Fällkniven is an internationally renowned Swedish knife making company which started in 1984 and has grown to be a very technical and respected brand. Today they are producing some very high end knives and sharpening tools which are highly sought after. Here is my Fällkniven F1dz Review.Read more
This was SpyderCo’s first ever Scandinavian grind full tang knife, specially designed for a woodland bushcraft environment. It was produced in collaboration with Bushcraft UK, a “tactical bushcrafter” called Chris Claycombe and SpyderCo designersRead more
A knife dangling around your neck can first seem rather unusual but once you start using one its hard to give up the convenience offered.
Mora is no stranger to making knives and I am no stranger to using their products. The Eldris has caused such a stir online since it was announced and now I will finally get my hands on one.Read more
The Mora Garberg takes a new path for Mora with the Garberg seeming to be the truest realisation of this new direction which started with the Mora Robust Pro and continued on to products such as the Mora Bushcraft Black. These are both two very capable knives but both lacked full tangs and this is where the Garberg comes in which offers great durability and a very solid package overall.Read more
The ESEE RC6 goes hand in hand with a smaller neck knife, as on its own it’s a very large knife with certain problems related to its large 6inch size, however when used in conjunction with a smaller knife it’s a winning combination that is very hard to beat.Read more