wooly bugger wrote:Last year I bought a knife from my nephew who was selling them to make money for college. The brand he was selling was Cut Co. Since then I have gutted over 20 deer, skinned and boned out about a dozen and breasted out dozens of geese and ducks and it is still razor sharp. They are guaranteed for life and the company has been around for a long time. The only problem is when it does have to be sharpened you have to send it back to them for a nominal fee.So far this knife has not let me down at all.
Bano11 wrote:i recently bought a kershaw elk skinner. i cleaned out a couple of rabbits with it, and last week i tried to gut an antelope and the knife just would not cut. my buddy highly recommends schrade knives and says buck knives are too hard to sharpen. any other recommendations/opinions out there? i would like a knife that is durable, easy to sharpen, and will hold its edge.
Bill Herian wrote:I would rather decoy ducks, but geese, geese are another story. Jump shooting geese is like playing dodgeball with fat kids. And I love dodgeball.
fowled out wrote:i love my cutco serrated.... i just keep forgetting to send it back to be sharpened.
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