Hunting is a different type of relaxation. Leaving the house at four or five in the morning to go sit in a tree all day with the wind chill at twenty degrees, it sounds kindly stupid but it lets you test your limits. Outdoorworld2 website carries hunting crossbows, hunting knives, camouflage clothing for the the family or hunting camouflage for you and your hunting buddies. Hunting can be a dangerous outdoor adventure, so use caution to make your hunting trip more enjoyable.

Hunting Knives

Choosing the right hunting knife can be a difficult challenge. If you choose wrong you end up with a paperweight that is more likely to be in your "junk drawer" than on your hip when you need it. The two basic knife styles: fixed blade and folding. Fixed Blade knives are just that, meaning the blade is designed permanently fixed in the open position. Due to this design, this style of knife comes with a sheath, which allows for carrying in a safe manner. Folding knives have a pivot point and lock mechanism, which allows the blade to close into the handle. These are excellent for the occasional hunter, whom may also want a knife for everyday use. Folding knives are naturally, by design, not as strong as fixed blade knives. However, they are much easier to carry in a pocket or in a small sheath on the belt. Choosing the correct hunting knife has more to do with personal preference than anything else.

Different types of hunting blades

  • Drop Point

  • This is probably the most common style used for hunting knives. You can tell a drop point knife because it has a slow convex curved drop in the point. This design makes the point very strong so you can use it to open up rib cages and the pelvis. It is also a very good all around knife that can be used for skinning and trimming right out in the field.

  • Clip Point

  • This is the perfect style of blade of the occasional hunter or someone that wants to use the knife on an every day basis and not just for hunting. This knife looks like the drop point but the point is thinner, making it easier to to do more intricate work. The clip point style blade will do everything that the drop point will do but it may just take you longer to do it with the clip point as the point is not as strong as the drop point.

  • Skinning Knife

  • For the big game hunters out there then you may want to look into acquiring a skinning knife. The skinning knife has a sweeping blade that makes it easy to peel the skin from the meat of large game. This knife can perform normal duties as well as giving the hunter the ability to field dress their big game. After you decided whether you want your blade to be of the clip point, drop point or skinning style then you will need to decide if you want your blade to have serrations on it. The serrations help do the heavier tasks such as splitting open the rib cage or pelvis. The serrations usually only take up a small part of the blade and are more utilitarian than anything. Other styles of hunting knives include the gut hook and the capping knife. The gut hook lets you open up the abdomen of your big game without the possibility of puncturing the precious internal organs. If you want the possibility of a trophy mount then you will need a capping knife. This knife has a thin blade and It lets you cut the skin around the shoulder very quickly reducing the risk of tearing the skin. The capping knife usually has an upturned point reducing the risk of perforating the skin.


    A crossbow is a modified bow and arrow system. Crossbows are deadly accurate and have a firing range longer than a traditional longbow. The crossbow has a bow attached to a stock, allowing it to remain loaded when not in use. A lever attached to the stock aides in the loading of the crossbow. When the lever is released, the arrow, or bolt, will fire. They are easier to operate and are the perfect weapon for those who do not have the strength to effectively pull the classic bow. The disadvantage of the crossbow is that it takes longer to load and six to seven arrows can be shot by a longbow in the minute it takes to load the crossbow. Cross bows are very dangerous and should be used with extreme caution.

    Understanding The Different Types of Crossbows

    • Compound Crossbow

    • The Compound Crossbow is made up of limbs that have a string attached to each end with a series of pulleys and cables that add tension to the bow. This type of bow requires the user to pull the string back with a lot of force.

    • Recursive Crossbow

    • A Recursive Crossbow is used mostly by highly experienced bow users. This type of bow is not only produces more noise then the compound bow but it also applies a tremendous amount of strain on the limbs of the bow. Improper use can damage the limbs.

    • Rifle and Pistol Crossbow

    • Rifle and Pistol Crossbows are named because they take the standard crossbow and place it on its side making this style of bow more like a rifle or pistol. For all crossbow users the Rifle crossbow allows for a far superior aim but also have many features that add to this bows effectiveness such as adjustable sights and a foot-pull. Proper operation requires a lot of strength.

      Camoflauge Clothing

      Camouflage clothing is available in T-shirts, pants, overalls, coats, jackets, caps, rain ponchos and hoods. Hunters can choose these garments in nearly any pattern they need and want, right down to their thermal underwear. Ladies, you will love my selection of camouflage clothing for women! In addition to women's camouflage pants and fatigues, I also carry a line of "Hot" shorts & tank tops, tees, skirts and bikinis. Also, check out my line of kids camouflage clothing; I carry kids T-shirts, shorts, sweatshirts and hats.

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