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MOTurkeyTamer 02-18-2004 04:08 PM

RE: Gut hook knife blades?
 
I have been using a Buck Zipper w/ the Sure Grip handle for several years now. The gut hook works like a charm on deer. You can really open up the cavity quickly without cutting into something you're not supposed to! I highly recommend them.


JagMagMan 02-18-2004 05:09 PM

RE: Gut hook knife blades?
 
They do work good, I just don't need it!

deerhuntress56 02-18-2004 05:24 PM

RE: Gut hook knife blades?
 
:)I use what is called a "Wyoming Knife"........is the greatest knife for cleaning game. Just start a hole, insert the "hook" and make ONE clean sweep!!:D Cabelas has them now!! Took me over a year to find my first 14 years ago!!;)

skeeter 7MM 02-18-2004 08:06 PM

RE: Gut hook knife blades?
 
I have always found the guthooks like the buck zipper posted ball up and really aren't a great benefit( maybe it is just our fat canadian whitetails). For deer I don't use a gut hook. I have used the Wyoming Knife and it works. I do have big gut hook as part of my Kershaw Blade Trader set and it works very nicley on Moose and Elk, it has a very sizeable gut hook will not ball up(I imagine it would be just fine for deer and other game as well). It actually doubles as a skinner blade so I have found it to be quite useful.

Otis you might want to look into the Kershaw Blade Trader, it comes with the guthook/skinner, drop blade, Saw, handle and case for around 100 bucks. You can also buy other blades for like a fillet knife, chef knife, etc. I have really become found of mine it has an excellent nonslip handle on it, blades sharpen and hold edge nicely...for the money it is a pretty decent setup.

WAYNE1 02-18-2004 08:11 PM

RE: Gut hook knife blades?
 
I've owe'd several of them...and have been dissatisfied with them....but then maybe it's the user....and not the knife[:@]

Bldhound 02-18-2004 11:11 PM

RE: Gut hook knife blades?
 
I have not had a problem with mine...................but I sharpen the hook after I use it.

doughboysigep 02-19-2004 10:16 AM

RE: Gut hook knife blades?
 
I used mine (wooden handled Buck like pictured above) for the first time this year and thought it worked ok. I had a bit of trouble getting it started, but once in it cut well. I could definitely see it not working on a deer with a lot of fat. Mine was a 120# doe with average fat. If the deer was any bigger or fatter I don't think it would have worked.

ps - as i stated before in another thread - the handle gets awefully slippery when wet and I don't think the rubbber handle (more like plastic) would be much better, needs to be a softer rubber that gives when you grip

Shootem up870 02-19-2004 06:40 PM

RE: Gut hook knife blades?
 
i have one on my ka-bar knife. it was $40 at gander mountain and the gut hook really works for me

Wingbone 02-22-2004 06:53 AM

RE: Gut hook knife blades?
 
While they may work well, I've never understood the need for a gut-hook on a drop-point blade. It's redundant. I've never had a problem opening up the paunch with a well designed drop-point without nicking the stomach or intestine. I think they ruin the simetry of the blade.


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