Leveraging the legendary toughness and performance of the Bark River Bravo 1 the Field Knife version of this classic takes the camping, hunting or bushcraft knife to the next level! 100% American made and built tough enough to withstand a tornado of flying anvils, the Bravo 1 Field Knife makes easy work of any field knife chore.
Backed by Bark River's famous lifetime warranty this tool is an investment in quality, craftsmanship and art when choosing one of many fancy handle materials utilized. Beauty and brawn combine in this rampless version of the Bravo.
When we designed this knife and had Bark River Knives manufacture it we wanted the durability, balance and geometry of the Bravo 1 but in a non-combat, non-tactical version. Removing the thumbramp not only accomplishes this we feel it adds to the aesthetics and usability in field conditions. Adding traction groves right out from the handle allows the user to choke up on the knife a bit and still have a great grip on the knife. If there's a better knife for extreme use in the bush or field we haven't found it!
Great knife. Great company. DLT is great to do business with.
Darius S. ★★★★★
This knife is a perfect size. Came sharp, though it had a micro bevel. About 45 minutes on 5 stones to get rid of it and give it a mirror finish. Now it cuts through wood like butter. Very comfortable to use. Good weight. Overall highly recommended.
Bernard E. ★★★★★
All of my fixed blade knives have been around the $75-$125 range. I was always pleased with them, but always felt they could be a little better. I decided to step up to the Bark River knives, and WOW what a difference $75 or so makes. These knives are night and day compared to my other knives. The quality, fit and finish don't compare. They are so nice I almost don't want to use them! You can not go wrong with the Bravo 1.
Ronald C. ★★
I received this knife in a timely manner, and the material was top notch. The finish left something to be desired. This is my second Bark River. On both knives the scales did not properly fit. The tang and scales were not flush. The mosaic pins weren't properly sanded to the scales. I know BR will take care of it, but when I pay over $200 for a knife I shouldn't have to send it back for them to finish what they should have done in the first place. I fixed it myself. Both the Bravo and the Aurora are fantastic knives, but they are my last Bark Rivers.
Zhu J. ★★★★★
very good knife,very very sharp.i like bark river knifes, i buy it used to survival knife.