There are some things that by design are functionally efficient without embellishment or constant change. This is most certainly true with the Sharpfinger knife concept by Schrade (Taylor Brands). Simple, straightforward and without any need for change over time, this particular knife concept has proven itself for many decades. The simplicity of this knife design is not only enriched by the upswept clip-point blade pattern that functions as a superb hide removal tool, at the same time the knife also works exceedingly well as a total edged game care field tool. Continue reading Sharpfinger
The reentry of one of the oldest American cutlery firms is marked by some of the most creative knife design features that the market has ever seen. Continue reading Camillus Triple Play
Many times harder than conventional steel blades, the new zirconium oxide blades used by Stone River Knives are so durable that they rarely ever need sharpening.
When it comes to knife-edge maintenance, most folks see it as the worst from of drudgery. Indeed, sharpening a knife is time consuming and often frustrating. A friend of mine hates dealing with the whole matter, so he just purchases a Continue reading Stone River Knives
Two new edged tools, one lock-blade folder and the other fixed-blade, both custom designed and with blue-collar affordability.
Spyderco folding knives, with their large, round, thumb engagement hole in the blade for one-hand opening, are probably the most easily recognizable edged tool available today. Their broad range of functional blade patterns and knife configurations also make Continue reading The Spyderco Hunters Edge