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    What is your favorite outdoor knife?

  • #2
    i have a woodsman knife from Buck Knives it didn't break the bank and works well.
    hope this helps!

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    • #3
      My Shrade Uncle Henry LB7 lockback folder with 3 1/2" blade, no longer made in the USA.
      It is almost identical to the Buck 110 Folding Hunter.

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      • #4
        Buck 110 folding hunter

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        • #5
          I carry a Buck 110 lightweight folding hunting or a Buck 110 regular weight during most seasons but during deer season I carry my Outdoor Edge folding flip blade that my wife got me for Christmas. It has a nice skinning blade plus the gutting blade plus a nice sharp folding saw in the case. It comes in a nice case that you can carry on your belt, but I carry mine in my backpack.

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          • #6
            Buck 110 or Cold steel lite hunter.

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            • #7
              I'm with Pig Hunter. I always have a XX Case in my pocket, but carry everything from a full sized machete to a 4" drop point, depending on expected use. My hunting box has about a dozen different models of knife, from handmade to large folders, plus a folding saw and a 13" hatchet. Again, just depends on what I am doing, hunting, expecting on any given day.

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              • #8
                I mentioned on other posts several knives I use and or enjoy. But after giving it serious thought, there is one knife I never go anywhere in the world without, and that is my Leatherman Tool. Of course there are many variations and other brands to choose among, but it has performed so many important tasks for me and members of various parties I cannot begin to relate them all.

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                • #9
                  Cold Steel Master Hunter, but it's a tough choice. I like a lot of knives.

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