My Bushcraft Knives!! The Good, The Bad & The Ugly! Part 4/5


My favorite bushcraft knives!! PART 5 IS COMING SOON SO STAY TUNED THANX!!!

25 Comments on "My Bushcraft Knives!! The Good, The Bad & The Ugly! Part 4/5"

  1. brutallindigo | September 16, 2010 at 8:00 pm |

    I really like this vid …for someone who has a family to take care of and not a whole lot of money you make it really easy to decide on what to choose …Thanks for the vid .

  2. The rat-3 is made with D2 steel which is a weaker grade of steel. *To those who swear that the Rat-3 is the end all be all* What are rats? They are vermin, we shield our houses from them, set traps for them, some even buy cats to hunt them down, so why would you want a cheaply made knife named after them? If Ontario knives wants $60, $70, or even $80 for a knife then it should be worth it. IMHO, I wouldn’t own one if given to me. I’d to be paid, and it wouldn’t be cheap.

  3. okey!!

  4. nice sheeth

  5. I think the length of the knife you choose for bushcraft should be based on the knives your already use to handling. So say that your use to using fixed blades that aren’t bigger then 5in, you should go with a knife that’s less then 5in long. But if your used to using knifes longer then 5in then you should chose a knife between 5-7 inches. I don’t think a ‘bush craft’ knife should be longer then 7inches. But then again, I also think you should take more then 1 knife with you into the woods.

  6. frankendoodlmcnugget | September 16, 2010 at 10:32 pm |

    where do you buy mora knives.

  7. bushcraftbartons | September 16, 2010 at 11:26 pm |

    thanx friend…

  8. love what you did with the sheath for the wolf, I got mine about a week ago and I’m defo going to do what you did!

  9. bushcraftbartons | September 17, 2010 at 12:42 am |

    AGREED 🙂

  10. I’ll have to agree with your opinion on bushcraft knife sizes. I have a kabar heavy bowie 9in blade and a marine serrated bowie. The marine bowie give great control, and i will get the usmc tactital bowie because i think i wil be better to baton with. Now, the heavy bowie will baton wood up to 7in in diameter and i value that. i like to use them both and do the smaller jobs with the smaller knife. I must say, one chop with the heavy bowie will split a 5in diameter flawlessly.
    ~Phil

  11. bushcraftbartons | September 17, 2010 at 1:24 am |

    thank you…appreciate your comment 🙂

  12. magicgibbon69 | September 17, 2010 at 2:12 am |

    P.S its Karesuando, not Karesvando but i do admit that the u in the logo does look like a v a bit, love the reviews man! 5 stars and a sub!

  13. mechwarriormoses | September 17, 2010 at 2:45 am |

    full tang is no good in winter, thats why the scandi’s go with hidden tang…

  14. Vive le Québec!!!!!!

  15. bushcraftbartons | September 17, 2010 at 3:47 am |

    thanx friend…appreciate your support!

  16. 5/5m8

  17. bushcraftbartons | September 17, 2010 at 4:57 am |

    thanx…

  18. ya rat 3 looks nice

  19. bushcraftbartons | September 17, 2010 at 6:06 am |

    You would not regret it….

  20. i like that rat 3. i like the sheeth. very nice i might pick one up one of these days.

  21. bushcraftbartons | September 17, 2010 at 6:38 am |

    EXACTLY!…Tanx for your comment

  22. NuggetsOfTruths | September 17, 2010 at 7:00 am |

    I agree 4″ max, anything bigger is just for show

  23. ive used big knives like 6-7 and i quite enjoy carveing with them i like to choke right up to the tip and carve with that, but i do understand i like a small knife and an axe

  24. bushcraftbartons | September 17, 2010 at 8:52 am |

    thanx wolfbrother…appreciate your comment….

  25. wolfbrother2501 | September 17, 2010 at 9:48 am |

    again awesome wolf knive i love the heat treated leather sheath. i totaly agree for bushcraft 4″ is perfect.

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