Monthly Archives: February 2014

“The Elite are Masters of the Basics”

“The elite are masters of the basics.” Wherever this sentence came from, it is profound. It certainly applies to knifemaking, as well as every other discipline. It leads directly to the next question: “What are the basics?” In the cutlery … Continue reading

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Puukko Knife with Purple Heartwood and Green Canvas

Here is a knife with a nice blend of wood and canvas phenolic. It is a fine candidate for the belt of someone who wants the minimal guard, comfortable handle, and very efficient edge. Good lightweight knife for general bushcraft!  … Continue reading

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