Backwoods Skills: Tomahawk Throwing in Three Easy Steps
If something needs to be cut or chopped through, a tomahawk makes an excellent tool. Tomahawk throwing has recently become a popular pastime and sport.
The Horace Kephart Comeback: A Revival of the Famous Bushcraft Blade
Horace Kephart was a master of living on his own with minimal equipment, far from civilization, and passing on his knowledge by writing about what worked in the wilderness, what...
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Scrapyard Knives: Five Affordable Custom Knives from Virginia
Jake Kirks saw very few options in simple yet high-quality handmade knives that ordinary hard-working folks could afford, so he decided to make his own.
Fly Tying: Master the Angler’s Art of Crafting Lures for Trout
The most critical elements for any fly tying beginner are learning the knots and keeping the fly’s parts—tail, body, wings, shell, legs and hackle—in proportion and secured on the hook
Hudson Bay Camp Knife: The One Knife for the Fur-Trading Mountain Men
When we study our history and discover that the mountain men, who lived “a life wild and perilous” about as far from the road as you can get, carried only...
Backwoods Must-Have Gear for Survival Situations
Surviving on your wits alone in the backcountry may only get you so far, but consider a bevy of gear to provide a helping hand
Truck Upgrades: Why You Should Add a Tonneau Cover to Your Trusty Ride
Get the most out of your trusty ride — immediately expand your truck's security and functionality by adding a tonneau cover.
Straw Survival Kits: Being Prepared When Space Is An Issue
There are dozens of ornate and expensive diminutive survival kits designed to handle a variety of situations, but instead, consider a mini straw kit.
The Ins and Outs of Installing a Vault Door with the Hornady Snap Safe
If your house doesn’t already have a hard point that would be safer in the event of a break-in or natural disaster, a vault door may be worth considering.