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Small game knife

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by dak0ta, Oct 24, 2013.

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  1. dak0ta

    dak0ta Member

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    Looking at the Buck 102 and the Grohmann #2. Leaning towards the Grohmann, any experiences with these?
     
  2. Coyote3855

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    I have the Buck 102 and it's a very good knife. That said, I've always wanted a Grohmann of one sort or another. Sorry, no help here.
     
  3. huntsman

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    My small knife is a Russell woodswalker

    http://www.agrussell.com/product.asp?pn=AGPRS

    My Grohmann is a #1 and a great knife for deer, I once used my woodswalker to gut and skin a small doe and it worked great. Buck fixed blade knives always seemed bulky for skinning but great for a camp knife.
     
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    My small game knife is an Old Timer OT 8 or a my OT baby Sharp finger.
     
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    I carry the Grohmman/Herter's Canadian knife camping and hunting but use the Gerber Pixie for almost all my small game gutting and peeling chores. It should make a good caper too.

    I have two Russell Woodswalkers that get yeoman use in the kitchen and I wouldn't hesitate to carry it for a bird/trout knife. One is a broken Woodswalker that I re profiled and use to eye potatos and clean strawberries. I don't recommend prying at frozen food with a new one:cool:.

    If you can't find a Pixie or a Russell Woodswalker, a PAL 24 knife is a great old school small game knife.
     
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    I, too, have been an Old Timer user for many years. Scissors work great, too.

    Sorry, no experience with that particular Buck, nor the Grohmann.
     
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