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- Hunter’s Knife
Hunting has been around for many centuries, evolving from a survival tactic to a recreational activity. With every passing year, hunting technology and tools only become more sophisticated and diversified, with certain types of knives catering to specific parts of the game-hunting process. However, with near-unlimited choice comes the veritable confusion of which knife to pick, which needs they suit and how well they fit into your hunting kit.
Each aspect of hunting knives is a point of contention, right from blade length to knife steel and grip handle to fixed or folding blades. That said, all guides function as just that– guides. What’s best for you entirely depends on what you need it for, how you want your grip to be, how much time you want to dedicate to maintenance and the process of hunting itself. Let the list begin!
Spanning a total length of 27.5 cm, this stainless-steel hunting knife packs both functionality and aesthetics. It’s built for campers, hunters and general wildlife enthusiasts and holds up exceptionally well in harsh rugged conditions. The blade itself is 14.5 cm and has been laser-cut, then polished by hand, to provide a better finish and easy use.
The knife handle will draw eyes– it’s crafted from a gorgeous exotic wood called Cocobolo and displays a reddish-brown hue with purple veins running through. As the knife aficionados agree, a good knife is never without its leather case; the CDS Survival knife’s case is hand-sewn from the best of leather and made multi-positionable to be fitted vertically or horizontally, as you please. With the knife, you’ll also be furnished with a sharpening stone and firelight so that upkeep is never a problem.
Affordable to a fault without compromising on form and function, the Elk Ridge brand is fast making news through the hunting world. The brand’s ER-059 Series hunting knife has a stainless-steel fixed blade that’s 8.57 cm long– handy to carry on your person and whip out at a short moment’s notice. It’s a medium-sized hunting knife, but that doesn’t mean it can’t take on larger game like deer.
It resembles a skinner in design– this ensures dismembering of the game without damage to vital organs or meat. What’s interesting about this knife is that the handle isn’t separate; indeed, the blade extends and Pakkawood or maple burl wood is screwed on to either end to form a handle that won’t separate, fall off or cause any hindrance to smooth movements. The blade is polished to a high sheen and a lovely elk form is cut out from the stainless steel.
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