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I know a lot of ya'll have that special hunting knife that you use more than all the rest. It may be an old one, or one handed down from family members. Maybe it's a custom, made to your specs. Well, what ever it is, I know ya'll have one and I'd love to see them. I think, a lot of our members would too. If you have one to hunt deer and another to hunt birds, that's fine, let's see them all. Please.

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Robert, I think my favorite hunting knife - in a fixed blade - is the PIC Soligen that I posted in the fixed blade site. When I get home I will try to post it here. It is small enough to use on small game and large enough to use on big game. I prefer my Old Timer Muskrat for cleaning game, but if I were to use a fixed blade it would be my PIC.

By the way: this knife was given to me by my wifes Grandpa in Michigan who has since passed away.

Ken Spielvogel said:

Robert, I think my favorite hunting knife - in a fixed blade - is the PIC Soligen that I posted in the fixed blade site. When I get home I will try to post it here. It is small enough to use on small game and large enough to use on big game. I prefer my Old Timer Muskrat for cleaning game, but if I were to use a fixed blade it would be my PIC.

Robert,

Although Donnie no longer hunts he still has his hunting knives in the safe.  I will get some pics this week

Oh Bless Ya'll, I'll post some of mine too. A knife handed down by family members is always a treasure. 

I haven't hunted for many years, but when I did I carried one just like this one. A Craftsman Golden Spike Bowie. I wish I still had it.

Wow Craig, that's nice, I've never seen one like that before. I love clip points. It looks like a "Getter Done" knife.

That was back in the days when Sears had a full gun department! I bought guns and knives there. At that time all/most of the Craftsman knives were made by Schrade. I loved that fixed blade. It went everywhere with me in the woods.

This is my favorite squirrel hunting knife, but I also bring it deer hunting sometimes. My wife bought it for me for Christmas one year. They made it according to my specks.

What a great knife from a loving wife. 

Cool Robert! Who's the maker, I can't make it out?

It's a small Treeman knife.

Sweet Knife Robert!

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