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Thread: Cutco Stalkers Knife on Special Offer!

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    Cutco Stalkers Knife on Special Offer!

    Cutco Stalkers Knife on Special Offer!

    Hiya,

    If anyone is looking to buy a Cutco drop point knife as used by Chris Howard on the BDS Gralloching DVD then The Cutting Edge is selling them for 50 instead of 60 at the moment

    http://www.cutco.co.uk/html/special_offers.php

    Phi

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    good to know but.........is it just me or does that seem expensive for a plastic handled larder knife?

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    Bloody eapensive get a victranox or a cliper and they are far beter. IFACT FOR THAT PRICE GET 12

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    No No No You have no idea how much they are worth If Chris Howard used one in his gutting video then it must be worth a fortune.
    Just think how much better you will be able to carry out the Gralloch if you use the same knife as him
    Mind you Clippers are good too

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    I bought one a while back but to be honest I'm not that impressed with it. The blade is a bit too bulky for my liking. It now lives in my RTA box and my trusty old carbon bladed Mora clipper is the one I still carry!
    MS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkey Spanker View Post
    I bought one a while back but to be honest I'm not that impressed with it. The blade is a bit too bulky for my liking.
    That was my thinking when I saw it too, a bit too broad for doing the intricate bits. In the BDS video he says it has a plastic insert in the scabbard too... however there is no mention of it in the link above so I guess this doesn't come as standard.

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    Points taken gentlemen.

    My dad was a butcher and meat inspector and since he gave me my first pen knife at the age of seven (fifty five years ago) I have found it difficult to resist things which are sharp and shiny!! (Including a few women who could be described as such!!)

    Consequently I have several different makes of knives, Boker, EKA, Kershaw, Helle, Karesuando, Mora, Frost, Gerber, Puma, Buck, Victorinox and one or two others including a damascus bladed knife that I bought at the Newark show a couple of weeks ago from two Pakistani guys for a mere 35!

    It just crossed my mind that if anyone else feels the 'urge' to buy yet ANOTHER knife, then they might as well save a few quid.

    Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by csl View Post
    That was my thinking when I saw it too, a bit too broad for doing the intricate bits. In the BDS video he says it has a plastic insert in the scabbard too... however there is no mention of it in the link above so I guess this doesn't come as standard.
    It does, I succumbed to temptation and bought two drop point blades, one with conventional edge, one with a serrated edge both came with the removeable and dishwasher proof inserts in the scabbard.
    Great knives, good scabbards and big bright glowing hot orange non-slip handles, which is great cos I'd hate to lose one and buck knives etc just seem to hide in the grass ever so easy.
    However, I tend to carry a frost, bushwear or game fair special on my belt in the field and keep the Cutcos for the larder work.

    I'm a bit like Philwilk I think, I buy knives even when I don't really need one and have amassed quite a collection so far, but then again, you can never have too many knives (except in public and when talking to a cop of course) and you never know when you'll lose one and will need a spare............

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoshot View Post
    It does, I succumbed to temptation and bought two drop point blades, one with conventional edge, one with a serrated edge both came with the removeable and dishwasher proof inserts in the scabbard.
    That's definitely worth knowing, thanks. A significant selling point for stalkers, you'd think they'd mention it!

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    I didn't even care!
    I mean why would I/anyone? I just put that one in there tongue in cheek like.
    They're ok knives, hold a good edge, but no better or worse than half a hundred other brands.
    Like I said, I use a bushwear knife that someone gave to me in the field cos I don't have to cry if I lose it.
    the handle is feckin day-glo orange and is seriously non-slip, but then again, so are loads of others.
    As for buying it cos Chris Howard uses it, well, if it's good enough for crusty...........

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