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Username Post: Bird n trout or hunters scalpel?        (Topic#941979)
tarzan1
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01-05-15 14:03.55 - Post#2622562    



Anyone have a bird n trout or a hunters scalpel? I am interested in your thoughts or experiences, how do they do on the field.
 


popedandy
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01-07-15 14:16.35 - Post#2622741    


    In response to tarzan1

I have a hunter's scalpel. It is a tiny knife. I don't use it very much because it is too small for my personal tastes. However, the quality is excellent.
 
brianWE
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01-07-15 15:37.16 - Post#2622749    


    In response to popedandy

My thoughts, too.
I had a Deerhunter. An excellent knife.
Guessing the entire range is great...a matter of choosing the one that meets your needs.
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popedandy
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01-07-15 18:52.15 - Post#2622766    


    In response to popedandy

  • popedandy Said:
I have a hunter's scalpel. It is a tiny knife. I don't use it very much because it is too small for my personal tastes. However, the quality is excellent.



I just checked the size - the entire knife is slightly longer than the handle on one of my wife's paring knives. If I were choosing between the two, I'd go with the Bird & Trout.

Bear in mind that the series does feature a very thin blade. I like the handle - it is thin but affords a very good grip - and the sheath, which is very secure.
 
will615
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01-18-15 12:10.35 - Post#2623658    


    In response to tarzan1

I have a bird & trout that I keep in my turkey vest. The quality is very good but as others said, the blade is very thin and the knife is very light. It took me a while to get used to it but it does a great job cleaning a turkey.
 


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