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Cutco knives #8298562 06/18/21 07:01 PM
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Has anyone heard of this company? Are their knives any good? Lifetime warranty and American made.
My niece is selling them as a part-time job. Naturally my wife bought one.

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Knife gurus are probably going to know much better for the price and pick them apart, but all I know is I have both styles of hunting knife that were given to me as gifts. For the last 8 years they have been my number one go to knifes for carrying on hunts, dressing and butchering game.

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Originally Posted by Sniper John
Knife gurus are probably going to know much better for the price and pick them apart, but all I know is I have both styles of hunting knife that were given to me as gifts. For the last 8 years they have been my number one go to knifes for carrying on hunts, dressing and butchering game.

Which one do you like best the double D or straight?

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I have several of their kitchen knives and will be adding more. They're good.


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If anyone is interested in buying any type of knives would you pm me, I would like to help my niece out to make some extra money.

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Heard of them, never had one.

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We’ve had em for years growing up. They good in my appraisal

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Never heard of them so looked them up. For their folding knives they are quite pricey for the cheap materials and half made in Asia (99% chance that means china).

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Never heard of them so looked them up. For their folding knives they are quite pricey for the cheap materials and half made in Asia (99% chance that means china).


They are made in New York.

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Knife gurus are probably going to know much better for the price and pick them apart, but all I know is I have both styles of hunting knife that were given to me as gifts. For the last 8 years they have been my number one go to knifes for carrying on hunts, dressing and butchering game.

Which one do you like best the double D or straight?


I like both for different purposes. The big hunting knife with the double D was the first knife I was able to skin and cut up a big gator without stopping to sharpen or to swap knifes. And I have skinned more than a few gators. For smaller game I prefer the straight edge.

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Originally Posted by Sniper John
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Never heard of them so looked them up. For their folding knives they are quite pricey for the cheap materials and half made in Asia (99% chance that means china).


They are made in New York.


Parts are made in Asia. Says so right on the webpage for the folding knives

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$100 for a plastic handled 440 knife sold in a pyramid scheme format. There are tons of better options

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I have some older ones, they are okay.


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i have had a serrated blade for 15 plus years that has cut up 4 caribou 1 moose and now lives on my boat and has cut he filets of hundreds of carp for for bait and still cuts as good as new. Never have sharpened it

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I bought each of my brothers a fillet knife with their names engraved in the blades. We love them. I don't know about the other types but the fillet knives are great.

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The only experience that I have had with Cutco are kitchen knives from my mother in law's kitchen. Cheap serrated crap. If I found them in the dollar bin at walmart, I'd still pass.


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I've looked at them a couple of times at places where they had a tent set up.
The sales people started in with the hard sell so quick, I didn't get a chance to really look at their products.
That turned me off, so I just walked away both times.

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A friend of mines mother works for them in NY, and he also worked there for a while on the automation systems. They make Cutco and Kabar. I have the fishing filet knife from them that he gave me, its a pretty good knife, definitely better than a Dexter Russel which has always worked well for me.

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A friend's son got in with them and was selling them and we got suckered into a set of kitchen and steak knives. They're actually pretty damn good and hold an edge really well.

They like to do a lot of demo's with their knives when they're showing them to you and the kitchen knives he brought kicked my kitchen knives' butts. When he got to the hunting knives thought I showed him a thing or two.

I had a Cutco hunting knife years ago that I never liked. Just felt cheap. The kitchen knives are a whole different story though. Not sure about the hunting knives they make today, I didn't really pay much attention to what he had.


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I've never owned one but I have sharpened some for others.


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We helped out a college kid that was selling them about 20 years ago. We have the Homemaker + 8 Set with Block w/ Petite Chef set and they are still just as sharp now as the day they were delivered. I just went and looked at todays price, we payed less than 1/2 of what they cost today.

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