Hunting Knives; The Complete Review By admin | June 10, 2020 | 31 Hunting Knives; The Complete Review Reviews of the most popular hunting knives in use today. And my opinion of what makes a good hunting knife. Share this...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinStumbleuponTumblrRedditDiggitYummlyEmail Posted in Hunting
To the point video fantastic no bs
This is one of the best videos about hunting knives I have ever watched. As a teenager in the 80s I had to hunt on a budget and the Buck 110 fulfilled that need even to this day.
P.S Tactical fashion show lol
6:17 i have the middle one and the bottom one
What is the brand of the skinning knife at 6:37
youve earned a lot of respect from me. not many people do.
My father taught me a good lesson about knives, he said buy the best knife you can find to skin a rabbit with.. keep it sharp and never buy another!… I still got that knife & never needed to buy a bigger one, he was a smart guy!
Great video, the very best hunting knife video I have ever seen.
Great video! My first 2 hunting knives, Buck 110 clip point and Old Timer Sharpfinger! From the late 70’s. Still have them. Still sharp and functional. Still used. Skinned many, many animals. As fond of those fine knives as I am, I have other knives I like and use more these days. My number 1 skinner is the Buck Vanguard #192. Sharp as can be, holds an edge very well, easy to keep clean stainless fixed blade, oh so comfortable extension of my hand, nice leather sheath…awesome knife.
You are fantastic. Excellent information. Thank you.
Life’s too short for an ugly Knife ! Buy something you will treasure & enjoy using. Bradford Guardian is a start. Gerber Gator folding is sweet too.
I like your style mister. Good video.
Pretty good video with well thought out information. I don’t agree with all your assessments, because to each his own. You are definitely a 110 man and there’s nothing wrong with that. Saying the majority of serous hunters prefer folding knives is not accurate. I will agree that heat treat is as important as steel. However, everyone doesn’t prefer stainless steel over carbon, but that’s a never-ending argument.
Very well done. Really enjoyed watching your view on hunting knives.
Don’t be scared by the length of this video. This is the best comparison video for anyone interested in hunting knives. At the beginning, this video quickly tells you what to avoid. And then directly goes right into the best case scenario. Starting with the best all around. Then moving down to very comparable substitutes. Great video!
If you don’t, mind what is the green drop point knife you pick up and hold at 55:13? The bottom on in the line up. I like the looks of that knife, would like to get some hands on with it.
Great video, thanks for the content.
Thank you for keeping it real and down to earth. The knife is a tool to the person using it.
what is the knife at 54:47 called second from top to bottom.
Stating the obvious.
Great job 👍
Very much appreciated this!
in the 80’s i got myself a sharp finger for 20$ made in u.s.a. and i used it for over 20 years in factory work. i’ve never been a hunter but i even used it two times in self defense knife fights.
Man I just use a cheap ass Opinel 5 99% of the time, I think my knife was £6 and it’s a 2.3" inch long blade non-locking, I carry this every day because it’s non-locking and under 3" which means in the UK I can stick it in my pocket and take it anywhere.
I’m looking for a Buck knife now for skinning rabbits, I’ve managed so far with my £6 Opinel, it’s almost not worth spending the extra, but I think a locking knife would be better, you can carry one whilst hunting legally (UK) and also use it at home for processing game.
Is the Buck 110 with a drop point good enough for all-purpose (field dressing, skinning, and boning), or you would still rely on a Gator or any of the ones shown in chapter 9?
I’m a retired carpenter/ woodworker. Carried one single knife, Gerber Swagger for years. Recently decided to upgrade. Started with PM2, 940 etc. Nice knives but too easy to get crap in the works and feel fragile. Few weeks ago got my first Buck 110, Black African Ebony handles. It’s a beauty, no brainer, wood beats G10. Put all my other knives in a plastic box and ordered the Buck 500-duke-knife as a second blade, came yesterday, and that’s it. I now have my perfect new knife to ‘use’ as opposed to ‘look at’. The PM2 opened in my pocket while laying on my side and stabbed me in the leg. No hotspot belt clip, great handle weight and feel, it’s a winner.
Thanks for all the effort you put into making this video. I learned a lot, and appreciate you sharing the knowledge.
My buck knife at 7:33
I’m going to test it this coming season
I’m a knife guy and have many types of knives from collecting them, to show off, to hunting. This is by far one of the best video I’ve seen. I always tell my brother about the steel does not matter as long as you have means to sharpen it as need be. Because he see my fancy collectible knives he thinks that he needs one for hunting. I use my dads old buck knife for dressing my kills. And you are dead on about the lock blade over a liner locks and such. Thanks for the video, Awesome!
Buck 110 under $40? Where can you buy one that cheap?
thanks for all the real in your review
many true advices !!!
what is the brand of the specific skining knife , ?
yea ive used the buck as well and lately been thinking about super steels. Now I think Im good!! Focus On my new rifle!!!