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Folding Hunting Knives - What Are the Highest Quality Folding Knives on the Market?


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When it comes to choosing the best hunting knives, you essentially have two to choose from: folding hunting knives and fixed blade. Each has their benefits and drawbacks, and hopefully this article will shed some light on which you should choose for your needs.

A folding knife is basically a pocket knife that comes with a blade that, hence the name, folds inside of the handle of the knife. They are much smaller than fixed blade knives, and therefore can be simply carried around in your pants, unlike the fixed blade, and therefore are much more convenience to use on the trail. At most, they get up to five inches long, although most of them are even shorter than this.

In addition, unlike fixed blade knives, they have more uses, such as the fact that you can use them to cut tree branches, ropes, and other things, and basically you can use them however you want. In fact, folding hunting knives are very popular among hunters and non hunters alike, whereas fixed blade knives are essentially only used by hunters.

Another advantage folding knives have over their fixed blade counterparts is that they usually cost quite a bit less. Generally, you can find them anywhere from one to twenty dollars, depending on the quality, but you will certainly not have to spend any more than this.

With fixed blade, you can expect to pay over one hundred dollars in many instances, so folding are much easier to carry around, as well as much easer on the wallet as well.

With all that said, why on earth would anybody buy fixed blade knives? Quite simply, while folding knives are very useful for a lot of things, one thing they are not very effective at is skinning larger animals, because they are so short.

If you attempt to skin that moose you just caught, for example, you will lose out on a lot of the meat available because the knife simply isn't long enough to get it all. In this case, a fixed blade knife is imperative. If you are only hunting smaller game, of course, you don't have to worry about this, and folding hunting knives will be all you need.

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