Knife hunting is not for the faint of heart. It requires the hunter to get close and personal with the prey, which is thrilling but also can be extremely dangerous. One of the toughest prey is the wild boar. Boar are hunted using knives in America, Australia and some parts of Asia. Take this quiz to learn more about the thrills and dangers of knife hunting.
What is a serious deficiency of hunting with a knife?
must get close to prey
What kind of prey can be hunted with a knife?
What other animal can be involved in hunting for boar?
What is the oldest weapon?
When did the use of steel for the making of knives start?
Ancient Greek times
What is the thicker part of the blade that has contact with the handle?
What is the profile?
shape of the blade
tip of the blade
What balances the weight of the blade?
When was the Swiss Army Knife introduced?
What material are most knives made of today?
What weapons allow hunters some distance from their prey?
How does a boar sharpen its four tusks?
rubs on trees
rubs on rocks
How fast can boars charge?
Besides America, where else are boar hunted?
Who is the king of boar hunting using knives?
Franklin D. Roosevelt
What kind of knife is appropriate to use for boar hunting?
Swiss Army Knife
Why may there be no weight restrictions for boar hunting?
Why should you have more than one knife when boar hunting?
takes more than one hit
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