Gutting Knife Guide: 10 Best Gutting Knives Review

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If you’ve ever gutted and dressed game in the field before, then you probably understand what a delicate and arduous process it can be. A slip-up would mean ruining the meat or the hide, wasting your tracking and hunting efforts. A mistake may even cause injuries to yourself. That’s why gutting knives are crucial in hunter’s arsenal. Gutting is an important part of hunting. It’s a task that traditionally implies dying or living by the tool or “weapon” you’re using. Owning a quality gutting knife will make a huge difference,…

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Throwing Knife Guide: 10 Best Throwing Knives Review

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Like a lot of other gear that I’ve talked about, choosing the right throwing knife is a combination of gut feeling, your budget and the information you have to hand. We’ll talk about all that in this complete guide for throwing knives. There’s nothing quite like watching a knife you’ve just thrown hit a distant target. Especially when that target is moving. It takes practice, a lot of practice. But that sensation of sheer accomplishment is like no other feeling I know. The art of knife throwing is not just…

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Camping Knife Guide: 10 Best Camping Knives Review

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If you’re headed outdoors for any length of time, it goes without saying that good quality camping knives are a must-have component for your toolbox. But just what qualifies a knife to become a camping knife? Despite the overlap in the different outdoor knife categories, the camping knife is generally described as a heavy-duty knife. Exhibiting a blade under 5” in length, typically full tang, it can be used for cutting rope and cord, splitting kindling, whittling tent stakes, assisting with food preparation, clearing brush (in case it is necessary)…

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Skinning Knife Guide: 10 Best Skinning Knives Review

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Traditionally, skinning knives have narrow-tipped blades for precision cutting. They also have a deep belly; which provides the longest cut for every stroke, making them efficient to use. Some of them have a gut hook which greatly simplifies the skinning process. If you intend to dress small game such as rabbits or birds or want to remove the skin for taxidermy purposes, you should choose a smaller and more precise blade. Both caping blades and clip-point blades will work for this job as you’ll be able to make fine cuts…

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