Bushcraft Knife Reviews (in popular order)

  • Enzo Trapper 95 REVIEW

    Enzo Trapper The Enzo Trapper is a very popular bushcraft knife. It features top-notch materials and a design that is really quite streamlined compared to much of the competition. The knife retails at around $100, so interested parties may want to try one out before they decide whether they want to buy it.   Specs […]

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  • KaBar Becker Companion BK2 REVIEW

    Becker BK-2 This is a helluva lot of knife. That being said, you’ll have to decide if you’re in the camp that believes that it’s better to have it and not need it or if it’s better to travel light.  Personally, I think of it like the Laplanders of Finland — I carry both.  Typically […]

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    TOPS Brothers of Bushcraft REVIEW

    TOPS Brothers of Bushcraft The TOPS Brothers of Bushcraft knife has a very agile design to it and that features high-end materials all around. This is a top quality bushcraft knife that sells for over $100 retail. For people who are serious about bushcraft and want to make certain that they have a tool that’s […]

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    ESEE Knives ESEE 5 REVIEW

    ESEE 5 Big ol’ slab of steel, anyone? Anyone? With a 11″ of 1/4″ 1095 high carbon steel sandwiched between linen micarta, the ESEE 5 is one of the most recognized and capable bushcraft knives ever made. From soup to nuts, this knife is built for any tough time you’re going to throw at it. […]

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  • Mora Bushcraft Black REVIEW

    Mora Bushcraft Black The Morakniv Bushcraft knife combines several great design ideas into one knife. It has a very agile and precise blade, a burly handle that keeps your hand safe and that offers a firm grip and a great sheath. It comes with a sensible set of accessories. Specs The Morakniv Bushcraft is a […]

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  • Benchmade Bushcrafter Sibert REVIEW

    Benchmade Bushcrafter Sibert There are many ways you could describe the Benchmade Bushcrafter Sibert, but elegant and refined, perhaps surprisingly, might come to mind first. This knife looks and, in many ways is, an incredibly well engineered tool for bushcraft. Take the best of modern knife design and technology and apply it to some of […]

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  • Bark River Bravo 1 REVIEW

    Bark River Bravo 1:  Review, Specs, and Information The Bark River Bravo 1 is a knife that tested under some of the most rugged conditions and by some of the most rugged people imaginable. The Bark River Bravo 1 is the most popular knife made by Bark River and was tested — unbeknownst to the […]

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  • Fallkniven F1 Swedish Military REVIEW

    Fallkniven F1 The Fallkniven F1 is a very well-made bushcraft knife featuring modern materials and a great quality steel. It is slightly shorter than some of the competition out there, so it may be a great choice for people with smaller hands or for people who simply don’t like too much blade when they’re trying […]

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  • Spyderco Bushcraft G10 REVIEW

    Spyderco Bushcraft G10 The Spyderco Bushcraft G10 is a very sturdy bushcraft knife that comes from one of the best-known manufacturers in the knife business. It is made out of high quality steel and has a simple, practical design that makes it ideal for bushcraft tasks. Specs Mouseover for summary of specs The Spyderco Bushcraft G10 is […]

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    Ontario Blackbird SK5 REVIEW

    Ontario Blackbird SK5 The Ontario Blackbird SK5 is a survival knife designed by Paul Scheiter and manufactured by the Ontario Knife Company. However, don’t mistake this blade for one of the survival knives popular during the late 1980s and 90s – there’s no screw-off handle end and no hollowed out interior. There’s no serrated scaling […]

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    Grohmann #4 Survival Knife REVIEW

    Grohmann #4 Survival Knife When it comes to survival knives, the Grohmann #4 might not really look like a contender, particularly if you put it up against some of the “big boys” in the sector. It’s large enough, but has an oddly curved handle, and doesn’t exactly scream “survivalist” gear. With that being said, it […]

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  • TOPS Mini Scandi Neck Knife REVIEW

    TOPS Mini Scandi Neck Knife Who says a good knife has to take up room on your belt? The TOPS Mini Scandi Neck Knife gives you all the cutting power you need in a punch in a small package that fits right around your neck. If the knife looks familiar, that’s because it is descended […]

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  • Cold Steel Survival Rescue Knife, SRK REVIEW

    By Patrick Gallagher Cold Steel SRK Versatility is the hallmark of the Cold Steel SRK. SRK stands for Survival Rescue Knife, and this blade offers the features, functionality and design necessary to adapt to any situation. With a length of more than 10 inches, you’ll find that this large knife gets you out of any […]

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  • Condor Rodan REVIEW

    Condor Rodan The Condor Rodan isn’t likely to win any beauty contests, but it’s also not likely to let you down just when you need it most. Made from high-quality steel and provided with a very durable polycarbonate handle, this knife should keep performing well for many years and hold up to most bushcraft tasks […]

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  • Mora Craftline Q Allround REVIEW

    Mora Craftline Q Allround The Mora Craftline Q Allround is actually part of a family of knives that all share a set of specific characteristics. As the name implies, these are not traditionally used as survival or camping knives, however the popularity of Mora knives as inexpensive providers of quality has made these particular models […]

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    Schrade SCHF9 Extreme Survival REVIEW

    Schrade SCHF9 Extreme Survival Since the company’s founding, Schrade has been manufacturing fine, high-quality knives in the United States. The company’s SCHF9 Extreme Survival Knife is one of their most versatile knives, and features the length, durability and reliability you need when you’re facing a survival situation. Of course, you don’t have to be a […]

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  • Gerber LMF II Survival Knife REVIEW

    Gerber LMF II Survival Knife Gerber manufactures some of the most versatile, highest quality knives in the world, so you would expect the Gerber LMF II survival knife to fit that reputation. It does so admirably. This knife was designed by Jeff Freeman, a former military serviceman, and features a host of design adaptations and […]

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    Marttiini Knives – Lynx Lumberjack REVIEW

    Marttiini Lynx Lumberjack: Review, Specs, and Information The Marttiini Lynx Lumberjack is a knife that is likely to appeal to those who want to truly take things back to basics. With a traditional sheath, a simple wooden handle and a very high quality blade, this is really what bushcraft is all about. It might not […]

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    Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate REVIEW

    Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate There are essentially three versions of the Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate:  the Ultimate (has serrations), the Ultimate Fine Edge, and the Ultimate Pro (fine edge, full tang).  You’ll see pics of all three in here, but they are different knives with significant updates with the Pro version including full tang construction […]

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  • Buck TOPS CSAR-T REVIEW

    Buck TOPS CSAR-T I’ll admit it, the Buck TOPS CSAR-T (Combat Search and Rescue Tool) is not the first knife you think of when considering the best bushcraft knife. However, given its high utility, I’ve reviewed it here for your consideration. Buck has a well-deserved reputation as one of the best knife makers in the […]

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  • Mora Companion Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife REVIEW

    Mora Companion Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife This is the quintessential modern Mora and one of the most popular fixed blade knives of all time for good reason.  This blade offers all the versatility and durability we’ve come to associate with Mora’s brand, all placed in a convenient fixed-blade format that can stack up to any […]

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