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Austinhuntman 12-28-2012 11:38 AM

Cutco are they worth it
 
Mmy sister sells cutco for her work. Are they worth their high price tag.

x-mountie 12-28-2012 04:37 PM

As far as I'm concerned they are well worth it. And they stand behind their gaurantee 100%. I have had 2 over the last 20 years. Mine are the serated blade drop points. I broke a seration off the first one, sent it back and asked if they could repair it. 3 weeks later I got a brand new one in the mail. I've used them to saw through breast bone, and have never had to have it sharpened.

Austinhuntman 12-28-2012 04:44 PM

Yeah they seem like they are nice knives but they are like $150 to $200 and that is a pretty high price tag

Tundra10 01-03-2013 09:39 PM

Depends on what yer looking for.

Austinhuntman 01-03-2013 11:12 PM

Just a regular ole huntin knife that will last me forever and that I can pass onto my kids when I get older and that won't dull after 1 deer

WaychoffArms 01-04-2013 07:57 AM

I hear they are great knives, especially with a life time warranty... cant beat that. but too pricy for me... it is only just a knife.

Austinhuntman 01-04-2013 10:11 AM

Yeah that's what I was thinking. It's just a knife

Beard Buster 01-07-2013 04:43 PM

I just got my Alaskan Guide series Buck Vanguard. It is made of s30v steel. If you want to see a knife that will last forever and retain its edge forever, you should look into it. There is some crazy good steel out there if you do your research. I don't know much about Cutco or what steel they use, but I got excellent craftsmanship and the forever guarantee with my Buck for just over a hundred bucks.

springspur 01-15-2013 07:42 PM

agree with x-mountie
 
i've got one of the drop point serrated hunting knives also it will rip open a rib cage with one swipe. that's all i use it for and it is scary sharp.

cgersty 01-16-2013 05:25 PM


Originally Posted by Austinhuntman
Just a regular ole huntin knife that will last me forever and that I can pass onto my kids when I get older and that won't dull after 1 deer

I am a fan of the buck 110, I have one that I inherited from my late father in law that is prolly 30 some odd years old, I just bought a brand new one so I don't lose his, but they are razor sharp, sharpen easily and stay sharp, after 2 deer with his it will still shave your arm hair, and they have the buck forever warranty on em and are less than 40 dollars.


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