Your browser does not support JavaScript. Please activate this feature in order to ensure your order is properly placed. Camp & Trail Knife by Pathfinder Forge and Tool | Self Reliance Outfitters

VISIT OUR CLEARANCE SECTION FOR GREAT CLOSEOUT DEALS!

Camp & Trail (4523535237169)

Camp & Trail by Pathfinder Forge and Tool (PFT)

The knife was designed as a woodsman's tool, it's the knife your great grandfather would have carried. A frontier style blade made for a variety of camp chores and processing game. The Scandivex grind is easy to sharpen in the field, so your PFT Camp & Trail can stay at the ready.

  • 3/32" 1095 High Carbon Steel
  • Scandivex Grind
  • AOL approx 10"
  • Approx Blade Length: 5"
  • 90 degree spine

Optional sheath available here - BHBL Sheath

Made in the USA by Pathfinder Forge and Tool

Order can take up to 3 business days to process through our warehouse. During high volume time, it could be up to 6 business days. All transit times are based on once your order ships.

WITHIN UNITED STATES:

We offer the following options:

  • Standard Shipping - average transit time is 5 to 10 business days; however, most arrive in 5 to 7 business days.
  • UPS Ground - average transit 1-5 business days

OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES:

Shipping charges DO NOT INCLUDE any duties, taxes, and/or import fees impost by your country's custom and/or clearance offices.

We offer the following services to most areas:

  • UPS Standard to Canada - average transit 1 to 3 business days
  • UPS Worldwide Expedited - average transit 2 to 5 business days
  • UPS Worldwide Express - average transit 1 to 3 business days
  • FedEx International Economy - average transit 2 to 5 business days
  • FedEx International Priority - average transit 1 to 3 business days

 

Product Video

Camp & Trail

$59.95 USD

SKU:CMPTRAIL
Weight: 0.5 lb

Add to Wishlist

Product Description

Camp & Trail by Pathfinder Forge and Tool (PFT)

The knife was designed as a woodsman's tool, it's the knife your great grandfather would have carried. A frontier style blade made for a variety of camp chores and processing game. The Scandivex grind is easy to sharpen in the field, so your PFT Camp & Trail can stay at the ready.

  • 3/32" 1095 High Carbon Steel
  • Scandivex Grind
  • AOL approx 10"
  • Approx Blade Length: 5"
  • 90 degree spine

Optional sheath available here - BHBL Sheath

Made in the USA by Pathfinder Forge and Tool

Order can take up to 3 business days to process through our warehouse. During high volume time, it could be up to 6 business days. All transit times are based on once your order ships.

WITHIN UNITED STATES:

We offer the following options:

  • Standard Shipping - average transit time is 5 to 10 business days; however, most arrive in 5 to 7 business days.
  • UPS Ground - average transit 1-5 business days

OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES:

Shipping charges DO NOT INCLUDE any duties, taxes, and/or import fees impost by your country's custom and/or clearance offices.

We offer the following services to most areas:

  • UPS Standard to Canada - average transit 1 to 3 business days
  • UPS Worldwide Expedited - average transit 2 to 5 business days
  • UPS Worldwide Express - average transit 1 to 3 business days
  • FedEx International Economy - average transit 2 to 5 business days
  • FedEx International Priority - average transit 1 to 3 business days

 

Product Reviews

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
61%
(11)
11%
(2)
17%
(3)
11%
(2)
0%
(0)
K
K.N.
Big Game Beast

This blade has been used to process two Alaska Bull Moose and one Bull Caribou this months season. I really love this blade. PFT knife smiths are turning out top quality blades. Keep it up guys.

W
W.
I'll start with a Fiver

After months of trying to get one, I finally had some good timing on the website so it was still in stock. But, no sheaths were available. I ordered anyway and am happy with the knife as it arrived with no apparent shortcomings.

If anyone ended up without sheath, the Camp & Trail fits perfectly in the Bark River Bravo 1 Ambidextrous sheath.

R
R.
Well worth the $

I ordered this knife based on the suggestion of Corporal's Corner through his You Tube channel and his use of it in the videos he post. I'm going to label this knife as a production handcrafted product, by no means am I expressing negative criticism. This is only one customers opinion.
The blade, is fantastically forged. Love the "More Dirty by Design" when compared to the Scorpion and Kephart that were delivered the same day as the Camp & Trail. I did however use a fine grit of sandpaper to expose more of the "PFT" symbol on the blade. I want the badge of craftmanship to be immediately noticed by others that I may introduce this knife to. The grind is even all the way to the very tip, elegant to admire when in hand. The sharpness..... was lacking abit but that has been corrected to when cutting paper it no longer tears. The spine is very sharp as well as the underside where it meets the scales. I've wrapped #36 bankline around this area of the blade so it doesn't cut into my thumb or finger when choking tight on the knife, just a added comfort. The maple scales are perfectly evenly rounded with no protruding edges at the tang of the blade. There is a difference in length at the front of the scales where they meet the blade but this did not deter me from giving this knife 5 stars. I passed on the offered sheath and have instead order the SGO sheath. I have one for another knife so I know the Camp & Trail fits snug.
For the price, this is a GREAT knife to own.

D
D.N.
Wow

I just received it today. I have not had a chance to test it. But I did measure it. I know it says 3/32 blade thickness but its a fat 3/32. Closer to 1/8 across the spine. It came sharp and the grind looks very consistent across the length of the blade, and the blade was coated with a protective oil, and the blade was shrink-wrap to keep the oil on the blade. Box was well packed i am planning on doing testing later this week. But I have a feeling from my first impressions over the past 2 hours of looking at it, and handling it. This knife will be an excellent performer. I first got a glimpse of it on Sean Kelly (corporals corner) feels really good in the hand. I mean really good!! The only thing is that when I got the email that it was finally available. I got in such a big hurry to get it ordered that forgot to order the sheath. Ill do that tonight. I'll do a follow up review with that and I'll share my thoughts and experience with the knife. Oh one more thing delivery was quicker than expected. 2 thumbs up to the the crew of of the knife shop
David Nachbaur ( Eustis, FL.)

J
J.S.
Simply excellent!

I've had a love affair with knives for 60+ years (started when I was ~9 - 10 yrs old...). Received my Camp & Trail in the mail today, and it met ALL my requirements for a "carry-on-your-hip" sheath knife! Excellent job!


You May Also Like

Recently Viewed

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
61%
(11)
11%
(2)
17%
(3)
11%
(2)
0%
(0)
K
K.N.
Big Game Beast

This blade has been used to process two Alaska Bull Moose and one Bull Caribou this months season. I really love this blade. PFT knife smiths are turning out top quality blades. Keep it up guys.

W
W.
I'll start with a Fiver

After months of trying to get one, I finally had some good timing on the website so it was still in stock. But, no sheaths were available. I ordered anyway and am happy with the knife as it arrived with no apparent shortcomings.

If anyone ended up without sheath, the Camp & Trail fits perfectly in the Bark River Bravo 1 Ambidextrous sheath.

R
R.
Well worth the $

I ordered this knife based on the suggestion of Corporal's Corner through his You Tube channel and his use of it in the videos he post. I'm going to label this knife as a production handcrafted product, by no means am I expressing negative criticism. This is only one customers opinion.
The blade, is fantastically forged. Love the "More Dirty by Design" when compared to the Scorpion and Kephart that were delivered the same day as the Camp & Trail. I did however use a fine grit of sandpaper to expose more of the "PFT" symbol on the blade. I want the badge of craftmanship to be immediately noticed by others that I may introduce this knife to. The grind is even all the way to the very tip, elegant to admire when in hand. The sharpness..... was lacking abit but that has been corrected to when cutting paper it no longer tears. The spine is very sharp as well as the underside where it meets the scales. I've wrapped #36 bankline around this area of the blade so it doesn't cut into my thumb or finger when choking tight on the knife, just a added comfort. The maple scales are perfectly evenly rounded with no protruding edges at the tang of the blade. There is a difference in length at the front of the scales where they meet the blade but this did not deter me from giving this knife 5 stars. I passed on the offered sheath and have instead order the SGO sheath. I have one for another knife so I know the Camp & Trail fits snug.
For the price, this is a GREAT knife to own.

D
D.N.
Wow

I just received it today. I have not had a chance to test it. But I did measure it. I know it says 3/32 blade thickness but its a fat 3/32. Closer to 1/8 across the spine. It came sharp and the grind looks very consistent across the length of the blade, and the blade was coated with a protective oil, and the blade was shrink-wrap to keep the oil on the blade. Box was well packed i am planning on doing testing later this week. But I have a feeling from my first impressions over the past 2 hours of looking at it, and handling it. This knife will be an excellent performer. I first got a glimpse of it on Sean Kelly (corporals corner) feels really good in the hand. I mean really good!! The only thing is that when I got the email that it was finally available. I got in such a big hurry to get it ordered that forgot to order the sheath. Ill do that tonight. I'll do a follow up review with that and I'll share my thoughts and experience with the knife. Oh one more thing delivery was quicker than expected. 2 thumbs up to the the crew of of the knife shop
David Nachbaur ( Eustis, FL.)

J
J.S.
Simply excellent!

I've had a love affair with knives for 60+ years (started when I was ~9 - 10 yrs old...). Received my Camp & Trail in the mail today, and it met ALL my requirements for a "carry-on-your-hip" sheath knife! Excellent job!

Back to Top
x

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
61%
(11)
11%
(2)
17%
(3)
11%
(2)
0%
(0)
K
K.N.
Big Game Beast

This blade has been used to process two Alaska Bull Moose and one Bull Caribou this months season. I really love this blade. PFT knife smiths are turning out top quality blades. Keep it up guys.

W
W.
I'll start with a Fiver

After months of trying to get one, I finally had some good timing on the website so it was still in stock. But, no sheaths were available. I ordered anyway and am happy with the knife as it arrived with no apparent shortcomings.

If anyone ended up without sheath, the Camp & Trail fits perfectly in the Bark River Bravo 1 Ambidextrous sheath.

R
R.
Well worth the $

I ordered this knife based on the suggestion of Corporal's Corner through his You Tube channel and his use of it in the videos he post. I'm going to label this knife as a production handcrafted product, by no means am I expressing negative criticism. This is only one customers opinion.
The blade, is fantastically forged. Love the "More Dirty by Design" when compared to the Scorpion and Kephart that were delivered the same day as the Camp & Trail. I did however use a fine grit of sandpaper to expose more of the "PFT" symbol on the blade. I want the badge of craftmanship to be immediately noticed by others that I may introduce this knife to. The grind is even all the way to the very tip, elegant to admire when in hand. The sharpness..... was lacking abit but that has been corrected to when cutting paper it no longer tears. The spine is very sharp as well as the underside where it meets the scales. I've wrapped #36 bankline around this area of the blade so it doesn't cut into my thumb or finger when choking tight on the knife, just a added comfort. The maple scales are perfectly evenly rounded with no protruding edges at the tang of the blade. There is a difference in length at the front of the scales where they meet the blade but this did not deter me from giving this knife 5 stars. I passed on the offered sheath and have instead order the SGO sheath. I have one for another knife so I know the Camp & Trail fits snug.
For the price, this is a GREAT knife to own.

D
D.N.
Wow

I just received it today. I have not had a chance to test it. But I did measure it. I know it says 3/32 blade thickness but its a fat 3/32. Closer to 1/8 across the spine. It came sharp and the grind looks very consistent across the length of the blade, and the blade was coated with a protective oil, and the blade was shrink-wrap to keep the oil on the blade. Box was well packed i am planning on doing testing later this week. But I have a feeling from my first impressions over the past 2 hours of looking at it, and handling it. This knife will be an excellent performer. I first got a glimpse of it on Sean Kelly (corporals corner) feels really good in the hand. I mean really good!! The only thing is that when I got the email that it was finally available. I got in such a big hurry to get it ordered that forgot to order the sheath. Ill do that tonight. I'll do a follow up review with that and I'll share my thoughts and experience with the knife. Oh one more thing delivery was quicker than expected. 2 thumbs up to the the crew of of the knife shop
David Nachbaur ( Eustis, FL.)

J
J.S.
Simply excellent!

I've had a love affair with knives for 60+ years (started when I was ~9 - 10 yrs old...). Received my Camp & Trail in the mail today, and it met ALL my requirements for a "carry-on-your-hip" sheath knife! Excellent job!