cutco gut hook skinning knife..


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Apr 6, 2012
Lakeside, CA
Ok, I havnt written anything for quite a while but my work has been crazy busy. My birthday was back on aug. 19 and for a gift i recieved this knife. I did't even know cutco made anything other than kitchen knifes, anyway let me know what you guys think...


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We just had the Cutco girl here selling her knives. She saw the animals on the wall and started pushing the hunting knives but we just got the kitchen ones we needed. That knife comes in blaze orange too.
Cutco rules, I have a couple of their kitchen knives and they stay sharp forever. I've had these things like 15 years or something and they still cut like butter. I would guess the hunting knives are the same quality
Cutco had a booth at this years oktober fest in la mesa. I was impressed with their stuff but i already have too many knifes.

However, if I fished more they had this awesome fillet knife. The blade length was adjustable from 6-9 inches.... but the coolest part was the sheath. It had a sharpener, a slight opening so you could cut your line easily, and the sheath opened up transformer style and doubled as a pair of pliers.

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