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Gerber gear, or Gerber legendary gear, as they are sometimes known, is one of the trendsetting knife and tool manufacturers in America. Gerber doesn’t just have a long and storied history of providing quality knives and tools right here – their reputation is bolstered by generations of outdoorsmen and law enforcement personnel who swear by the toughness and reliability of their knives. It’s for good reason, too. Gerber’s knives are tough and reliable. It’s pretty simple. If you’re looking to add any knife to your belt or pocket, you’re probably going to find a good deal with a Gerber knife. They’re not just extraordinarily tough, they’re extraordinarily well priced. They don’t price gouge like many ‘premier’ competitors, but they also don’t cut corners. A Gerber knife is a tough knife, and as many of their blades are made in variations of chrome-moly-vanadium alloys, you can expect not only fairly good…

Whether you are a long-time hunter or someone who is getting into hunting for the first time, the importance of having a knife with you should be something you know. There are obviously many uses for a hunting knife when you are in the outdoors, but you may not have the tips to Buy a Hunting Knife and find the right one for you or completely understand the reasons you need one. Today, we are here to help with some tips and things to know when you buy a hunting knife for hunting season. The Purpose of a Hunting Knife – The purpose of a hunting knife can change depending on what function you want it to have. For example, you may want a knife that can perform a specific task like skinning a deer or cutting away branches to carve out a spot where you can camp out and wait…

Trying to pick one single knife is like trying to pick one single shirt. It’s just not practical. The reality is that different blades do different things, some better than others and some not as well. That being said, there are just some blades or brands that you should have because they’re really just that awesome. And by awesome, we mean tough, sharp (and easily sharpened) comfortable in the hand, and, if you’re lucky, that knife just might be guaranteed by the maker. One of these knife makers is Buck. You should own a Buck Survival Knife. You just should. There, it’s been said. Now here’s why. The first reason is the quality of finish. There are many models that Buck makes, some are folding, some are fixed, some have ornamental features like stag handles and some are molded rubber over a tang. However, whether you buy the Buck Cadet…

What can be said of Buck Knife Blades that haven’t already been said many times before, by many people from many walks of life? Buck knives need no introduction, among them are models as regarded among knife enthusiasts as the reverend 870 is to wingshooters. There are many hunters and outdoorsmen who only carry a Buck knife, probably not only because they have grown to love their Bucks but as much because those knives have not yet worn out. Even so, if they have Buck guarantees their knives for life, so when something does go wrong the blade can be shipped back to Buck for a replacement. There are better steels out there than Buck’s (nearly) universally used 420HC, there are better knives, and there are certainly more expensive knives. The thing is, when you round everything together and consider everything at once, Buck always comes out at or near the…