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Old 01-26-2011, 07:23 AM
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Valentine
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Join Date: Feb 2009
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Default It wasn't the knife

It was becoming an expert with the Arkansas sharpening stones. Saved a lot of money over the years.

I still use a Schrade gut hooker, a Winchester pocket knife, a Schrade pocket knife, an Old Hickory paring knife, and inexpensive household knives. Oh, and I sharpen up a tomahawk using a metal file. Never replaced a grass cutter blade in over twenty years . Used metal files to keep them in cutting shape.

Thanks for your assist. I didn't think of getting a new Old Hickory knife off the internet. And I can't wait to use that Old Hickory paring knife on the next deer harvest, for this ol amateur chef to cut up the potatoes, the carrots and the venison for that next hunter's stew.
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