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I made this knife and cardboard sheath 40-some years ago. The blade is quite usable and the sheath still does its job quite well! It doesn't work all that well for small game cleaning.

Choose the right knife for small game hunting

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You can skin and field dress squirrels, rabbits, upland game and smaller animals with many different styles of knives. Here’s how to pick one that can do the job well for you, while not breaking the budget.

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Improved Rogue River design makes stellar hunting/bushcraft knife

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The Rogue River is already an outstanding knife for bushcrafting and a variety of outdoor tasks. But this latest design makes it even better.

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L.T. Wright Large Hunter, Canadian style blade, skinning knife

The Best All-Around, Off The Shelf, Hunting Knife? L.T. Wright Large Northern Hunter

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The L.T. Wright Large Northern Hunter knife is one of the best all around deer hunting knives on the market. It’s perfect for gutting and skinning wild game with outstanding specs and Micarta handle.

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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 HERO is not designed to be a hunting knife but it worked well.

Review: L.T. Wright Knives H.E.R.O, a blade for special people

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For some of our wounded warriors, the hardest battle begins when they get home. This knife is designed to help.

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How to choose the right grind for your bushcraft/survival/preparedness knife

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The grind, or edge confirmation, of a blade will determine what jobs it does well. Here’s how to choose that best grind for your knife.

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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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The L.T. Wright Bushcrafter is an inexpensive, well-made bushcraft tool.

Best budget every day carry knife? Check out the L.T. Wright Bushcrafter

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Searching for an inexpensive, quality bush knife? Then take a look at the L.T. Wright Bushcrafter.

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L.T. Wright Patriot: Is this the everyday carry knife for you?

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Convenience is one of the most important aspects of any piece of survival gear. If the item is easy to take along, chances are it goes along. And a small knife that’s with you is much better than a heavier, more efficient knife that got left at the trailhead.

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Bushcraft knife review: We check out the L.T. Wright Genesis

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There’s a reason some knife designs become classics and never die out. The L.T. Wright Genesis is patterned on one of those knives, and I predict it is going to be very popular.

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