Re: Stainless Skinning knife
Thanks Ladies and Gents,
Pip, I remember seeing you're black handled knife at the weekend, it looked quite big and a little heavy, although very nice I'm sure.
I'll be carrying my Woodlore as well but wanted something fairly lightwieght and small purely for the job.
Tant, I wondered about KISS knives, especially as my local army surplus sells them but am not sure of the steel used. Have you any idea?
TB10, I think a custom knife is OTT for what I want. It would be very nice to have one but I'd be sleeping outside the divorce courts if I was too tempted .
Folders are Ok, I'm just concerned about bits getting into the mech. This not only causes operational problems but also food hygiene ones. There are rules being introduced at the moment about the proper hygienic handling of shot deer - from the moment it touches the ground.
I'll have to look up Brusletto, I recognise the name but don't remember any of thier designs.
Keep them coming
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