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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 12-04-2010, 02:36 AM Thread Starter
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Which Case Brand knife do you guys think is the best all-around knife for hunting PA critters?

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I purchased from Shepard Hill Cutlery a few years ago, one of their "XX Changer" knife's. These knifes come with three blades that you can change out of the handle, (and once they are in the handle, they don't come out until you want them to come out).

If you click the above link, you have several options of which three blades you want. There blades are made of top quality steel and hold an edge through out the field dressing and skinning and quartering of a deer. I can tell you that for a fact!!

Good quality product made up in Bradford PA!! Support the local's!! And all of that for around $100. I don't think you can find a better one.

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Wow, you'll have to get really close to hunt with a knife! Better go with the scent lock camo also.
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Guys, I'm talking about CASE Brand knives...and they are also made in PA. I'm trying to decide on which model to buy.

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Sethwood, cool little knife. I wish they would make them with YOUR deer's antler.

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I love my case knife. i have had it for awhile now. i forget exactly which one it has the interchangable drop, field, saw, and fillet. best part my dad got it for me. i think it was for 20 years at work. he let me pick it out. $100 knife for free cant beat that. it is a very good quality knife.
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Sethwood, cool little knife. I wish they would make them with YOUR deer's antler.
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Shepard Hill is a "Master Dealer" in Case Knifes. Of course, all they handle are Case Knifes made in Bradford Pa. This outfit (Shepard Hill) sells so many Case Knifes, that they have Case make custom runs of knifes just for them.

No other Master Dealer can get these custom Case Knive runs.

If you really want a handle made from a horn that you killed, I'd give 'em a call and ask. The most they could say is no...and the best they could say is yes.

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I've got the Black Lightweight Guthook Hunter (http://casexx.com/DisplayDetailPage.asp?ProductCode=532). I really like it, but would prefer a folding knife. I won the knife, so I can't complain. The XX Changer looks really cool.
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