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Hunting Knives
Just picked myself up a new Case. Didn't pay that price tag for it though. Time to retire the old Solingen Boker I was using.

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I'd like to get a better sheath made for it.
Awww.... what a cute little guy. What does he want to be when he grows up?

I kid, of course. That would look nice with a little acid etching.
tolerance for failure meter... LOW
That's what is key about this thing...relatively small and very light.

It'll look nice with a little blood on it as well, hopefully Saturday pans out for me. Wink
I still have the hunting knife my dad gave me when I was 12.

I think it's twice the size of that one. LOL

It's never been introduced to the flesh of a deer though.
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Here's a size comparison.
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Quote:I still have the hunting knife my dad gave me when I was 12.
The one I was using was the one my Grandfather gave me when I was 12. I thought I lost it during Archery season this year...hence the reason for a new one.
OK - that's a bigger knife than it appears in the first pic!
Remember, it's not the size, but how you use it, that matters.
Emptymag;158295 Wrote:OK - that's a bigger knife than it appears in the first pic!

Since gun talk is hit & miss here I thought I'd start a knife thread and then sneak a gun in for perspective. Wink
last deer I got I used a buck stockman pocket knife to do the job.
bob308, proud to be a member of since Sep 2012.
I agree bigger isn't always better, but a gut hook is a welcomed addition. Those who have been down that road know why.Confused

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