One of the tools hunters depend upon most. Each year, the industry’s top knife and multi-tool manufacturers sharpen their skills and refine their craft to put the most advanced technology into your hand. How you use the knife in the field will not have changed, but the vast array of options to chose from has.
Whether we’re talking about ATVs, blenders or baseball bats, the common denominator is that lighter materials, stronger metals and user-specialized designs are at the forefront of today’s engineering. Hunting knives and multi-tools—the simplest of mechanical devices—have not escaped the movement.
Festive frills and decorations aside, the tool you’ll have for years to come will be the one that proves itself reliable time and time again. The engineers behind these models designed them with exactly that in mind.
After a decade of use in the field will, these tools will in all likelihood remain as cutting edge as ever. Check out what these new options for 2014 bring to the hunt:
<h2>Buck | 110 Folding Hunter Knife 50th Anniversary Edition</h2>50 years after its inception, this piece of American history is still renowned as the quintessential tool of the trade. The original folding lockback knife, every <a href="http://www.buckknives.com/product/110-folding-hunter-50th-anniversary-edition/0110FAM01/" target="_blank">Model 110</a> produced this year will tout a special 50th Anniversary stamp on the blade and medallion on the handle. <p></p> Its world-famous features remain unchanged: Macassar Ebony Dymonwood handle, brass holsters and the ergonomic clip point blade designed specifically for cleaning large game and easy resharpening. It's no surprise that the Model 110 has become a sportsman's heirloom of choice when passing on the hunting tradition from one generation to the next. <p></p> Durable but elegant, weighty but wieldy, this is the year to add the Model 110 to your collection if you haven't already. <p></p> <strong>Blade Length:</strong> 3.75 inches <br /> <strong>Blade Design:</strong> Clip point <br /> <strong>Blade Material:</strong> 420HC Steel, Rockwell hardness of Rc 58 <br /> <strong>Handle Material:</strong> Macassar Ebony Dymonwood <br /> <strong>Sheath:</strong> Black leather <br /> <strong>Weight:</strong> 7.2 ounces <p></p> <strong>Price: $</strong>73