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  1. Vahunter

    Vahunter Elite Refuge Member

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    I carry the Buck 105 everyday I'm in a rural area. Sharp, light, does the job of bigger, heavier knives.
    For deer, I own and use a Buck 118, Buck 110, or a Schrade 498. They all get sharp, stay sharp and feel great in the hand. I use a Gerber 'vital pack saw' to split the pelvis and rib cage. I use a Buck 603 to cape. To butcher, I mostly use some inexpensive butcher knives I inherited from an uncle who worked in the mess hall at Ft. Lee, Va. They work fine.
     
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  2. Whistle

    Whistle Senior Refuge Member

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    I have a lot of favorites—depends what I’m doing.
     
  3. CA Birdman

    CA Birdman Elite Refuge Member

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    Have a Kershaw assisted that I carry daily or a James, then protech when I want a really sharp blade. Rapala filet knife or the one NV ducker mentioned
     
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  4. newduk

    newduk Elite Refuge Member

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    I have one that I have had for over 40 years. Great knife.
     
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  5. MJ

    MJ Administrator Moderator

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    Havalon Piranta with 60XT blades. That's all my boys and I carry on a hunt. In the right hands, an elk or any other animal can be skinned, caped, quartered, and/or deboned in short order.
     
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  6. Out of focus

    Out of focus Elite Refuge Member

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    It appears I am surrounded by experts.
  7. Squaller

    Squaller Elite Refuge Member

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    My main hunting knife currently as well... Very, very sharp knife.

    If you cut off your trigger finger, you would not even know it till you went to pull the trigger.:nutz

    A Fury goes in my blind bag for cutting grass and brush to hide the blind as well... Almost everyone who has seen me use mine, who hunts barrel blinds now has one:

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  8. stevena198301

    stevena198301 Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    My sun faded Sharpfinger goes a lot of places with me. Very versatile blade. Mines hard to get sharp though. I lost it for a year in the woods, hence the sun fading.
     
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  9. Holesinthesky

    Holesinthesky Senior Refuge Member

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    Carried lots of knives over the years....
    Favorite pocket knife..... Case Sod Buster
    Favorite hunting knife.....Sharp finger ( lost my original, new one isn’t the same.)
    My young one was just gifted a Case mini Finn. Very Nice Knife!
    EDC.... SOG Flash II ( lost a benchmade Auto overboard on a trip, so cheaper knives)

    Have a Buck 110 that get carried occasionally.

    But when it comes to the do everything knife......... a simple Stanley knife is it.
    Break the blade/dull the blade , put a new Blade in. Loose it?, they are cheap enough.
    There Almost isn’t anything that a razor can’t take Care of.
     
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  10. Duck Wrangler

    Duck Wrangler Senior Refuge Member

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    I have few Kershaw filet knives I use for fish and birds
    I have a Buck mini alpha hunter for big game and just got a KOA Elk Hunter to try this fall
     
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