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120 Fielf test photo's

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O.k. here we go.


For those of you how are counting.This is not my deer.
I did the cutting for a fellow hunter,and to field test 120 Buck
on a Buck.And a Doe.
How is that Goose?
Hawkeye:D
 
So how did it work for you?
Do you like it? We need a field report!!! :D Please...

O.K. I love the 120. As you can see from the second photo.
It cuts throught the sternum great.You don't have to stand as close
with it as the 119LOL.I also like the feel of it or the balance it
has.It takes the shoulders and hams off easy.It also goes inside
the ribs to remove the goodies in side with out you scraping your fingers
on the ribs.This knife is very sharp!Does a great job also when
cutting the deer up into steaks and trimming up for ground meat.
Hawkeye
 
Also.....how was the ergo feel of that long blade while gutting & dressing those deer?

jb4570
 
Nice Buck your friend got.
Did the 120 stay sharp for both deer?

Yes Sir it did.It is ready for the next one.So if you kill
that 200+ pounder at the Iron Bridge I can cut it
up for you.LOL.:D
I really like this knife EEE.
Jeff
 
Also.....how was the ergo feel of that long blade while gutting & dressing those deer?

jb4570

Well that is one of the things that I like about it.It has good feel
in the hand.So go ahead and get you one to use.:D
Jeff
 
Great report Jeff. Thanks :)
Too cool for school with the pics. Very cool.

Love that 120 stand.

I was wondering what it was like using the 120 for hunting. I always thought that one needed a gut hook or blade profile like the 103.
I have never hunted so I don't know. Only shoot paper.

Glad to know the 120 did ya good but I am concerned about your shooting a handicapped deer. Just don't seem like sport to shoot something that can't even get a 10 second head start not having any hooves. Seems whack ;)
 
Great report Jeff. Thanks :)
Too cool for school with the pics. Very cool.

Love that 120 stand.

I was wondering what it was like using the 120 for hunting. I always thought that one needed a gut hook or blade profile like the 103.
I have never hunted so I don't know. Only shoot paper.

Glad to know the 120 did ya good but I am concerned about your shooting a handicapped deer. Just don't seem like sport to shoot something that can't even get a 10 second head start not having any hooves. Seems whack ;)
Ha,Ha,Ha,LOL,LOL:D :eek:
Yes you are right.I going to have to give them a head start.Ha,Ha
The coffee is flying everywhere now.LOL:D
 
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