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Here's my daddy's ol' Russel.  Skinned and butchered lots of bull moose (and, a few cows) with this lovely instrument.  You can still barely make out the Russell diamond, under just the right light.

It's still as sharp-looking as it is sharp-edged.  ;-)

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What a GREAT skinner!  The history makes it priceless, please be sure the next inheritor knows the history and a story or two :)

Thank for sharing this one with us, I love it!

Very interesting. We have moose here in Maine, he may not have gotten the moose in Tennessee. It is nice to see a great knife actually have been used, not just collected. I wonder the approximate year he bought it.  Smart man to get such a good knife.

Paul S  in mid-coast Maine

Indeed, we did not get our moosies inTN...!   

I spent a couple decades in the Last Frontier, and daddy was up there for more than thirty years... where moose tags were just an add-on to the hunting and fishing license, for residents.

We still get our moose roast and salmon steaks; but now they come courtesy of Alaska Airlines, along with our occasional visitors from back home.  ;-)

Paul S said:

Very interesting. We have moose here in Maine, he may not have gotten the moose in Tennessee. It is nice to see a great knife actually have been used, not just collected. I wonder the approximate year he bought it.  Smart man to get such a good knife.

Paul S  in mid-coast Maine

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