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

Best survival knife? Bark River Fox River survival/hunting knife review

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Everybody should have a good survival/hunting knife. The Fox River, made by Bark River knives, might be a good choice for you.

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Review: Bark River Little Creek II

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Bark River’s Little Creek II is one of those knives you didn’t know you needed until you started using it.  

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Get a useful, historic survival knife | The mountain man’s Russell Green River

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Looking for some inexpensive, quality meat cutting knives? Check out this mountain man do-it-all utility knife “Green River”. Here’s a look at those knife patterns, and how they shape up today.

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These knives are carried by the elk hunters I hunt with. The designs and style reflect a variety of opinions on the subject of the best hunting knife!

Ten things to look for in a survival/bushcraft knife

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Everyone has different ideas about what they need in a survival/bushcraft/hunting knife. Here’s my top ten items to consider before buying one.

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Bark River Aurora bushcraft knife

Best bushcraft knife? I like the Bark River Aurora

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If you’re searching for a survival and/or bushcraft knife, here’s some things to look for. I checked out the Bark River Aurora in 2014, and I am still impressed.

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Review: Bark River Mini Gunny – Your Grail knife may be here!

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The Bark River Gunny series of knives is one of my all-time favorite cutlery designs. The new Mini Gunny may end up being your favorite.

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Bark River Bird and Trout Knife has great design, many uses

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For small game and fishing, you need a light, handy knife for gutting and field dressing. That’s what the Bark River Bird and Trout Knife was designed for.

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It's a beefed up, Scandinavian style knife. If you like Mora-style knives, you'll probably love the Bark River Liten Bror.

Check out this video review of the Bark River Liten Bror

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It’s a beefed up, Scandinavian style knife. If you like Mora-style knives, you’ll probably love the Bark River Liten Bror.

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The Bark River Bushcrafter is a medium size, do-it-all bushcraft knife.

The best bushcraft knife? We review the Bark River Bushcrafter

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When it comes to bushcraft/survival knives, how much is enough? Here’s an offering from Bark River Knives that might be just what you need.

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Review: Bark River Cub EDC

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If you’re in the market for a solid knife that  can handle hard use, the Bark River Cub EDC might be what you’re looking for. The knife has a proven, classic design, with features that will endear it to most outdoorspeople. I like the EDC very much, and I’m guessing you would too.

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