There aren't many tools more valuable and more pleasurable to use than a finely crafted knife. And today's blade manufacturers are an innovative group, constantly introducing new designs, utilizing new steels, even fitting blades with handles made from space-age materials. The variety of available knives is tremendous, but choosing the right blade for the right job can be a real challenge -- unless you have the No. 1 production knife resource in your hands, 2004 Sporting Knives. Brought to you by the publisher of the Gun Digest and Knives annuals, Sporting Knives is the only book that focuses on the factory and semi-production knives that matter to hunters, fishermen, law enforcement and military personnel and anyone else whose vocation or avocation relies on the performance of a quality blade. This all-new edition features articles from today's top knife writers detailing the latest innovations for all types of sporting knives -- folders, fixed blades, multi-tools, even swords. From steel to sheaths, you'll get expert analysis on which knives make the grade for serious use. And thanks to the fully updated, illustrated catalog, choosing a new blade is a breeze. More than 60 top manufacturers and hundreds of their current knives are profiled. Contact information, including internet and e-mail addresses, is included.
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 10.96(h) x 0.53(d)|