Knives

556

5/32″ D2 steel
8 3/8″ OAL
3 3/4″ cutting edge with a tanto tip.

Saber grind

175.00

Go get it at Battlehorseknives.com

 

Battlehorseknives first monthly special

I have to say this is one of the nicest looking knives I have seen in quite a while. It is 9 1/2″ over all length  and a 4 1/2″ cutting edge, 5/32″ O-1 tool steel with green/black resiten handles, scandi grind, bow drill divit in the handle, kydex/leather sheath and lots of awesomeness. Got get in now while you can it is 175 bucks plus shipping. Go here to snag it.

New collaboration on bushcraft knives between Dave Canterbury and ESEE knives

Everybody who knows me, knows I am a Dave Canterbury fan. I also own many ESEE knives, and products. With one of my favorites being the candiru. ( here is a pic of my personal candiru)

One of the things ESEE does not do well is bushcraft knives. If you are going to be surviving in a wooded area. A bushcraft knife I think would be preferred over a standard survival knife. One of my favorites is my woodsman, and woodsman pro from blind horse knives (now Battlehorseknives).

Woodman Scandi Grind

Woodman Scandi Grind

I am pretty excited to see what comes out of this collaboration. See the video from shot show below. It looks like the knives they show, are following the above knife design.

Do you own an AR-15? Have you looked at .300 AAC Blackout?

Sootch does a good job explaining the differences, and why you should consider .300 for you next build, or upper.