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What knife do you guys like for skinning rabbits? Most of my hunting knives are deer-sized. Would they work? I would rather have

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  • What knife do you guys like for skinning rabbits? Most of my hunting knives are deer-sized. Would they work? I would rather have

    What knife do you guys like for skinning rabbits? Most of my hunting knives are deer-sized. Would they work? I would rather have something more delicate. And I'm raising rabbits by the way, for meat. Black and Red New Zealands.

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    Get a nice lock back pocket knife or a mutitool for your rabbits. A big knife is unhandy on small agme. The knives I use when deer hunting have blades from 3.5 to 4 inches.

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    • #3
      for small game, i would use a caping knife. they are the perfect size for them WABBITS

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      • #4
        I use my old timer pocket knife

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        • #5
          I would use a "bird or trout" knife. a lot of companies make them. They are just simple small game knives. Cold steel makes a good one and mossberg makes a kit with two of them on big and one small.

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          • #6
            Knife to skin a rabbit??? All you need is a small incision across the back then just pull the skin off. Any knife will do.

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            • #7
              A co-worker of mine suggests using a small utility knife. He said they work absolutely great! The blade swaps out so it's always sharp and you can find them at most hardware store.

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              • #8
                I wish all game was as easy to skin as rabbits. Rabbits are good sized so when you take a few you have a good sized meal, I remember when I walked all around killed 4 squirrels and ate all of them and wished I had one more, walking makes me hungry.

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                • #9
                  yes buckhunter...i use knives to skin rabbits.

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