Mike & Josie’s Knives

Hey Folks, here are some of our knives we enjoy!

Mike’s

The Bush Tool by Black Feather Knives

 

The Bush Tool by Blackfeather Knives

 

 

 

Hultafors from Sweden

 

 

This was given to me  by a friend.

Hultafors Craftmans Knife HVK

 

 

PRIMITIVE KNIFE MADE BY A FRIEND

PRIMITIVE KNIFE MADE BY A FRIEND

 

 

 

 

 

BRAVO 1 BY BARK RIVER

BRAVO 1 BY BARK RIVER

 

 

 

 

 

GUNNY HUNTER BY BARK RIVER

GUNNY HUNTER BY BARK RIVER

 

 

 

 

 

ONE HANDED TREKKER BY VICTORINOX

 

 

Victorinox Swiss Army One Hand Trekker NS Pocket Knife

 

 

GRIPTILIAN BY BENCHMADE

 

 

Benchmade Knife 550HG Griptilian Pardue Plain Edge Folding Knife with Hole Opener and Black Handle”.

 

 

RAT MODEL 1

 

 

Ontario 8848 RAT Folding Knife (Black)

 

 

RAT 1

 

 

 Spyderco Tenacious, Black G-10 Handle, Black Blade, Plain

 

 

DOKKA BY HELLE

 

 

Helle Dokka Knife One Size

 

 

MILITARY BY SPYDERCO

 

 

Spyderco Military Model G-10 Black Blade Plain Edge Knife, Camo

 

 

MIKE’S ADVENTURESWORN

MIKE'S ADVENTURESWORN

 

 

 

 

 

ENZO NORDIC

ENZO NORDIC

 

 

 

 

 

FALLKNIVEN TK2

 

 

Fallkniven Knives TK2Z Tre Kronor Fixed Blade Knife with Black Thermorun Elastomer Handles

 

 

FISHING KNIFE BY BLACKIE COLLINS

FISHING KNIFE BY BLACKIE COLLINS

 

 

 

 

 

CUSTOM NECK KNIFE MADE BY A FRIEND

CUSTOM NECK KNIFE MADE BY A FRIEND

 

 

 

 

 

MORA 2.0

 

 

Morakniv Classic No 2/0 Wood Handle Utility Knife with Carbon Steel Blade, 2.9-Inch




Josie’s

Lady Bushcrafter Knife by Maplehouse Knives

Lady Bushcrafter Knife

 

 

 

Ulu

 

 

 

Alaskan Ulu Cultured Moose Antler Knife & Display Stand

 

 

MINI PUUKKO

PUUKKO

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUKKO

 

 

Kellam Knives KPR4 Carbon Steel Puukko Fixed Blade Knife with Birch Handle

 

 

BUCK FOLDER KNIFE

 

 

Buck Knives 0395CMS20 Folding Omni Hunter Knife, 10 PT, Realtree Xtra Green Camo

 

 

CUSTOM NECK KNIFE MADE BY A FRIEND

CUSTOM NECK KNIFE MADE BY A FRIEND

 

 

 

 

 

FILET KNIFE BY J. MARTTIINI - FINLAND

 

 

RapalaBirch & Salmon Collector Fillet 7 1/2

 

 

WOODSMAN JR. BUSHCRAFT KNIFE BY G.T

 BUSHCRAFT KNIFE BY G.T

 

 

 

 

 

ODEL BY HELLE

 

 

Helle Knives 15 Odel Fixed Blade Knife with Birch/Stag Handle

 

 

LIGHT MY FIRE/MORA KNIFE
Light My Fire Swedish FireKnife Fixed Blade Knife with 10 cm (3 Inch) Sandvik Stainless Steel Blade and Swedish FireSteel Fire Starter – Green

 

 

 

KA-BAR Dozier

 

 

Ka-Bar Dozier Folding Hunter Knife, Foliage Green

38 thoughts on “Mike & Josie’s Knives

  1. Hi Mike :
    I’m trying to find out what one of the knives is I’ve seen you use. It’s a huge knife and I seen you chopping limbs off trees with it. You mentioned it was a Condor somethingorother. I couldn’t understand what you said. I went to the Condor website and couldn’t find it.
    Thanks if you can tell me.
    Steve

  2. Mike,Where can we buy the maple leaf lady bushcraft knife in you tube video that you bought for Josie?

      1. I am looking for that site on FaceBook that has the Maple House Bushcraft Knives.
        Could you please repost it again, So I may get to it and see the knives???
        Thanks!!!

  3. Mike, what is the knife you use most of the time and carry sideways? Where can I get one like it with the sideways sheath?

    1. Hi Thomas, the knife that I use the most is Harding Knives – it’s a woodlore clone at http://www.ashardingknives.com and the horizontal carry sheath is from leatherworld on ebay. He will make a sheath to fit your knife. Hope this helps. Mike

  4. Wow. That is an impressive collection. The quality of the photographs are equally impressive. Congratulations on the success of the new website. Both of you do an excellent job. Take Care & God Bless.

  5. Mike,

    You did a video about the Ka-Bar USN Mark 1 a while back. I purchased one after your review and it has served me well in the bush. I was surprised it was not listed in the knife section. Something tells me you have many more than you could publish!!!!! Great job on the site, sent the link to all my friends!!!

    Tim

    1. Thanks Tim, appreciate the shout-out. I wish that was the reason of having many more knives to publish. 🙂 Sadly, that’s all I got for now. The Ka-Bar is certainly a great knife but someone needed it more than I did so it’s not in my possession anymore. Someday I will get another one for sure. I really appreciate your trust and continued support, thank you.

  6. I loved your white handled knives so I made one for myself with o1 tool steel and white Corian for the scales. You guys have been such an inspiration and have so much knowledge and experience in The Bushcraft Arts. Thank you so much and keep up the great videos

  7. Wow, that is a great collection of knifes. I really love the handle of your mini Puukko. Great website btw and thanks for sharing.

    1. Thanks Louis, appreciate you looking into it. The handle is a mixture of wood and antler, the knife is really small and I use it as my letter opener & other small cutting tasks. Thanks for commenting.

  8. GREAT START!… GOOD information and subjects…
    Excellent selection of ‘sharp and pointy’ things… and it’s nice to see someone use their selection…
    Again – ALL THE VERY BEST!
    Tony
    (AKA: MoutainManIndy)

  9. Mike and Josie…my wife and I have enjoyed watching, I think, all your videos. You’ve given me a lot of new ideas, but most of all inspired me to get my family and myself back into God’s nature and the great outdoors. Keep up the good work and keep the videos coming. We enjoy watching them.

    1. We are happy to hear that you are enjoying God’s nature once again. That makes us so happy, keep it up!

  10. Wow a lot of knives. Checking out the website. Pretty cool. Continued support. Good job guys.

  11. Some lovely knives there guys, I love the primitive knife. Do you know what the handle is made of? Thanks for a great site and resource, keep up the good work.

  12. Wow that is wide range of knifes.The web is really nice,have not look it all but getting there)I have the Hultafors,but the stainless steel(blue handle),and the one had trekker by Victorinox but could not find the plane edge,and mine is serrated edge,it’s not to bad for a second knife,great blades.Regards.

    1. Thank you for checking the knives out. My Hultafors was given to me by a friend. They are tough knives for sure! I also use the one handed trekker as a backup knife. I guess all knives are useful when needed. Thank you for your comment.

  13. Nice knives. Good taste Josie, I have also chosen the Helle Odel. A very sharp, durable and nice knife.

    1. Thank you 🙂 I just love that knife! I agree with with you. I like the that it’s lightweight and has a perfect grip for my hands.

  14. congratulations on your fantastic new site,you two.i will keep watching here as well as you tube.
    best wishes for the future.john.

  15. Great Job on the site!
    How do you find the ULU? Love to see how you put this to use.

    Thanks for all the time you put into the videos and now this site. I appreciate the knowledge you share and respect you show to your viewers. Been subbed for about 6 months now and watch the channel almost nightly (going through old videos). Thanks again.

    1. Hi Jossy, thanks for the support and for checking out the site. I just received my ULU last Christmas and I’m still getting the hang of it. It works great so far and I like the round edges how it easily cuts back and forth. I will provide a link beside where you could buy it. We will surely post some videos in the future. Thanks again.

  16. This website is a brilliant idea and these are beautiful knives, especially the custom made ones…thank you for making a website where i can get more wisdom and knowledge about bushcraft and being in the good old outdoors, God bless you.

    1. Hi Manuel, thanks for stopping by we appreciate it. Yes, what would bushcraft be without knives? Thanks again and God Bless.

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