Category: Fixed Blade

Fred Perrin LaGriffe, Michael Janich’s review and many more sharp objects.

PROLOGUE: So where do we begin? It must be twenty years . . . Long story short, it was the beginning of forums on the Internet. When someone in the tactical new world order of the 90’s named Ernest Emerson was promoting his Tiger…

Blast From The Past: Spyderco Moran versus Fred Perrin

  Here is another archive from the stainless steel Delorean which can warp twenty years ago and back ! The Spyderco Moran was the first fixed blade and the first VG10 knife ever. So here it is without filters or editing:     THE…

Schrade 152 Serie Sharpfinger — Fred Perrin & Nemo’s old review.

Twenty years ago they were no digital caméra and I used my video caméra and extract one frame. Hey, this is Fred, in 1998 and this is a review kept in JD archives when it was first displayed on Geocities, a true blast of…

Spyderco Lil’Nilakka – My Romantic Gentleman Puukko.

When I consider a new knife, I like to choose it in such a way that it conveys values that appeal to me; in synch with my mood with what I recognize as exemplifying a tradition, a nation; when craft turns into art. I…

Casstrom No.10 Swedish Forest knife — My Woodlore Alternative.

The title could have been the “Poor Man Woodlore” but it would have not reflect the quality of this N°10 SFK Bushcraft knife. For twenty years now I have follow with interest the long walk of Ray Mears in the wood. Producing an elegant…

Spyderco FB33GP Gayle Bradley Pocket Bowie !

This is Gayle Bradley first Fixed Blade collaboration with Spyderco. A “unique blend of expert design and state-of-the-art metallurgy”… But is it a real Bowie ? A true Bowie is “the most effective fighting and survival knife ever made.” Just to quote Bill Bagwell…

SPYDERCO SPRIG FB37GGR — Phil Wilson Bird & Trout Companion.

Bird & Trout knives are small thin fixed blades, lightweight sharp knives able to process a bird or a trout. Those knives got of course no chopping purposes and no bushcrafting purposes but we have found the Sprig by Phil Wilson to be a…

Bushcrafters and Whittling: when the true Scandi grinds stand their ground.

As I have found, a Scandi grind blade is not the easiest to be honed to your desire especially with modern powder metallurgy steels but once obtained it is a pleasure for the whittler. With that in mind I have bought two Mora Knives:…

Tuscan Raiders #4 – Geometries, Gayle Spyderco Gayle Bradley Junction and whittling.

It has all started when I wanted to review the Spyderco Gayle Bradley Junction. It’s a great design for an EDC fixed blade which can be used for everything. Easy to carry in its pancake constructed bolteron sheath. But the edge was just too…

Spyderco Bushcraft UK – The bold and the beautiful

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