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    Field Knife

    Looking to spend around 70 on a knife to carry out stalking and mainly use in the field,
    On roe. Have looked though the previous posts but not reley sure wat to get any ideals?

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    Are the swingblades any good? Wat about gut hooks?

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    get a 4.99 bright day glo orange stainless bush knife from Bushwear.co.uk
    ....you wont loose it
    ....and a 7.99 bush saw

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    If for some reason you WANT to spend alot on a knife up it and go for a Falkniven (http://www.moonrakerknives.co.uk/fallknivenh.html) or
    cold steel copy of a Falkniven http://www.moonrakerknives.co.uk/coldsteelh.html
    maybe even a EKA (http://www.moonrakerknives.co.uk/ekanordic.html)

    A cheap Mora will do as said by others if you want to keep costs down.

    ATB

    Matt

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    EKA swingblade, great knife, I have mine in bright orange, nice rubberised handle, my old man even bought himself one after using mine.

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    +1 for the EKA swingblade great knife done 2 does with it last week and it did everything needed of it plus pretty easy to keep sharpe.

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    Another for the EKA swingblade!

    I have two of them, I carry a spare in my roe sack just in case. Having gralloched deer in the dark I would now never have anything but a bright handled knife, black ones are far easier to lose in the dark.

    ​Simon
    Blindness to suffering is an inherent consequence of natural selection. Nature is neither kind nor cruel but fiercely indifferent.

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    They have a G3 version now which has a lanyard hole and comes in bright yellow, only sharpened mine once in the 3-4 years I've had it, such a great knife.

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    EKA swingblades are great. But if you can do without the gut hook there are plenty of fixed blades that will do the job for much less cash.

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