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Tilco Baller
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[posi] nega barner
Member since Jun 2012
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re: Give me your opinion on skinning knife


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This thing is a beast: Cutco Image Link


All we use at our camp.



mind blown....my brother's name is chris gill and those are the only knives we use at our camp.






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TigerOnThe Hill
Springhill
Member since Sep 2008
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re: Give me your opinion on skinning knife


slap,
I'll make a couple recs, depending on how much you're looking to spend. I'm assuming you're looking for a deer skinning knife, but the "Roach Belly" and "Classic Hunter" are good squirrel skinning knives, as well.

I bought one of these from Smokey Mountain Knife Works a few years ago and have found it to be a very useful knife, especially for only $13. Pretty...NO, but it does what it's supposed to. It rides year round in the glove compartment of my truck.
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Slightly more expensive is this model from "Cold Steel." Excellent knife w/ a HORRIBLE name, "Roach Belly."
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Cold Steel also makes the "Pendleton Hunter." I have the more expensive version, but the "Lite" version may be better. The more expensive version has a tendency to trap in the handle "stuff" from the cleaning/skinning process.
Lite LINK
Regular LINK

I'm partial to the yellow handled Kissing Crane "Classic Hunter" shown here. LINK






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nhassl1
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Baton Rouge
Member since Jun 2008
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re: Give me your opinion on skinning knife


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Cutco


Where did you get yours from? I've been wanting to get one for a while now.






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tigerfoot
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Alexandria
Member since Sep 2006
17866 posts

re: Give me your opinion on skinning knife


Bump for Cutco indo





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DownshiftAndFloorIt
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The devil dreams on an idle horse
Member since Jan 2011
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re: Give me your opinion on skinning knife


I've got a pair of buck skinning knives that aren't very expensive. They hold an edge really well for a deer or two and are easy to re-sharpen. Not the best steel ever but it sharpens easily enough to not be aggravating.





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nhassl1
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Baton Rouge
Member since Jun 2008
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re: Give me your opinion on skinning knife


LINK

not a bad deal






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