If you’re looking for some quality, American-made knives for all-around field use, check out these offerings from Reiff Knives. The Bushcraft F4 Survival Knife and the F6 Leuku Survival Knife can tackle the tough chores outdoors. Here, Reuben Bolieu introduces you to Ben and Stu Shank, the driving forces behind Reiff Knives.
Traditionally, bushcraft knives have been fixed blades. Helle of Norway has taken its bushcraft philosophy and put it into a new trio of EDC folders that perform as well as they look. Meet the Nipa, Raud-Medium, and Raud-Small, all with 12C27 steel, Scandi grinds, back locks, and wood handles.
Is the Ben Orford Trapper a fixed-blade hunting knife or is it a bushcraft blade? Yes to both says wilderness survival expert Kevin Estela, who put this sturdy knife to the test on typical camp and hunting chores. Click below to see what he thinks about this versatile knife and how it can be put to best use.
Microtech, a company that’s perhaps best known for its out-the-front knives, is now an "up-and-at-‘em" company as well with its new line of coffee. Microtech recently teamed with OneNation Coffee of North Carolina to offer five coffee roast products. OneNation Coffee donates a portion of all of their proceeds to the OneNation Foundation that provides assistance to veterans, first responders, and their families.