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Gear for Deer #8031715 10/31/20 07:12 PM
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Thought I would mention a couple of products I purchased last year, that have been very helpful. The first one is a Outdoor Edge Razor Lite hunting knife. It has replaceable blades, that are very sharp. It worked great for quartering in the field, not styled for processing. The second is a Braun folding LED (rechargeable) work light, that I got at Harbor Freight. I picked up the light to use when dealing with game at night, however, it is a great work light and I keep it in my vehicle. I am not a gear freak. Both of these items are under $40.00 and worked well for me.

Re: Gear for Deer [Re: Brother Phil] #8031811 10/31/20 08:44 PM
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Great topic heading.


"Some people will never like you because your spirit irritates their demons."
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Thanks for sharing. Im going to look up that light.

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