Author: Tim Stetzer
Super Fast Dynamic Duo | Benchmade Knives Review
Benchmade’s Infidel II auto and Barrage assisted opening knives are quick-striking duty or EDC tools made for hard use!
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As the seasons change and the world starts thawing out, I always start getting the itch to get out of the house and get back into the woods. For the…
Fire in the Hole
Spyderco has long been known for one-hand-opening knives and their patented Spyderhole opening method. It’s a system that works well and is very fast to deploy with a little practice.…
The Monster Man | Nessie Hunting Knife Review
His curvaceous Nessie has more in common with its lakebound namesake than Sears’ thin-bladed hunter. His knives mean business!
Like A Rock | Spyderco Rocksalt H1 Knife Review
Spyderco’s Rocksalt H1 camp/survival knife gets put to the author’s test to prove it can hack seriously tough, wet and nasty backcountry!
Tank Tough Hunters | Survival Knives Review
Warren, Michigan was the home of the Detroit Arsenal Tank Plant where they made one quarter of the 89,568 Sherman tanks used during World War II as well as the…
Innovations in Aggression | Combat & Police Knives
Knifemaker Sean Kendrick developed an innovative design for combat and police SWAT usage.
Modern Nessmuk Trio: A Quest for Perfection | Survival Knives Test
Our group of backcountry experts put G.W. Sears' "lighten-the-load" doctrine to the test with survival gear in Pine Creek Gorge, P.A.