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Barbecue King/Butcher Hatchet #6986773
12/07/17 04:10 PM
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Because, cleavers are for sissies. banana

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Re: Barbecue King/Butcher Hatchet [Re: Bush Monkey Knives] #7157923
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First I was called a hippie....and now a sissy..... rolleyes

This sissy hippy will just stick with my cleavers.....





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Why would you not use a cleaver? Even the pros do!


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Re: Barbecue King/Butcher Hatchet [Re: Longhunter] #7158167
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Why would you not use a cleaver? Even the pros do!
I definitely see the value of having a "hatchet" when field dressing and field work.....but prefer a cleaver when finishing things up.....since I don't currently have a hatchet, this sissy hippy will stick with my cleavers......

If I go camping I'll take a hatchet and a camp knife....


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I have some cleavers I forged I'd rather use than a hatchet. Chops like a hatchet and slices where a hatchet can't. just saying


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Cleavers are superior for most, if not all food preparation tasks. My humor is dry and I rarely take things seriously unless the task at hand requires it. And, this forum does not require much.

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I have some ancient cleavers that I've picked up at estate sales. I seldom use them but will always buy another one if I see it. I think I have a hatchet somewhere but if wood has to be cut, I generally just drag out one of my small chain saws. I'm kinda lazy.


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