One of the things that you'll be using a lot if you're a hunter is your hunting knife. A hunting knife is an essential tool for any hunter, and some thought should go into exactly what you will be buying. 

Of course, most sharp knives will do the job, however, getting the right knife means that you'll be using the exact right tool to get the job done exactly right. You can get more information about case folding hunting knives via

 A fixed blade is generally stronger than a regular blade. This allows the metal of the blade to be incorporated into the handle, creating a solid and sturdy blade that won't crack even with the most severe use.

There are, however, also some disadvantages to a fixed blade knife. Obviously, with a fixed blade, the knife cannot be folded together, and therefore is longer and more difficult to carry. A folding blade knife will be roughly half the length of the fixed blade, and this means it's much easier to carry in a pocket, for example.

A fixed blade is more commonly carried on your belt, in a sheath. And of course, you will need to buy a sheath for your knife, which adds to the cost somewhat.

And most good folding knives have a lock, and you need to operate the lock. If you use your knife without it being properly locked there is a risk it will close on your fingers.

However a quality pocket knife still makes a very good knife, and it's small, unobtrusive, and easy to slip into a pocket. There is no risk from a sharp edge as the edge is folded away into the handle, and in some cases, you can even choose from two different blades.