Knife Reviews, Tips And Accessories
Though carefully crafted, Damascus barrels were held in deep skepticism by American shotgunners. Beautiful, yes, but never shoot it. Why not? About 1000 AD, crusading knights returning from the Holy Land brought back wild tales, algebra, oranges, hashish, harem girls and steel so special they named it after the city where they found it—Damascus. History…
By Elliot Thomas Special to Outdoor Enthusiast Lifestyle Magazine When I was younger, my Grandfather was always trying to impart his knowledge on me. From fishing to hunting, firearms and pocket knives, and in general what we would now qualify as "life hacks." By the...
Here’s a closeup look at two unique and useful knives from a less-than-obvious source: the master gunmaker that is Smith & Wesson. Nine out of ten people are going to be familiar with Smith & Wesson firearms. But if asked, how many people would know about Smith & Wesson knives? We’ve been aware of it,
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By Jason Houser Special to Outdoor Enthusiast Lifestyle Magazine With so many styles of knives to choose from, the decision can be tough to make at times. Short of buying every style of knife there is, take the time to think what you want out of a knife and which...
Flying knives? That’s right, these guys shoot X-Acto knives out of a shotgun. These guys took 12 X-Acto knives, wired them together, stuck them to the end of their shotgun round, and then let them fly. WARNING: Don’t try this at home. Watch the video below: A 12-gauge shotgun doesn’t need any help getting the job done,
Here’s our review of the Case Winkler Recurve Utility No. 6 knife, a do-it-all sort of blade. For a good chunk of the past year I’ve been carrying and using a fixed blade knife produced by W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Co., called the Winkler Recurve Utility No. 6. It’s gone with me on hunting,
Say “Happy holidays” with a thoughtful gift and match a Kershaw knife to the receiver’s personality and style. People always say “It’s the thought that counts” as a way to cover up for a crummy gift. In reality, it means the more effort you put in to finding a gift they’ll actually love, the sweeter
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Here’s a collection of classic knives that have an old school look and feel, but are just as effective as today’s modern blades. Sometimes a knife has a look and feel that you instantly recognize as classic. Maybe it’s because of the blade style, maybe it’s because of the handle material, or maybe it’s because
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Although he makes it look easier than it is, this video could greatly improve your process. Whitetail hunting is a blast. But once you make that successful shot, all the work begins. Field dressing, dragging the deer out, and loading it into your truck. Then what? Well, you can take your harvest into a processing
The agency has taken to social media to showcase the dangerous, hilarious, and often weird, things confiscated from travelers. Between the long lines and removing everything from your bag, the TSA isn’t exactly the most popular group at the airport. But the agency is making an effort to show the public the ways airport security pays