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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

If you are looking for and incredible investment (these have been going for $250-$350 on Ebay) then look no further than Buck Kalinga Pro Rosewood Folder.  This legendary folding hunting knife has long been a Buck favorite.  We have uncovered a hidden batch of these that are the last in existence!  A better investment may not exist in the knife market.  Al Buck's favorite knife the Kalinga exudes style, class and function.  Simply beautiful with rosewood and brass this blade cuts like nobody's business with CPM S30V super stainless steel (Buck claims up to 30 deer can be skinned before resharpening!)  Buy more than one for a great gift and and even better investment.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Bark River Gunny Hunter

Finally!  Finally, the much anticipated Bark River Gunny Hunter has arrived.  This knife conceptualized by DLT's owner Jason Thoune and designed to perfection by BRKT's Mike Stewart could be the best hunting knife on the planet.  Initial reaction to this knife has been extremely positive and it appears DLT & BRKT has once again hit it out of the park.

Sleek looking yet built like a tank the Bark River Gunny Hunter is razor sharp and extremely tough with a convex edge and premium CPM 3V tool steel construction.  A full tang ensure a durable knife in all applications.  Proudly made in the USA and comes complete with a leather belt carry sheath.

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Bark River Ultra Lite Bushcrafter First Glance Review

The all-new, completely re-designed Bark River Ultra Lite Bushcrafter might possibly be the best "new" model knife Bark River produced in 2012. Unbelievably light weight and nimble, the use of CPM 3V steel allows the blade to be much thinner than most BRKT models yet retain substantial strength due to this super steels fantastic toughness. Much different than the old version Ultra Lite Bushcrafter and the full sized bushie this knife supplants the Liten Bror as our favorite smaller bushcrafting knife. More blade height and reduced weight make the ULB a better choice in our opinion and make this knife a surefire winner for any camper or bushcrafting enthusiast. Need to field dress a deer? This Bark River is razor sharp and has fantastic edge holding so of course it will do that very well too.

Friday, July 13, 2012

After being out of stock for over 6 months waiting on the most recent production we are proud to announce that the Bark River STS-5 is finally coming back into stock. We think that once you buy one of the Bark River STS-5 you will see what all the love for this knife is about. Built as tough as nails of premium 154CM steel this knife will handle anything that comes its way!

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Bark River DLT Bushcrafter

Having finally had the chance to test the Bark River DLT Bushcrafter all we can say is "wow"! Mike and crew knocked this one out of the park. When DLT Trading commissioned Bark River to build this model we had an idea to build the best bushcraft knife on the market regardless of cost, time to build, or other considerations.

Team BRKT delivered with flying colors and the end product has exceeded our expectations. By utilizing a convex Scandi grind the Bushcrafter has better edge retention and toughness than traditional Scandi grind knives. The edge geometry allows for cutting and chopping North American hardwoods with ease. Traditional Scandinavian knives were designed to cut and chop primarily conifers and birch both of which are much easier to work than the hardwoods here in the US. As such, the traditional Scandi grind worked extremely well and provided a razor sharp edge for outdoor tasks. The improved convex Scandi takes the best of both edges and provides a superior outdoor knife.

By utilized CPM 3V, a super steel, hardness can be taken to 60 HRC with a thickness of only .145" and still have super toughness traditionally only found in softer, thicker edges. This knife will chop, slice, baton, cut, skin, or any other task you might try with it. Knife enthusiasts love variety and who would only want one knife for the outdoors? Not this writer.

If I could only choose one fixed blade to take with me into the outdoors the Bark River DLT Bushcrafter would be a great place to start.

Friday, December 30, 2011

Bark River Little Caper

The Bark River Little Caper is a knife that popped up on the production schedule without a lot of fan fare. Personally, I am not generally a huge fan of trailing points but I will say this: this knife rocks!

Making a fantastic knife for caping or fine detail work the Little Caper also would make an excellent EDC knife. Like all Bark River knives the LC is convex ground to razor edge and is made of durable A2 tool steel heat treated to perfection by master knifemaker, Mike Stewart.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Bark River Bravo 1

Brand new for August 2011, the Bark River Bravo 11 now comes with a leather sheath standard! The deluxe sheath is American made by Sharpshooter in Escanaba, Michigan and is as good as any on the market.

Team this new leather sheath with the legendary Bark River Bravo 1 and you have one of the best tactical / field / utility knives you can buy at any price. Covered by a lifetime warranty and a 30 day money back guarantee you can't go wrong with a Bravo 1. Used by folks that know their lives depend on them, these Bark River knives have become a legend in the cutlery industry.