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Wide Open Spaces: 4 of the Best Hunting Knives for This Deer Season

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.

2016 Silver Stag Catalog
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. ..
Guns Magazine - Sharp Forest Elk Stick
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..
Field and Stream - Large Notch
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..
Outdoor Channel - Blog Post
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..