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Red4
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Lafayette
Member since Oct 2008
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field dressing knife


What kind to you have or prefer? I am on the market. TIA.






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Pina Coladaburg
Member since Jul 2011
2138 posts

re: field dressing knife


My wife gave me an Outdoor Edge Swingblade.
I like it.






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Pina Coladaburg
Member since Jul 2011
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re: field dressing knife


It's like using a zipper.





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fishfighter
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Baton Rouge
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quote:

field dressing knife


What game? I don't field dress deer. Rabbits, buck pocket knife.






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Red4
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Lafayette
Member since Oct 2008
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re: field dressing knife


I am talking more about deer and hogs. Rabbits and squrriels I can use a simple buck knife.





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Choirboy
On your property
Member since Aug 2010
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re: field dressing knife


quote:

Rabbits, deer, and squrriels I can use a simple buck knife


FIFY






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BarDTiger81
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nurfeast lowsyana
Member since Jul 2011
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re: field dressing knife


I use Buck brand knives for everything. Not saying they are the best but they are certainly of good quality. A good Skinning blade with a gut hook would be my suggestion.





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BarDTiger81
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nurfeast lowsyana
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re: field dressing knife


Buck knife at academy





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tigerfoot
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Alexandria
Member since Sep 2006
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I have friends that handle a bunch of deer and hogs and they are buying Cutco knives, seems like a scam to me but they swear by them. Anyone on here any experience with them?





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smoked hog
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Arkansas
Member since Nov 2006
516 posts

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If your just looking for a good gut hook, use a utility knife with a hook blades like used in flooring. You can do several before having to change blades. Everything else just a buck/old timer.





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