For those who may never have heard of the SHOT Show (Shooting Hunting Outdoor Trade) it is the largest gun show in the world. Unfortunately, because it is a trade show, it is not open to the public. That does not mean you will not have a front row seat at The Shooter’s Log. We have been busy running from booth to booth to discover what’s new in Pistols, Rifles, Shotguns, Airguns, Accessories, and Optics.
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Next to food, clothing, and shelter, the need for self-defense is prominent in our genes. You did not make many…Read More >
The CRKT OC3 is designed by sixth-degree black belt Pat Cascio and knife maker Brian Wagner. The result of this meeting of the minds is an extraordinary knife with excellent capabilities. During the past few years, CRKT has brought together the best and brightest knife designers and makers, and the result is nothing short of amazing, but is it as good as your EDC knife?
Ruger firearms are respected for workmanlike function, durability and accuracy. Ruger knives are functional and rugged, and they have the proper geometry for cutting chores. Read the full story to learn more about Ruger knives.
Knives are like guns, you can never have just one. Here are nine of what we think are some of the best knives to come out of Blade Show 2015.
CRKT teams with Flavoi Ikoma to create an affordable, perfectly balanced rugged knife for many uses. When you read this post, you’ll discover how perfect it is for everyday use and how easy it is to open with a flick of your thumb.
The CRKT For Those Who Served knife is well-designed, with features usually reserved for more expensive knives. An edge-retaining, powder-coated carbon steel blade, a well-designed sheath and an adjustable leg strap are just a few of the features…read the full post to get all the details.
The CRKT T-Hawk is a well-made addition to your collection of working tools with high quality materials and great size. Read the most for more details.
The CRKT M16 is a well-built, lightweight safe and affordable blade and has earned high praise. It opens quickly by swiping the flipper against your pants leg, or anything else for that matter. Not only is it easy to open, the focus on functionality means it also stays open when you want it to. Check out this post to read how to put it to work for you.
Knives are often an investment and, at times, a throw away item. The CRKT product isn’t expensive, but it isn’t cheap, and that is a good place to be for a service-grade working tool. Among the most enjoyable knives I have run across in some time is the new production version of Brian Tighe’s My Tighe.