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  1. Probably the most vague video I've watched in a while. Don't get me wrong, it's not that I don't understand what he's saying, but the title is "How to selecta hunting knife" and this video does not address that very well. Basically he named a few knife companies and 3 styles of knives and that's the video.

  2. After a few years of using knives it gave me a good idea of what I wanted in my hunting knife, or camp knife, lately I've been looking at 9" blades as a survival knife, I like a choil with this blade lenght to add versatility of use, but as far as a camp/hunting knife I remember something Mors had said in what he thought a knife should be that thing was it's got to be strong, as part of my hobby, I have knives in several sizes, but most article call for a 5-7" blade, so yup I started off with a 6" blade, first of all I picked a knife that I consider one of my fav's the Ratmandu and a thickness of my Rodent 7 I looked at the Rodent 6 but I didn't like the tactical look so I got an idea what if I could have it thinned down to make it a great slicer a good virtue of a camp knife, and then take the top gaurd off to lighten it up and make it look more like a camp knife, I had those things done at their Custom Shop (Swamp Rat) I finally got my perfect knife IMO it look's like a beefy Ratmandu on steriods which I think came out great, you can't tell it was a Rodent 6 to some a 6" blade might to too big but for me it's just right, all I need is a pocket knife (my Case Proto XX double blade) or I can pair it off with my Rodent Solution which is a Lil Tank, a compact saw and a double bit hatchet and withought out trying it something that came from the G. Washington Sear's Nessmuk book, as close to a perfect knife as it came out IMO I enjoy using tool's and I find there really isn't just one knife to do it all although my new Rodent 6 is now my favorite.

  3. if you want get a skining knife get a nice fillet or butcher knife and slowly grind it to your desired shape

  4. Nice video content! Excuse me for butting in, I would love your initial thoughts. Have you heard the talk about – Proutklarton Blade Card Plan (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now)? It is a great exclusive product for getting a free credit card knife without the headache. Ive heard some awesome things about it and my mate got great success with it.

  5. For guys that use steels to sharpen and don't care about a sharp knife cause they never have had a scarry sharp knife.

  6. i think a exellent hunting knife should be 10cm + long and should be thick whit a good grip and razor sharp for perfect skinning

  7. For a long time I use knives from Arno Bernard and time proved their quality. They are absolutely perfect and fantastic to hold.

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