There is no single profile that fits all hunters, and there isn't a specific hunting knife that fulfills all needs.
Knifemakers embrace the old saying, “change is constant.” The “same old, same old” never catches on with a new generation.
Bear scouts and Webelos scouts may earn the privilege of carrying a pocketknife to Cub Scout functions.
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Whether you're a hunter, outdoorsman, knife enthusiast, collector or experienced survivalist, learning the basics of knife sharpening often takes a backseat to more pressing matters.
“You could poll 10 people and have 10 different opinions on what the ideal EDC knife is,” suggests Dan Weidner of Boker USA.
Fairbanks, Alaska, knifemaker Mark Knapp not only built and reportedly patented a cool .1911 Combat Survivor Knife, but he recently received some well-deserved press on the piece.