• Buck PakLite Skinner Review

    Buck PakLite

    April 28, 2015 Comments (0) Blades & Tools, Reviews

    By Shane Neilly It’s cold. You’re shaking, but not from the temperature. The reason for this is simply because the twelve point whitetail that you know for sure will score B&C, is standing twenty yards from your stand. You pull your bow back as the monster turns broadside and you proceed to pull the

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  • Free Range Hunter Small Fixed Blade


    April 23, 2015 Comments (0) Blades & Tools, Reviews

    For Dressing Whitetails, Try a Small Fixed Blade   By Todd Swanson   Ask most people what a “hunting knife” is, and they’ll describe Tonto’s long-bladed belt knife.  But for cleaning whitetails, even large ones, a long-bladed knife can be as dangerous as it is unnecessary.   Most of the job of a

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  • First Female Ever to Compete in Bladesports Cutting Competition

    First Female Ever to Compete in Bladesports Cutting Competition

    April 16, 2015 Comments (0) BladeSports, News

    BladeSports International, Inc. is a Texas non-profit corporation formed to promote knife safety and provide workshops and cutting events for its members. Bladesports also works to inform and educate the public with regard to the safe use of a knife as a tool. The Bladesports Competition is a contest in which

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  • Bad Blood Kendrick Rotorhead


    April 14, 2015 Comments (0) Blades & Tools, Reviews

    Fixed Blade Knife Review By  Bob Vishneski Growing up in rural northeastern Pennsylvania, it always seemed natural to have a knife with me, even before my scouting days.  Over the years, I acquired, sold, lost, or just plain wore out a variety of fixed and folding knives. Recently, I renewed my interest in knife

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