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    I think my days of running out to a WT deer stand in the morning or evening are over as all my spots were "leased". Can't blame the owner that I am cheap.
    So the one knife idea just dosen't fly. So, this mess goes with me in the truck. In the hunting pack a couple might get left behind. Lets say its a day in a tree stand then I would likely take the Selector and one of the skinners. Would also take the red thing, as it has "history". It was the one I left sticking in the ground by the CO elk at 8,900ft. My buddy walked by the spot on the second Nov. it was lost and there it was still 'sticking' it out waiting for our return. Only the sunny side scale was faded a little, butnot bad as it likely sat under a couple of feet of snow for 6 months twice. And besides you never know when you will be attacked by a wild Zinfindel.
    Also in that day pack would be a small hatchet. Sorry, not a Buck but a stout little Swedish model.....or more likely I might throw in the light folding saw, Buck had some of those. Much easier to build a shelter with a saw than a hatchet. You old BSA's remember the triangle cut joint........I drilled a hole in the back end of the handle and epoxied a broadhead in the hole, if I got up in a stand and a branch was in the way I would take my junk 'flingin'" arrow and screw onto the saw and reach out and cut the branch.....probably would'nt work with todays carbon stuff.........

    Sky, that little curved blade on the SAK will open a deer belly like its a ziplock bag.....

    300

    Last edited by 300Bucks; 06-16-2012 at 12:17 PM.

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    Nice photo of your tools 300. I can tell you enjoy using them. DM

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    I agree with the American Hunter that my Buck B693-WA-0 Alpha/Walnut born 11-5-2005 in the Socialist State of California is my "favorite" deer knife. My "best" deer knife is my new Buck PakLite FieldMaster (set of three) Buck 0141BKSVP-B born 4/18/2012 in the great State of Idaho.
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    300, That is a very nice group that you have there.Love the Black basket weave sheath and the vanguard.

    But as you know I like the Buck 121 I got from Pack Rat in Black Basket weave sheath from Jack.

    Hawkeye

    Quote Originally Posted by 300Bucks View Post
    I think my days of running out to a WT deer stand in the morning or evening are over as all my spots were "leased". Can't blame the owner that I am cheap.
    So the one knife idea just dosen't fly. So, this mess goes with me in the truck. In the hunting pack a couple might get left behind. Lets say its a day in a tree stand then I would likely take the Selector and one of the skinners. Would also take the red thing, as it has "history". It was the one I left sticking in the ground by the CO elk at 8,900ft. My buddy walked by the spot on the second Nov. it was lost and there it was still 'sticking' it out waiting for our return. Only the sunny side scale was faded a little, butnot bad as it likely sat under a couple of feet of snow for 6 months twice. And besides you never know when you will be attacked by a wild Zinfindel.
    Also in that day pack would be a small hatchet. Sorry, not a Buck but a stout little Swedish model.....or more likely I might throw in the light folding saw, Buck had some of those. Much easier to build a shelter with a saw than a hatchet. You old BSA's remember the triangle cut joint........I drilled a hole in the back end of the handle and epoxied a broadhead in the hole, if I got up in a stand and a branch was in the way I would take my junk 'flingin'" arrow and screw onto the saw and reach out and cut the branch.....probably would'nt work with todays carbon stuff.........

    Sky, that little curved blade on the SAK will open a deer belly like its a ziplock bag.....

    300

    Last edited by Hawkeye5; 06-17-2012 at 01:45 PM.

  5. #45
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    I like the way you roll 300!

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    300 BUCKS,YOUR PICTURE SHOULD BE TITLED"LEGENDS OF THE FALL"LOL.seriously,every knife there would be a nice set for the fall!

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    Hawkeye, Glad to see you posting. Been hot in E. TX. ? DM

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    Thanks David it's good to be here. Yes hot and humid over here. I also like the Buck 110.
    Quote Originally Posted by David Martin View Post
    Hawkeye, Glad to see you posting. Been hot in E. TX. ? DM
    Last edited by Hawkeye5; 06-17-2012 at 07:40 PM.

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    What a nice model 110. DM

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    Thanks David . I had a picture some where of me cutting up a deer with it but could not find it.

    It is Damascus stag that Goose sent me. Maybe I can find the picture for you.

    By the way I thought you liked the Buck 119 for deer cutting up.

    Jeff

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    Deer processing. Yes, I've used that one too. I've settled toward the 121. The Selector for field dressing. DM

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