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  • justiw

    Member
    Jan 26, 2012
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    A gift to my FIL.

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    pinto_custom

    Junior Member
    Jan 30, 2022
    3
    Camp chopper made by me here in Laurel, 80crV2 High carbon steel and stabilized Maple burl handle .
    massive 10 inches blade.
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    River02

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    Sep 19, 2015
    2,101
    Mid-Maryland
    A little something for the Go Bag-- Benchmade Saddle Mountain Skinner. Had my eye on this one for awhile --picked it up earlier this month on a trip to Nashville to visit my son and look at properties. Nashville Armory---nice gun store if you're ever in Free America...look them up and drop on in.

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    4g64loser

    collector of fine .22s
    Jan 18, 2007
    2,461
    maryland
    I have the same blade but with different scales and sheath. It will serve you well. My hunting buddy and I have twin skinners.....he uses his a lot more though. They are heavy enough to be used for breaking joints. I've beat mine through a spine or two and jammed it into hip sockets to cut the tendon. All I do is clean it up and sharpen it.
    A little something for the Go Bag-- Benchmade Saddle Mountain Skinner. Had my eye on this one for awhile --picked it up earlier this month on a trip to Nashville to visit my son and look at properties. Nashville Armory---nice gun store if you're ever in Free America...look them up and drop on in.

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    River02

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    Sep 19, 2015
    2,101
    Mid-Maryland
    I have the same blade but with different scales and sheath. It will serve you well. My hunting buddy and I have twin skinners.....he uses his a lot more though. They are heavy enough to be used for breaking joints. I've beat mine through a spine or two and jammed it into hip sockets to cut the tendon. All I do is clean it up and sharpen it.
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