Knife Reviews: Kershaw Leek

Knife Reviews: Kershaw Leek

Kershaw Leek View on Amazon Blades Brother's Rating - - 5 / 5 stars Manufacturer Kershaw Designer Ken Onion Blade Length 3 inches (7.6 cm) Handle Length 4 inches (10.2 cm) Weight 4 ounces (115 grams) Steel 14C28N Sandwich Steel (varies depending on version) Lock Liner Lock Opening SpeedSafe Assisted Opening I’ve had my Kershaw Leek for four years now, so I decided it’s time to do a full review. Read more →

5 Minimalist (and Affordable) Knives

5 Minimalist (and Affordable) Knives
There’s nothing better than a sleek, minimalist knife. However, a lot of companies seem to think minimalist equals expensive (I’m looking at you, James). That’s why we thought you’d like to see a few knives that do away with everything but the necessities – and still won’t break the bank. CRKT Swindle #1 - CRKT Swindle Our first pick for an affordable minimalist knife: CRKT Swindle First up is the Swindle from CRKT. Read more →

Knife Blade Types

Knife Blade Types
1. Drop-Point Blade The first knife blade type is a very common one for general use or everyday carry knives: the drop-point blade. This blade features a slope along the spine (top of the blade) that goes downward as you approach the tip of the blade. The drop-point, as opposed to the normal blade, helps avoid unintended punctures with the tip of the blade since it is placed at a less severe angle. Read more →

The Best Knife for Everyday Carry

The Best Knife for Everyday Carry
Best Knife for Everyday Carry Our pick for the best knife for everyday carry: Kershaw Leek. Buy Now on Amazon I bring a knife with me no matter where I go. The only places I go without a knife are those where someone has told me I can not carry one. The two instances this has happened are when I was boarding a plane and when I was in a casino. Read more →

The Best Knife for Processing a Deer

The Best Knife for Processing a Deer
Best Knife for Processing a Deer Our pick for the best knife for processing a deer: Victorinox Fibrox Pro. Buy Now on Amazon You can skin a deer with pretty much any sharp knife, but there are a some knife features that can make it much easier. I’ll go over a few aspects of your chosen blade that will make processing your wild game much easier and faster. Read more →