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Reviews of Bark River Knives, made in Escanoba, Michigan.

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Review: Bark River Puukko combines proven design with modern materials

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One of the most useful knife patterns is the tradional Scandinavian fixed blade. The reason is simple – it flat-out works. This latest puukko interpretation by Bark River combines modern materials with a proven design.

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Bark River Bravo 1 3v – Possibly the Perfect Hard Use Knife

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How many times have we heard “What knife would you pick for…” (fill in the occasion)?
Most of us can only base our opinions on a few knives. Jason Thoune has access to literally thousands of knives in all shapes, sizes, steels, handles and grinds. Here is the knife he chooses.

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Review: Gunny Hunter LT sets new standard for user knives

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Just when you think something can’t be improved upon, it happens. That is the case with the new Bark River Gunny LT. About all I can add is “WOW”!

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Best every day carry knife? We field test the Bark River North Country EDC

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Size matters, particularly when it comes to user knives. This North Country EDC is a compact, hardworking knife that might easily find a place in your every day carry tools.

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Review: Bark River Edwin Forrest Bowie knife shows classic utility, design

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Bowie knives have always been the rage on the American frontier, ever since the 1830s. Today’s Bowies are better than ever and the traditional, proven design, combined with old-time craftsmanship and modern materials creates a new classic.

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Bark River Donnybrook: An EDC knife that can also be a fighter

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Bark River’s Donnybrook every day carry knife could prove very useful as a defense weapon or a working tool. But the strongpoint might be how handy the knife is to carry.

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Review: Bark River Camp and Trail good all around knife choice

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The Bark River Camp and Trail knife is a workhorse. It is solid and well designed and worth considering for a camp or utility knife that can do just about anything.

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Video Bowie review: Bark River V-44 combines historical accuracy with new materials

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The Bark River V-44 Bowie combines modern materials with a time-tested design.

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Hatchet or saw: Choose the best portable survival kit woodcutting tool

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Should you carry a hatchet or a saw? It depends. When choosing any tool for wilderness or urban survival, anticipate where you might be when you may need the tool, and what tasks it will need to perform.

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Field test | How do these hunting knives perform as meat cutters?

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To test a hunting knife for its intended purposes, you must do some meat cutting and processing. I took several to a butcher shop to do some hands-on testing.

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