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My Hunting Knives

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Pistol Ranch, Mar 22, 2013.

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  1. Pistol Ranch

    Pistol Ranch Member

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    Heres a shot of my favorite hunting knives. The one on the left is a Jimmy Lile "Big 7" The one on the right is a Bob Loveless pattern by Berreta.
    They are both "Drop Point Fixed Blades" and each of them has butchered over 2 dozen deer.

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  2. Geddinight

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    Nice photograph. Those are good looking knives.
     
  3. messerist

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    Classic!
     
  4. Valkman

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    Ah, if I could only own a Loveless that was made by Loveless - but I don't have $5k or whatever they command. Bob once put a finished DPH in my hands when I visited his shop, and I swear that knife had life to it. Very sweet.
     
  5. jstein650

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    Also a fan of drop point knives for field dressing, etc.
    Custom bone handled Damascus - Takes & holds an amazing edge
    A.G. Russell folder - ATS-34 blade
     

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