippy and comfortable, the steel is tough and takes a sharp edge, the grind is slicey, and it looks all around good.

The Buck Compadre Is Equal Parts Bushcraft, Survival, and Hunting Knife. The Buck Compadre very much the kind of knife that we all love around here. Almost every element of it is exactly the kind of thing we hope to see and feel in a camping knife: It’s the kind of knife that, at first, … Read more

Old Hickory 705 Knife Set Review

The Old Hickory Cutlery Set is an asset in the kitchen or outdoors as a camping and bushcraft knife set.

These are just Rugged Bushcraft Knives Disguised as a Butcher Knife Set The Old Hickory butcher set from Ontario Knife Company is a case of toughness over function, and age turned into beauty. It’s an asset in the kitchen but better suited for outdoor food prep on a camping trip, and clearly designed for butchering … Read more

Browning Black Label Battle Bowie Knife Review

This large knife is right at home in the wilderness.

It’s a Small Machete Pretending to be a Bowie Knife There are a lot of things about the way the Battle Bowie looks that gave me pause. It has a little too much of that sword-at-a-flea-market styling for me to really expect much. The extreme curve of the handle and the way the blade basically … Read more

Camillus Titanium Fixed Blade Knife Guide

The titanium coating on these Camillus fixed blade knies is a great feature on a budget blade.

The Camillus Titanium Coating is Great Added Feature for These Fixed Blade Hunting, Camping and Survival Knives I remain partially skeptical of everything Camillus says about they’re titanium coatings, but I will admit it seems particularly suited for hunting and survival. Whether or not it actually makes their knives harder, it definitely holds up well … Read more

10 Buck Knives With S30V And S35V Steel

Buck has been making several of their popular knives with SV30 steel for quite a few years.

Whether It’s Hunting, Bushcraft or EDC, Steel Matters Anyone who only buys their knives in a certain kind of steel is the kind of person who’s going to have an opinion about S30V. Or S35V. Or 154CM versus CPM154, or D2 and why a $50 price increase for Crucible Powder steels is worth it. Buck … Read more

Boker Knives Brand Guide

The difference between Boker Solingen, Arbolito, Plus and Magnum explained.

Boker Knife Brands Company Breakdown – The Differences Between, Solingen, Plus, Arbolito and Magnum Explained Jump to: Boker Manufaktur Solingen | $140 – $600 Price Range Boker Arbolito | $100 – $250 Price Range Boker Plus | $20 – $250 Price Range Boker Magnum | $15 – $120 Price Range There’s a little confusion about where specifically Boker actually manufactures their knives. … Read more