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Skinning Knives #7022037
10/20/20 08:24 AM
10/20/20 08:24 AM
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Just thought Iíd share: It isnít a woodworking project and definitely not knife making, letís classify it as Arts & Crafts lol. This is quickly becoming my favorite beaver skinning knife. Bought the knife blanks on clearance at Woodcraft a while ago, itís their Wood River brand Skinning knife, might make good Christmas gifts as theyíre easy to complete. Wood River is there house brand and usually mid-low-quality level, the blanks hold an edge well and fit my hand perfectly and ergonomically.
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Re: Skinning Knives [Re: Eagleye] #7022072
10/20/20 09:10 AM
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Nice!


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