Let's talk Knives; The overdue thread.

DoomX

Bought an X
Location
Wyoming
So I started dabbling in building knives. I don't have a forge, or the necessary space to set up a proper shop, so I'm relegated to building off of kits and blade blanks, but it's addictive. I recently finished a skinning knife I plan to use this autumn during hunting season. I'll try to nab some photos this evening.
 

DoomX

Bought an X
Location
Wyoming
So here is my first knfie made from the Midwest Skinner kit from Knifekits.com. I used bloodwood and ebony on the handle with red and black G10 and brase tube and pin for the hardware. I made the bushcraft style sheath as well to carry my Streamlight Microstream. This will be handy come antelope and deer season later this year. Knife is dusty....

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DoomX

Bought an X
Location
Wyoming
When I go hunting I also bring my Kershaw Camp 10 kukri, and Mora Kansbol. I use them both when field dressing game. The big Camp 10 is great for big joints, ligaments, and separating the head from the neck, while the Kansbol is excellent for finer cutting. I also use one of those folding game processing knives that has the replaceable blades.
 

Xterrorista

Suspension Lift
Supporting Member
Location
Denton, TX
When I go hunting I also bring my Kershaw Camp 10 kukri, and Mora Kansbol. I use them both when field dressing game. The big Camp 10 is great for big joints, ligaments, and separating the head from the neck, while the Kansbol is excellent for finer cutting. I also use one of those folding game processing knives that has the replaceable blades.
Nice. For the price you can't beat the Mora knives. I just got another one to leave on the boat.
 
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