This review from Backwoods Biker covers the Sidekick Pro 6" knife.
The 2018 Gun of the Year Set: Kimber Custom II .45 ACP and Silver Stag Knife with Display Case
The 2018 Friends of NRA Gun of the Year Set brings together two perfectly paired pieces in a custom display case designed to showcase the made-in-the-USA Kimber Custom II "Defending Freedom" 1911 and the Silver Stag 1911 Sidekick Fighter knife with matching grips and Friends of NRA embellishment. The full-size 1911 features custom engraving of the NRA logo and "2018 Gun of the Year" and "Defending Freedom" text, along with NRA serialization, complementing Friends of NRA logo engravings on both..
"Never Forget" Freedom Knife
The individual and collective acts of colossal heroism displayed by American men and women during the hours and days following the attacks on September 11, 2001, are impossible to quantify. From the first-responders who charged into the smoldering towers time after time, to the passengers of Flight 93, we witnessed countless acts of courage and selflessness in the face of pure evil. Featuring a piece of steel from the World Trade Center, this piece of art created by Silver Stag commemorates the indescribable acts and sacrifices witnessed on that fateful day...
Made from D2 steel, this knife is perfect for skinning and boning out your deer this season. The team at Silver Stag is serious about making knives that look just as amazing as they function. Trust me when I say that these things are razor sharp.
Combined with one of Silver Stag’s fantastic leather sheaths, this knife will be good to clean all the deer you want this season. Super sharp and outstanding quality.
Once in a great while, a knife comes along that epitomizes the best of the craft. That knife is here now – the NRA Cascade Fixed Blade – a truly functional piece of art that you will be proud to own, use, display and pass on to the next Second Amendment supporting generation. It’s designed and hand crafted exclusively for the NRAstore by Silver Stag Knives.
Take a look at the 2016, Silver Stag Catalog. You can view the digital version here, Or click the product below to have a printed copy sent to you.
by Pat Covert
There are great things to be said for state-of-the-art exotic steels and synthetic handles—but for some knife users only the classic, down-to-earth feel of stag and a time proven basic steel will do, thank you! Long before there was a formal Bushcraft movement (see our article on the genre elsewhere in this issue) there were knives like the Silver Stag Sharp Forest Elk Stick featured here.
Silver Stag Knives of Blaine, Washington, specializes in such cockle-warming earthiness. As the name implies, antler stag handle knives are their focus and they do them in a staggering nu..
We were pleased to recieve the 2016 NRA knife of the year! These knives can only be purchased at NRA banquets.
You can view the Friends of NRA 2016 Merchandise Package here
We have the great pleasure of creating knives for Ruger!
by David E. Petzal
For centuries, the Roman Army issued its Legionaries a dagger called a pugio, which was highly useful for stabbing people but not much else. That’s why the rusted-out remains of folding knives have been found in Roman Army camps that have not heard the tread of hobnailed sandals for two millennia. A good-sized folding knife takes care of the everything else. While at the SHOT Show I came across a pair of full-sized folders that are as unlike each other as it is possible to be, yet both are terrific in their own way.
I wrote about the Silver Stag Large Notch Folder in a..
This year we had the pleasure of recieving the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Knife of the Year for 2016.
by Lars Dalseide, NRAblog.com
Las Vegas, Nevada - Fourteen years ago, on the shores of Semiahmoo Bay, Brad Smith was tired of daily grind. Employed by a major sunglass manufacturer, the days had grown long and the work unrewarding. He needed a change. Reaching back into family history, to the skills and lessons passed on years ago by his grandfather, he left the workplace to pursue what was then a hobby — knife-making. A decision that spurred the creation of Silver Stag Knives. "I was tired of working for somebody else and started making knives out of my garage," said Smith. "They were pret..