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Re: Knives - Pelters and Skinners [Re: Gulo] #6991194
09/15/20 11:34 AM
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Got my knives yesterday. Love the size of the handles. Really nice knives! Thanks Jack! Looking forward to using them soon.


Fred Moyer
Re: Knives - Pelters and Skinners [Re: Machias] #6993744
09/18/20 02:12 PM
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Received my beaver knives today. Looks to be well crafted and gonna put them to work pretty soon.

Re: Knives - Pelters and Skinners [Re: WhiteTrash 88] #7004792
09/30/20 02:48 PM
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What is the length of blade / handle on these?




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Re: Knives - Pelters and Skinners [Re: Gulo] #7004831
09/30/20 03:53 PM
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The knives are individually made, and I don't use a template. On all three models the handles are 4.25 to 4.5" long. Blades on the beaver skinner and the skinner (drop point model) average about 3.5" long, while the triangle-blade pelter is usually about 3-3.25" long. This help? Thanks for your interest sir.

Jack

Re: Knives - Pelters and Skinners [Re: Gulo] #7201513
03/02/21 12:15 AM
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I’m really interested in trying out your knives. I sent you a message.

Kyle

Re: Knives - Pelters and Skinners [Re: Gulo] #7202084
03/02/21 03:41 PM
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Indeed Kyle, still making knives. Many thanks for your inquiry. PM sent.

Jack

Re: Knives - Pelters and Skinners [Re: Gulo] #7211139
03/10/21 11:39 AM
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I got in a pair of knives the other day. I havnt got a chance to use them yet. But they look great, light in the hand, and take a good edge. They’re definitely worth the money. Now to get some critters and out them to use.

Kyle

Re: Knives - Pelters and Skinners [Re: Gulo] #7212114
03/11/21 09:37 AM
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Thank you Kyle. Now put them to work on a pile of coon!

Jack

Re: Knives - Pelters and Skinners [Re: Gulo] #7216870
03/15/21 07:38 PM
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Just received a set of 3 knives last week. Love them, super nice! Great addition to the fur shed! Thanks Jack!


My Super Wide will pull your broken down 4 stroke, up a hill backwards, with you on it!
Re: Knives - Pelters and Skinners [Re: Gulo] #7232338
04/01/21 02:30 AM
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Howdy Jack,
I tried to send you a couple PM's a few months ago but they must not have got through.
I have trouble opening Trapperman PM's so maybe a direct email to me at IDBearCat1@hotmail.com or text 208 553 1349. Do you make the handles from juniper that is cut and dried in your area. I want to buy one of your drop point skinners. Do they come shaving "arm hair" sharp?

I don't know what it is like down there in the Salmon / Leadore area but It looks like the bears that are not already out will be coming out of their dens up here pretty soon. Next few days it is supposed to be up into the 70's here in Lewiston. I hope to hear from you soon.
Thank you,
Pete


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Re: Knives - Pelters and Skinners [Re: Gulo] #7232415
04/01/21 06:52 AM
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Thanks for the note. Will send email.

Jack

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