While shopping for knives, Kershaw is a popular name that you might come across. This American manufacturer has managed to acquire a great deal of popularity in the cutlery industry in recent years and has a reputation for quality products. One of its in-demand product series is the Leek. If you are looking for a knife to include in your EDC (every day carry) stuff, it could be one of…

I remember, last time the knife that I used from ‘American Lawman’ by the cold steel. Well, there is no need to mention the credibility of cold steel and how fine knife they make. I like the knife with exclusive features. Well, to be honest, I have always been a fan of fixed blade knives. I kind of think they are easy to handle and moreover, easier to use. however,…

If you are not new in this site than you already know about Ontario RAT 1. If you look at RAT one the only problem you can face is the size. RAT I is listed as larger EDC knives so if your requirement is for small knives that you may not buy that one. But after analyzing the features you will face a dilemma between your desire and your comfort.…

It has been years that I’m using knives for different purposes. I’ve tried all affordable and expensive knives from different companies. Cold steel, Benchmade, Spyderco are those brands I’ve used and reviewed for those who want something useful, not fancy and affordable of course. But there are so many people who use and collect knives as their hobby. Doesn’t matter how expensive it is, which brand it carries they won’t…

Last summer when I was preparing to go for a scientific excursion in the Grand Canyon, my wife gave me a cold steel Tanto knife. It turned out the most reliable knife tool during the event. Weighing only 4.5 ounces and its sizeable outlook, carrying this knife everywhere I was no issue. With its blade of 5.5 inches and overall length just under ten inches, the cold steel Kobun Tanto…

Every year, I take into the jungle about two times to connect with nature. Looking at the documentaries on the top channels such as National Geographic or The Human Planet, one cannot but get mesmerized by the survival skills depicted by scientists. Now, whether on a smaller scale hiking expedition or camping outdoors, the one must have tool is a survival knife. One of the top options that I have…

My Dad and I always enjoyed camping out together. We would pack our bags and head off into the mountains for almost three to four days, sometimes with the whole family, and sometimes just the two of us. Dad used this time essentially for bonding and teaching me some serious life skills. “Survival”, Dad would say, “is all about making use of both the right skills and the right tools”.…