A Hunter Needs 8 Things – A Sharp Knife is Part of Them - HandCraft Damascus Art

Hunting may turn out to be a very exciting and exhilarating experience, but if you wish to materialize your desire to go out and get your first hunt, there are certainly important and essential stuff that you need to take care of. Being well equipped with those things such as weapons and Damascus forged hunting/skinning knife will help ensure that your hunting experience remains adventurous, exciting, and goes off without facing any obstacle. In the following blog, we will see how these things will cater to you in attempting your first successful hunt.

 

Weapon


Before you begin with your hunting adventure, you need a solid and reliable hunting weapon – possibly a branded hunting rifle. You cannot simply do hunting with a hand-forged Damascus steel camping knife. You will have to take along a weapon since you are going into the wilderness. Firearms are the most common hunting weapons, while some still prefer bow hunting. So, whether you look for a shotgun or a rifle, the next big thing is whether you know how to use it confidently and appropriately.

A wrong aim may result in unexpected loss. We highly recommend that a new hunter must undergo a firearm safety course so that he should learn how to use a shotgun or hunting rifle and fire it safely at the target. It is not advisable to bring out your hunting firearm into the hunting field until and unless you are extremely comfortable in loading and unloading a weapon. It should not be the case that you are trying to kill a lion with Damascus Serbian cleavers, only before realizing that the wild animal could only be hunted with the hunting rifle.

 

Hunter Education Certificate and a Hunting License


License to hunt varies from state to state and country to country. Some countries do not allow the hunt for endangered animals. For instance, you might now be allowed to pierce your Damascus steel skinner/ hunting knife into the body of Markhor – a mountain sheep in countries like Pakistan. Likewise, some regions put a condition for hunting with successful completion of a hunter safety course for all the hunters in order to ensure safety. Without a hunter education certificate, the hunters are not even able to obtain a hunting license.



Hunting/ Skinning Knife



When shopping for instance a Damascus steel skinner/ hunting gear, it is in your best interest to choose the highest quality handmade hunting knife that you can also afford. A good hand forged fixed blade Damascus steel camping knife could be a trusty tool for campsite activities during your hunting experience. A hunting knife should not be confused with pocket knives. Although pocket knives should be in your arsenal for doing small cutting tasks.


Anyway, you will need a sharp-edged steel blade hunting/ skinning knife that can withstand multiple hunting tasks. Its handle should be non-slippery. An 8’’ Drop Point Handmade Damascus Steel Blade with a Bull Horn Handle is an excellent example here. The size of the blade will largely depend on the type of your hunting choice. A relatively smaller blade can sufficiently chop the meat of small animals like rabbits or bustards. If you wish to hunt for a deer, then you certainly need a longer and high-performing Bowie knife.



First Aid Kit



You never know what can unexpectedly turn out during your hunting maneuver.It is important to always carry a first aid kit. Make sure it contains varying size bandages, alcohol swabs to clean wounds or cuts, and antibiotic cream to avoid infections.


Survival Kit



During hunting in the wilderness, you should be prepared to deal with anything that goes wrong. You should take along a basic survival kit that contains a compass, a pocket Damascus steel knife, a fire starter, a heating blanket, waterproof matches, a rope, some extra batteries, tablets to purify water, and emergency food supplies. Remember to store them in a waterproof bag with a secure zipper.


Hunting Apparel



Proper hunting apparel includes good boots to avoid you from experiencing an aching foot. Thick socks and liners will help you prevent colds and stings from mosquitoes. Keep an extra pair of socks for use in case one pair gets wet. Wearing base layers will keep you warm. Top them off with a thick hunting jacket. Your hunting clothes should have the necessary pockets to keep hunting tools and other accessories like hand-forged Damascus Steel camping knife, etc. Some areas make it mandatory for hunters to wear blaze orange hats and vests so that other hunters could recognize them easily.



Supply of Wet Pipes



After you make a successful kill, skinning the animal with a fixed blade Damascus steel skinning/ hunting gear could be incredibly messy. A supply of thick wet wipes will help you remove blood from your body to continue hunting. You may also use wet wipes as toilet paper.



Air Tight Zipper Bag



An air-tight bag with a zipper will help you dispose of scents and lure items for hunting after you are done using them.

Hunting may turn out to be a very exciting and exhilarating experience, but if you wish to materialize your desire to go out and get your first hunt, there are certainly important and essential stuff that you need to take care of. Being well equipped with those things such as weapons and Damascus forged hunting/skinning knife will help ensure that your hunting experience remains adventurous, exciting, and goes off without facing any obstacle. In the following blog, we will see how these things will cater to you in attempting your first successful hunt.

 

Weapon


Before you begin with your hunting adventure, you need a solid and reliable hunting weapon – possibly a branded hunting rifle. You cannot simply do hunting with a hand-forged Damascus steel camping knife. You will have to take along a weapon since you are going into the wilderness. Firearms are the most common hunting weapons, while some still prefer bow hunting. So, whether you look for a shotgun or a rifle, the next big thing is whether you know how to use it confidently and appropriately.

A wrong aim may result in unexpected loss. We highly recommend that a new hunter must undergo a firearm safety course so that he should learn how to use a shotgun or hunting rifle and fire it safely at the target. It is not advisable to bring out your hunting firearm into the hunting field until and unless you are extremely comfortable in loading and unloading a weapon. It should not be the case that you are trying to kill a lion with Damascus Serbian cleavers, only before realizing that the wild animal could only be hunted with the hunting rifle.

 

Hunter Education Certificate and a Hunting License


License to hunt varies from state to state and country to country. Some countries do not allow the hunt for endangered animals. For instance, you might now be allowed to pierce your Damascus steel skinner/ hunting knife into the body of Markhor – a mountain sheep in countries like Pakistan. Likewise, some regions put a condition for hunting with successful completion of a hunter safety course for all the hunters in order to ensure safety. Without a hunter education certificate, the hunters are not even able to obtain a hunting license.



Hunting/ Skinning Knife



When shopping for instance a Damascus steel skinner/ hunting gear, it is in your best interest to choose the highest quality handmade hunting knife that you can also afford. A good hand forged fixed blade Damascus steel camping knife could be a trusty tool for campsite activities during your hunting experience. A hunting knife should not be confused with pocket knives. Although pocket knives should be in your arsenal for doing small cutting tasks.


Anyway, you will need a sharp-edged steel blade hunting/ skinning knife that can withstand multiple hunting tasks. Its handle should be non-slippery. An 8’’ Drop Point Handmade Damascus Steel Blade with a Bull Horn Handle is an excellent example here. The size of the blade will largely depend on the type of your hunting choice. A relatively smaller blade can sufficiently chop the meat of small animals like rabbits or bustards. If you wish to hunt for a deer, then you certainly need a longer and high-performing Bowie knife.



First Aid Kit



You never know what can unexpectedly turn out during your hunting maneuver.It is important to always carry a first aid kit. Make sure it contains varying size bandages, alcohol swabs to clean wounds or cuts, and antibiotic cream to avoid infections.


Survival Kit



During hunting in the wilderness, you should be prepared to deal with anything that goes wrong. You should take along a basic survival kit that contains a compass, a pocket Damascus steel knife, a fire starter, a heating blanket, waterproof matches, a rope, some extra batteries, tablets to purify water, and emergency food supplies. Remember to store them in a waterproof bag with a secure zipper.


Hunting Apparel



Proper hunting apparel includes good boots to avoid you from experiencing an aching foot. Thick socks and liners will help you prevent colds and stings from mosquitoes. Keep an extra pair of socks for use in case one pair gets wet. Wearing base layers will keep you warm. Top them off with a thick hunting jacket. Your hunting clothes should have the necessary pockets to keep hunting tools and other accessories like hand-forged Damascus Steel camping knife, etc. Some areas make it mandatory for hunters to wear blaze orange hats and vests so that other hunters could recognize them easily.



Supply of Wet Pipes



After you make a successful kill, skinning the animal with a fixed blade Damascus steel skinning/ hunting gear could be incredibly messy. A supply of thick wet wipes will help you remove blood from your body to continue hunting. You may also use wet wipes as toilet paper.



Air Tight Zipper Bag



An air-tight bag with a zipper will help you dispose of scents and lure items for hunting after you are done using them.

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