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SOG Spec Elite Mini: The little knife that could

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Clark, Dec 14, 2012.

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  1. Clark

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    I gutted (2) animals in 2011 and (2) animals in 2012 with this tiny knife.
    It takes me 5 minutes to gut an animal.

    The knife is Seattle legal and I carry it year round.
    I don't live in Seattle, but I drive through at least once a month.

    I use the little knife to open packages of potato chips most of the year.

    I paid retail at a gun and knife show.

    http://www.knivesplus.com/sogspeceliteminisg-se01.html

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    Yes! I made a Small Skinner that had a 2 1/2" blade and lots of handle and guys skinned everything up to elk and bear with it. Smaller knives of good quality do work.
     
  3. Clark

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    Are you Don Llewellyn the knife maker?
     
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    Well, the former knife maker.
     
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    My Harvey King knife is a tiny little thing, and it went through my doe with zero problems.
     
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