As every hunter knows, the blade or tool you carry into the field could save your life.
At the same time, a quality tool or blade is often what turns a messy task like cleaning a animal into light, efficient work. That’s why Petersen’s Hunting did the leg work for you at the 2013 SHOT Show in Las Vegas to track down all the coolest new blades and tools for the new year.
Some—like the Gerber Downrange Tomahawk—were made with combat use in mind but carry over nicely into the hunting and outdoor world. As a hatchet/hammer/crowbar in one, the Downrange Tomahawk is made to breach any door, window or obstacle, but could also be used to prepare kindling, cut rope or fight off a charging mountain goat.
With all the latest from SHOT Show, Petersen’s Hunting brings you 10 new blades and tools for 2013.
- <h2>Benchmade 915 Triage</h2><a href="http://www.benchmade.com/products/915" target="_blank">Benchmade</a> is know for its ruggedly dependable, high quality knives. Made from premium materials and built to work, Benchmade knives are the ideal hunting and survival tool. <p> Benchmade brought the 915 Triage with them to the <a href="http://www.petersenshunting.com/shot-show-2013/" target="_blank">2013 SHOT Show</a> in Las Vegas, a folding knife with an insanely sharp cutting hook. The blades are available in multiple options (serrated or standard, coated or uncoated), and you can also get them with different handle variations. Either way, the 915 Triage is one of the most reliable knives on the market.