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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-04-2013, 12:18 AM Thread Starter
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Post Fleshing Knife

I'm always looking for something better. As far as fur handling, I've been using the Blue English fleshing knife and is a very good knife. But, everybody always talks about the Necker 600 and thought about getting one. Then, I heard about the Post fleshing knife. Well, I was driving back home from work and thought I would stop at Coon Creek Trapping Supply in Tionesta. I purchased one and what a beautiful knife! I will be real anxious to try it this fall.


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If you wanna sell that Blue English Knife, I would take it off of your hands.
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Can't decide between the Post or the Caribou. I've never had anything but a cheapo knife, but I'd like to at least try a good one to see what all the fuss is about.


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Post, worth every penny.
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Re: Post Fleshing Knife

I'm probably going to end up with a post too......I have had enough of this Necker knife that I have been using for a long time, I actually use my cheap ones more than the Necker because I dislike it that much....

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It's funny, you never do see a used Post for sale, but Neckers pop up all the time.
The Caribou has a really flexible blade compared to the Post. Some like it, some don't.


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Re: Post Fleshing Knife

I use the necker, but would like to try the post..... Can anyone describe the benefits of the post (ie type of steel, characteristics, etc)? Dave's a great guy!

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I use the necker, but would like to try the post..... Can anyone describe the benefits of the post (ie type of steel, characteristics, etc)? Dave's a great guy!
Maybe the link below will help.

http://www.postknives.com/

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How much is a Post?
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How much is a Post?
I paid around $80.00. Not cheap but an excellent quality knife. Everybody that owns one cannot say a bad thing about it. Try to find a used one, you can't.

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