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Re: What knives are you taking to the field? [Re: berryns] #15322072 10/17/20
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Back from rabbit hunting and I had a great time with my daughter on her first hunting trip. We spent the night at a friend's ranch with another friend (a new hunter) and his daughter shooting, goofing off, flying kites and hunting rabbits. The only negative thing to mention is that my friend needed a serious course in safe gun handling as he was flagging us with the muzzle in a bad way. When the moment was right I gave him a primer on safe gun handling after he gave me a look down his barrel and he asked 'if anything came out.' Afterwards we had no problems. I must have sat down for 30 minutes the entire trip. In total we shot around 15 rabbits. The Randall #5 and Buck 102 did well processing the meat. Happy hunting to everyone!

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with bounding hoof and flaunting tail."
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Re: What knives are you taking to the field? [Re: berryns] #15322101 10/17/20
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Camillus sword brand #3 lockback. I have a bunch of fixed blade hunting knives including a custom drop point and they never go into the field. A folder in my pocket is all I want or need.

Re: What knives are you taking to the field? [Re: Blackheart] #15324260 10/18/20
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The usual, a Havalon w/ extra blades, A Hinderer NRA skinner and I always have my Leatherman Wave.


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Re: What knives are you taking to the field? [Re: berryns] #15336164 10/22/20
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Kestrel mountain caper
Kestrel ovis hunter for all ‘round use


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Re: What knives are you taking to the field? [Re: berryns] #15336705 10/22/20
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Re: What knives are you taking to the field? [Re: berryns] #15336840 10/22/20
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Helle, been carrying the same for 40 years.

Re: What knives are you taking to the field? [Re: berryns] #15340767 Yesterday at 05:36 AM
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Got a lot of knives to pick from, but this group of Buck Knives is my "do all" hunting trio
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Re: What knives are you taking to the field? [Re: berryns] #15341228 Yesterday at 08:08 AM
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Pair of Hollinger made Bose patterns.

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Re: What knives are you taking to the field? [Re: BigDave39355] #15341744 Yesterday at 11:13 AM
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Originally Posted by BigDave39355
Pair of Hollinger made Bose patterns.

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Nicely done

Re: What knives are you taking to the field? [Re: berryns] #15341781 Yesterday at 11:28 AM
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Gave this’n a run already, pretty impressed with just plain ol D-2...
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Re: What knives are you taking to the field? [Re: Judman] #15343628 19 hours ago
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Originally Posted by Judman
Gave this’n a run already, pretty impressed with just plain ol D-2...
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‘Nother one if those cookie cutter knives.......

😂

I like that burlap micarta.


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Re: What knives are you taking to the field? [Re: berryns] #15344233 15 hours ago
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Nothing exciting here. My 30 year old Buck 102 Woodsman on my belt, and an SK Blades Smokejumper (Buck 110 lightweight with CPM154 blade) as a spare in the daypack.


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Re: What knives are you taking to the field? [Re: JeffyD] #15345883 6 hours ago
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Originally Posted by JeffyD
Nothing exciting here. My 30 year old Buck 102 Woodsman on my belt, and an SK Blades Smokejumper (Buck 110 lightweight with CPM154 blade) as a spare in the daypack.


The Buck Woodsman is one of my favorites

Re: What knives are you taking to the field? [Re: berryns] #15346493 3 hours ago
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Hey Jud
Remind me which model that one is again?
Great looking knife, buddy

Re: What knives are you taking to the field? [Re: pacecars] #15346717 1 hour ago
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Really like that design.

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