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Hunting Knives
P89;158411 Wrote: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

That's not what she said at all.

It's the larger handle that makes it look small. But then, it's more like a scalpel, not a chefs knife.
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I've been carrying this and a small caping knife this year. I got this off a guy at work and figured I would see how it works. Feels good in my hand and is extremely sharp. I will still bring along my wyoming knife just in case this doesn't work out.
RL Suehr, proud to be a member of since Aug 2013.
Emptymag;158229 Wrote: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.

Finally got around to uploading pics.

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