Monday Morning reading list (Open thread 2/5/18)

Old knife ads are cool aren’t they? Good morning everyone.  I have a ton of links piled up, which I want to clear before getting back to work on a few original pieces. So let’s get to it.   RELECTIONS ON THE BAYONET: “We were now four hundred yards from the foot of Cemetery Hill, […]

Nature’s Knives part 3: Spotted Hyena

When I was a kid, I sometimes overheard older guys talk about cars. Most of those conversations went in one ear and out the other. I mean they are all cars right? I did notice some differences like size, color, 2-door vs. 4-door etc. but I did not really care. When people look at a […]

Some video tributes to the Puukko

The Finnish Puukko is one of the more versatile and recognizable regional knife styles in the world. It is equally well suited to woodcraft and game processing, and has been a fixture on the hips of Finnish soldiers, partisans, and civilians for decades. For those looking to learn more about this iconic knife style, we […]