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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-05-2011, 08:21 PM Thread Starter
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Outdoor Edge Knives

Has anyone used the Outdoor Edge Butchering Kits? Seems like a good deal if the knives hold an edge.
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-06-2011, 04:34 AM
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Let us know.

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Let me know too! I have the SwingBlade made by OE and it works well.

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Re: Outdoor Edge Knives

just curious...but why? seems like alot of packaging and extra junk that isn't needed at all. I honestly quarter my deer with a buck 110, and i do my finish work with a boning knife and slicing knife i got from Sams Club in a blister pack for 9 bucks. they hold wicked edges and i've got very little money tied up. I don't even like to consider the cost of the buck in the mix...granted, i don't have a nice case for them but they spend most of their time inthe butcher block anyway. I think they are Mundial brand with the NSF bacteria resistant microbac handles. I like them ALOT.

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Re: Outdoor Edge Knives

I have the kit and like it alot ! Easy to sharpen and holds its edge very well. Everything is always there when you need it.
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