Hunting Knives 2019 – Budget, Mid-Range, High-End

Hunting Knives 2019 – Budget, Mid-Range, High-End

Hunting Season is here! Jake and Kyle take some time and go over some of the best, favorite, and traditional hunting knives available – both fixed blade and folding hunters (skip to 23:30 for Folding hunters).

Fixed blade hunting knives and Folding Hunting Knives are divided into Budget (Under $50), Mid-Range ($50-100), and High End ($100+) categories, and we look at 3-5 in each category.

Shop All Hunting Knives here:

Fixed Blade Hunting Knives:

Budget Fixed Blade Hunting Knives Under $50
War Eagle Blades Pocket Skinner & Hunter-Caper:

Bucklite Max II Guthook Knife
KA-BAR Skinner:
Outdoor Edge Swingblade:

Mid-Range Priced Fixed Blade Huntings Knives $50-100
A.G. Russell Professional Hunter with D2:
Buck Open Season Knives:
Browning Overtime:
Buck Skinner Model 103:
Daniel Crotts’ Black Widow Caper:

Higher End Fixed Blade Knives $100+
A.G. Russell USA Made Drop Point Hunter D2:
Dozier Yukon Skinner
Dozier Made Knives:
Benchmade Hunters:
Including the Benchmade Saddle Mountain Skinner and the Hidden Canyon Hunter
Winkler Knives Standard Duty 1:
Benchmade Nestucca Cleaver:

Folding Hunting Knives

Budget Folding Hunters Under $50
Browning Speed Loader:
Outdoor Edge Pocket Caper-Lite:
Remington Sports Lockback Folder:
Buck 110 Crelicum Ebony:

Mid-Range Folding Hunters
Buck Folding Pursuit Large with Guthook:
Outdoor Edge Flip N Zip:
A.G. Russell Lockback Folding Hunter Jigged Bone:
Buck 110 Slim Pro:

High-End Folding Hunters $100+
Buck 110 Pro:
Benchmade Crooked River Full & Mini:
Benchmade Grizzly Creek Folder:

Field Sharpeners
Survival Firestarters & Sharpener:
Outdoor Edge-X Pro:
DMT Options:
A.G. Russell Field Sharpener:

Outdoor Edge Saw:
Gransfors Bruks Hunters Axe:



  1. Eric He on February 17, 2020 at 11:09 pm

    I like your review guys it simple!

  2. Paul Basilio on February 17, 2020 at 11:11 pm

    oh and I love the show

  3. Rick Ratcliff on February 17, 2020 at 11:16 pm

    Hunting, Fixed.

  4. Paul Basilio on February 17, 2020 at 11:27 pm

    Yeah Guys I love the show Leatherman trio I think I was the name came with a little mini sharpening rod don’t know if they make it anymore it’s awesome

  5. Daryoosh Fatemi on February 17, 2020 at 11:34 pm

    Fixed. All day. Not only because cleaning is possible and easy. But fixed blades are way more reliable, robust, better prices with higher quality, easier to sharpen, and handles are much more ergonomic for long time use. The vast variety of blade sizes is another advantage. And last but not least, great sheaths and various carry styles of them.

  6. Paul Basilio on February 17, 2020 at 11:48 pm

    Any and all of them that is my preference

  7. John Waddington on February 17, 2020 at 11:59 pm

    What do you hunt with a knife, ??
    Name it,, .. John Rambo,,

  8. Pueo711 on February 18, 2020 at 12:03 am

    I personally prefer a fixed blade myself. You know, once upon a time AG Russell offered a fixed blade Gents drop point hunter. Those were really sweet and I do hope you’ll revise that model!

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