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    What is some of the best skinning knifes that i can use to skin animals.

  • #2
    To help you decide a little more on what fits you-
    http://www.huntingblades.com/chhukn.html

    Whatever brand you like, you can buy from Bass Pro or Cabela's or if you get really lucky, you can find a decent one at a pawn shop. But that's if you get really lucky.

    Here's a review on the Rhino Folding Lockback-http://hunting.about.com/od/huntprodrev/gr/rhinoknife.htm

    And lastly, sportsmansguide knives-
    http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/browse/Browse.aspx?c=7&s=240

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    • #3
      I've got a Schrade I've had for about 10 yrs now and still love it. It works great on deer and is small enough to use for coyotes. Depending on what size game your skinning I like to use a roofing blade in a utility knife for coons and other small game.

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      • #4
        Any of these knives will do the trick...and cheap!

        http://www.fntpost.com/Categories/Fur+Handling/Pelting/Knives/

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        • #5
          I agree wth kvlazer22. Any of the knives on the web link will do the job. If however you have a bit more $ to spend on a higher quality knife check the following link.

          http://www.dunnknives.com/index.htm

          I have owned a Dunn knife since 2002 and they are the cat's meow.

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          • #6
            schrade or buck

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            • #7
              Another thing you might think of is what type of blade you want. Stainless of Carbon? The stainless blade is more weather proof, meaning it wont rust like the carbon knives. But if you want a blade that can get really a sharp look at the carbon ones. I personally use a alaskan blade trader.

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              • #8
                I owned a Wyoming Skinner that had a T handle on it and a gut hook that worked pretty good. It had a really short blade that you could get around a deer pretty quick. The key to keeping a knife sharp is to stay out of the hair as much as possible. I've seen guys skinning deer and by the time it got to quartering and working the meat they had to switch knives because they dulled the first on so bad on the belly cut.

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                • #9
                  I love my Gerber's. I have used some Buck's and a Schrade or two with satisfactory results, but still remain partial to Gerber.

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                  • #10
                    I like my BUCK Zipper as well as my BUCK Omni Hunter. I also have a variety of other blades for skinning but those two rank as my favorite.

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                    • #11
                      i got a buck knife at walmart that works real good and easy to sharpen!

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                      • #12
                        I've got a buck 110 I've had for 20 years now, I really like it, haven't come across many that are better. One that I have used and is better, but more expensive is o 3.5 inch Boker arbolito. Holds and edge like nobodies business and feels/handles really well.

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                        • #13
                          I always thought my Buck 110 was fine and dandy, I used it for everything, but skinning. for skinning i use my little folding schrade, try differnt knives, you'll find one you like

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                          • #14
                            Buck Paklite

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                            • #15
                              Buck Knives 104 Compadre Camp Knife!
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