The Fever Crossbow from SA Sports

Indiana’s new deer hunting regs now permit crossbow hunting from October to January. In years prior, a crossbow could only be used in the December archery season unless the hunter had a handicap permit. I have been interested in bowhunting … Continue reading →

Gerber Big Rock Knife Review


I recently purchased the Gerber Big Rock Camp Knife, Model #22-01588. It is a Harsey “all purpose” design. The knife features a full tang, drop point, partially serrated 440A stainless blade and TacHide coated nylon scales. 9.4″ overall length with … Continue reading →

Gerber Ghoststrike: My New EDC

Here’s a closer look at my new every day carry knife…the Gerber Ghoststrike. I’ve been carrying the Ghoststrike for about a month and it has now replaced my trusty Gerber Basic knife which has been my main carry for the … Continue reading →

Reconditioning an Old Axe

Sometimes you get lucky at a garage sale and find a diamond-in-the-rough. That’s just what happened to us when we found an old axe head at a sale recently. We show how we brought this old gem out of retirement. … Continue reading →

Knife Review: Ka Bar Johnson Piggyback


Ka Bar Piggy Back Officially known as “KaBar / Johnson Adventure PiggyBack Neck Knife. #5599 Specs: Blade Length: 2.562″ Blade Thickness: .120″ Blade Steel: 5CR13, Hollow ground, Polished finish, Hardness 55-58C Overall Length: 6.062″ Country of Origin: China Cost: $15.00 … Continue reading →