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

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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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Bark River Snowy River, best hunting knife

Best hunting knife? Bark River Snowy River update shows knife can hack it

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The Bark River Snowy River has proven to be a stellar performer as a hunting knife.

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Bravo 1.25 LT Custom Modified – Could this be the ultimate hunting knife?

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Bark River had a HUGE challenge by me to improve on their most popular “Bravo LT” model. But, with a request to modify the blade, you won’t believe the results. It may just be the best hunting knife ever.

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Bark River Saex

Bark River Seax: Ancient design + modern materials = high performance knife

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There’s a reason this knife is a classic. It flat-out works. It’s a blade design that has withstood the test of time. It’s my do-it-all knife.

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The L.T. Wright Next Gen worked really well to process 80 pounds of chicken at a company picnic.

Check out these ten top everyday carry knives

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What are the best choices for that knife you’ll carry every day and use for everything?

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The Bravo/Gunny, bottom, takes some of its design from the Gunny

Check out my new ultimate EDC knife: Bark River Gunny/Bravo

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Sometimes, a couple small tweaks can change something from almost perfect to WOW!

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The Bark River Trakker Companion is designed for the smaller bushcrafting tasks.

Another look at the Bark River Trakker Companion

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One size doesn’t fit all when it comes to knives.

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The Ambush Tundra has a great blade/handle combination for a hunting knife.

Check out these 12 top knives for deer hunting

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Here are some blades worth checking out.

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The Bark River Mountain Man re-creates a classic knife design from the fur trade era.

Video review: Bark River Mountain Man knife – a classic design with modern materials

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Looking for an all-around belt knife that is also a workhorse? Check out this classic pattern made with the latest materials.

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Best EDC knife? We review the Bark River Gunny Vortex (video)

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I didn’t need another Bark River Gunny. But I couldn’t pass up this latest addition to the Gunny line.

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