Havalon Piranta Edge ($40)

Randomshot

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I have 4 NIB Havalon Piranta Edges for sale. They are the blaze orange plastic handle version and come with a holster and 10 blades. For anyone not familiar with the knife they take # 60 scalpel blades ( but # 20 and 22 blades will fit as well). The knives are very light and great for packing. You can buy additional blades for around $35 per hundred blades through havalon or any of the taxidermy suppliers. These make great hunting knives since you can easily change the blade instead of having to sharpen a blade in the field. As a word of caution these knives take scalpel blades as stated earlier and if you are clumsy with a knife it does not take much to cut yourself badly (I gave one of these to a buddy and he managed to slice his thumb open before he even left my house). The price is 40 per knife. Send me a PM if interested. I'm located in Lakeside ( East county San Diego).
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scohen

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Yea that looks sharp as hell I like the fact you can replace blades.
 

breacher

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The first time I used one was this year, field dressing a bear. Scary sharp!

Eastmans if giving the same knife free with subscription of EBJ. Does NOT come with the belt case though.
 

Randomshot

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breacher said:
The first time I used one was this year, field dressing a bear. Scary sharp!

Eastmans if giving the same knife free with subscription of EBJ. Does NOT come with the belt case though.
Did it come with blades? If you can get one for $25 plus a mag that is a better deal. The holsters are around $6 and the 10 pack of blades run around $7 but it s much cheaper to buy them by the hundred.
 

breacher

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Yes, through the Eastmans subscription, I got a pack of blades as well. They charge you shipping but it still comes out to less that what a new knife costs and you get a year of EBJ which is worth it if you ask me.
 

josecasillas

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Those knives are the shit! I bought one last year before the hunting season, and i skinned both of my deer last year with just one blade! Then, i had to replace it when i started skinning my dads deer. But, theyre great skinning knives. I think i'd go with eastmans deal also
 

oneazbowhunter

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yea they are badass!!..I bought one this year and have done 3 deer and 2 elk,makes for quick work in the field.works xlnt for caping as well..can't beat the price and you"ll never have to sharpen another knife
 

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