To all you crinkling noses and furrowed eyebrows we are motived by the primal satisfaction that is given by a blade that cuts flawlessly; driven by self-defence; inspired by artistic endeavours; enthused by historical narratives and simply interested by knives’ daily uses. But more than anything we like knives and that’s the main reason why we will keep on collecting.
There are only two types of people in the woods: people who hunt, and people who hunt successfully! But what separates a hunter from a successful hunter? Do they have a better knife? Of course, bringing a world-class Arno Bernard Knife with you on a hunt will most certainly increase your chances of success, yet probably not as much (as we would like to claim). More so are certain character traits. Read More
Africa is home to some of the most well-known, loved and feared wild animals in the world and each Arno Bernard Knife takes its inspiration from one of these magnificent creatures. Our knives are world class for either collector or the avid hunter and most of our customers own more than one of our knives.
IT IS SIMPLY TRUE THAT ONE ARNO BERNARD KNIFE IS NEVER ENOUGH!
We have selected our three WINNERS for the #arnobernardknives Facebook Photo Competition. The Competition started on Wednesday, 24th January 2018, and ended on Friday, 16th February 2018, and every entrant needed to submit a photo or photos taken which included any model of an Arno Bernard Knife. The three winners were selected based on the photo entries with the most votes (or “Likes”).
HERE ARE THE THREE PRIZES THAT WERE UP FOR GRABS!
Knives are more versatile than any other tool and since almost the beginning of the world, men have been using knives for basic survival like cutting vegetation for shelter, making spears, digging up roots, dressing game, for cooking and eating, for defense and attack, and for everyday tasks from cutting rope and cutting down boxes to prying open a can and crunching a nut. We know how important a good knife is and our knives are not only magnificently beautiful but also very practical. Read More
Hunting is a specialised sport, and for that, you need special tools. Firstly, when it comes to hunting knives, bigger isn’t necessarily better. It all depends on the size of the animal you wish to hunt. A big knife is useless when dressing small game, as you can easily imagine. Someone hunting deer will have a different job for their knife compared to someone hunting rabbits. A quality hunting knife should be versatile enough to do everything the average hunter needs plus a little bit more. Read More