BPS Knives Adventurer Bushcraft Knife Review

Part of the popularity of this knife has certainly come from its backstory—BPS Knives has been giving them out to Ukrainian soldiers since Russia invaded earlier this year—but I wanted to know if there was more to the Adventurer than just a good story.

Cold Steel Kobun Tanto Knife Review

Today we’re looking at the Cold Steel 17T Kobun Tanto, a unique fixed blade knife with a Japan-inspired design. It’s proven popular as a tactical blade and is well-designed for concealed carry.

Spyderco Tenacious Review

The Tenacious is what you might call an entry-level Spyderco knife. You can get one just about anywhere—heck, even Wal-Mart has them—and for some knife aficionados, getting a Tenacious is the first step in a lifelong obsession with Spyderco knives.

Leatherman Free T4 Review

If you have read any of my posts you know I have a harsh, love / hate relationship with multitools. I want to love them, I really do, but they really are so disappointing in the long run. Before you freak out, I own over 10 Leatherman, multiple no-name full size multitools and an original Swiss Tool. So, it’s not that I don’t have experience with them. I just feel they are a compromise in many situations.

Morakniv Companion Knife Review

There are certain knives whose reputations precede them, and the Morakniv Companion—most folks just call it the Mora—is one of those knives. Actually, this is a knife that has two very different reputations. It’s complicated.

Kershaw Camp 10 Test

Kershaw Camp 10 Long Term Review

The first word that comes to mind when one holds the Kershaw Camp 10 isn’t “knife,” it’s “machete.” This is a blade designed not for delicate slicing and carving, but for breaking down firewood and hacking through underbrush.

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