Hunting knife advice

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Re: Hunting knife advice

Postby Snurd » Thu 14 Mar 2013 5:57 am

dewittdj wrote:What??? Do they really call those things knives???
Anything less than a USMC K-Bar is just a fancy, chrome plated toothpick. :dancing:

Those are great. I have used one do things from cutting up kindling for a fire and cutting up a watermelon. Same trip for both uses as a matter if fact.


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Re: Hunting knife advice

Postby Ruminus » Fri 19 Apr 2013 2:32 am

dewittdj wrote:What??? Do they really call those things knives???
Anything less than a USMC K-Bar is just a fancy, chrome plated toothpick. :dancing:

Darn you. Now I want my Ka-bar back.
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