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#5401663 - 11/05/14 08:08 PM Help with new Knife...Thanks
graybow77 Offline
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Registered: 09/15/10
Posts: 22
I am looking for a new knife for skinning deer and hogs..looking for best bang for my buck....thanks in advance


#5401680 - 11/05/14 08:16 PM Re: Help with new Knife...Thanks [Re: graybow77]
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Registered: 08/20/13
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Loc: North Texas
Outdoor edge

#5401696 - 11/05/14 08:20 PM Re: Help with new Knife...Thanks [Re: Jkd106]
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Obie Juan Kenobi

Registered: 08/04/10
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Originally Posted By: Jkd106
Outdoor edge

This in the Swing Blade for me.

#5401700 - 11/05/14 08:22 PM Re: Help with new Knife...Thanks [Re: graybow77]
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#5401707 - 11/05/14 08:24 PM Re: Help with new Knife...Thanks [Re: graybow77]
centxshooter Offline

Registered: 04/01/12
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F Dick knives are used in the industry everyday and I love my set. Great quality and holds a great edge.

#5401891 - 11/05/14 09:26 PM Re: Help with new Knife...Thanks [Re: graybow77]
foodieguy Offline

Registered: 02/07/13
Posts: 247
Loc: Austin
i just picked up a gerber vital. Replaceable blades. It's small and always sharp. Blades seem easier to change than the havalon. Have yet to actually use it yet, hopefully this weekend!
New fish, looking for advice.

#5401899 - 11/05/14 09:30 PM Re: Help with new Knife...Thanks [Re: graybow77]
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Bird Dog

Registered: 08/15/13
Posts: 418
GrayBow there are a lot of guys that make great knives on this site. Look around to see if you can find someone in your area that makes knives. I did, got one that skinned a doe this weekend and one for the wife in the kitchen. it will last a lifetime.
"I was called by the Yorkers a outlaw, and later by the english a rebel" Ethan Allen

#5401922 - 11/05/14 09:41 PM Re: Help with new Knife...Thanks [Re: graybow77]
Slow Drifter Offline

Registered: 04/09/09
Posts: 4211
Loc: Central Texas
Dexter Russel, pick your blade. The "utility" works great.
"I have no idea what WW-III will be fought with, but WW-IV will be fought with sticks and stones."

A. Einstein

#5401930 - 11/05/14 09:43 PM Re: Help with new Knife...Thanks [Re: graybow77]
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Registered: 01/25/13
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Loc: Murphy, TX Dickens county
Outdoor Edge is a low cost solution. I have a set that was 50.00 that works pretty well.

I would recommend using the search feature and looking at the custom knives offered by members here. They are worth the extra money and last you a lifetime.
Marc C. Helfrich
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#5402099 - 11/05/14 11:57 PM Re: Help with new Knife...Thanks [Re: graybow77]
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Find an old Schrade or Buck knife. up
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#5402153 - 11/06/14 04:51 AM Re: Help with new Knife...Thanks [Re: graybow77]
HighTechRedneck Offline

Registered: 08/30/04
Posts: 2231
Loc: Meridian,Tx.
Cutco! I picked up one at a boat show I was working in Dallas a couple of years ago. Cleaned 14 deer 2 pigs and 2 turkeys before I had to have it resharpened. I got the double D, looks like a serrated blade but the drop downs are actually blade protectors to keep from dulling your blade when hitting bone. I have bought and used a lot of knives in my 30 plus years of hunting and cutco is all I will ever carry again. When its time to resharpen either find a rep in your area or mail it in and they resharpen for free. Thinking about getting the regular hunting blade so I can hit it with a sharpening stick if I need to.
an old Indian word for
Poor Hunter!


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