What kind of knife do you have?

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DeerCamp
 
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What kind of knife do you have?

Postby DeerCamp » Thu Nov 06, 2008 12:42 pm

I have a Buck Knife.. I might get a new one this year just for looks.. I really like the look to the Rapid River Knifes.

The knife I wanna get from them is the Skinner Knife listed right here.
http://www.rapidriverknifeworks.com/products/skinner.php
"If I pull the hammer and shoot this young buck, he's dead. But if I pass on him, the next hunter might not shoot so straight."

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RE: What kind of knife do you have?

Postby JOEL » Thu Nov 06, 2008 2:05 pm

my regular carry is the classic buck110 for deer chores i use a 3 piece combo from from mossberg got a gut hook,a smaller knife perfect for the dirty work and a t handle saw with a turn on the bottom to prevent cutting into the bladder when splitting the pelvis
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RE: What kind of knife do you have?

Postby hunter480 » Thu Nov 06, 2008 6:15 pm

I`m a knife junkie. I have multiple Gerber`s, Browning`s lying around. I have the Outdoor Edge White-Tail skinner, I have a beautiful Cabela`s Alaskan Guide that Buck made with the guthook. Probably my very favorite knife though, is a Cutco, hunter orange handle knife that is without a doubt, the sharpest blade I`ve ever used. It made field dressing so easy due to the sharpness, it was almost crazy. You have to be so careful handling this knife it`s a chore remembering to slow down doing the gutting. It will cut you to the bone.

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RE: What kind of knife do you have?

Postby schlupis » Fri Nov 07, 2008 1:55 am

I have a fixed blade Gerber with the gut hook very sharp the best knife I have ever used.

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RE: What kind of knife do you have?

Postby mndeerslayer » Fri Nov 07, 2008 9:37 am

I USE MOSTLY GERBER BUT ALSO OWN BUCK , OLD TIMERS KNIFES
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RE: What kind of knife do you have?

Postby 8uck5nort » Fri Nov 07, 2008 10:09 am

Buck, Gerber, and I got a Winchester two piece set for Xmass last year that I am actually very pleased with.
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RE: What kind of knife do you have?

Postby hansonca » Fri Nov 07, 2008 12:40 pm

I have a Winchestor fixed blade with a gut hook and it works great.

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RE: What kind of knife do you have?

Postby FFKEVIN » Tue Nov 11, 2008 3:17 am

Gerber Gator - Fixed Blade, Fine Edge, Gut Hook
 
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RE: What kind of knife do you have?

Postby VAHunter » Tue Nov 11, 2008 4:12 am

Cutco Clip Point Outdoor Knife - hands down the best and sharpest knife i have ever used.  and to top it off, at the end of the season, i simply mail my knife back to Cutco and they sharpen it at no cost and send it back to me.  i recommend picking up a used one on ebay, and immediately mailing it to Cutco for sharpening once you receive it....save a lot of money that way.
 
not to get too graphic, but with the Cutco's double-d edge you can cut through a deer's breast plate with one easy pull...makes field dressing much easier.

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RE: What kind of knife do you have?

Postby ranwin33 » Tue Nov 11, 2008 6:09 am

Trekker fixed blade skinner I bought at Cabela's for $14.  Done me well for the past six seasons.
 
 


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