Ready for the gift giving season? Not without checking out these knives, you aren’t.
When in doubt, get a new knife.
That’s some advice we could all use, except for those of us who already live by it (oh, that’s most of you? Alright then!). Adding to you knife collection never really gets old.
Take these seven picks and browse from there; you’ll at least have a better idea of what’s available.
7. Browning Blackout Folding Knife
A razor-sharp 3.75″ titanium-coated blade folds nicely into the machined G-10 handle for a great looking and better performing everyday knife, dubbed the Blackout.
6. PUMA SGB Framelock XP Folding Knife
PUMA’s SGB Framelock XP is a folding knife with attitude. The stainless steel drop-point blade is 2.5″ and though it’s small, it’s perfect for a glove compartment or pocket stash.
5. Browning Workhorse Folding Knife
The Workhorse lives up to the name, trust us. Browning’s intelligently designed blade comes with a dual-position pocket clip and a rugged stainless steel blade.
4. Old Timer Scrimshaw Fixed Blade Knife with Saw and Guthook
Get three in one with this useful Old Timer Scrimshaw. The gut hook, saw, and blade are tucked inside synthetic long-lasting Delrin handles for max grip.
3. Browning Desert Tan Folding Knife
Browning’s Desert Tan Folder comes designed by the legendary Russ Kommer, and has a handy cut out in the blade for easy opening.
2. PUMA SGB Elk Hunter Fixed Blade Knife
1. Uncle Henry Camel Bone Bowie Knife
The Uncle Henry Camel Bone Bowie is a knife to be reckoned with. 11 1/4″ in overall length, the large and in charge blade is ready to provide faithful performance solving wilderness cutting tasks.
No matter what sort of knife you’re in need of, whether you’re gifting it to an outdoorsman friend, or adding it to your own wish list, you’ll be able to sort through some of the static with these choices.