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I've only seen these available through Baryonyx Knife Company. Baryonyx's owner, Ben Bouchard, is a great guy, very knowledgeable, informative, helpful. Baryonyx is a knife & tool company worth supporting, & I encourage everyone to do just that! And by the way, this Rinaldi is incredible for debarking, chopping, and splitting kindling. It makes a great draw knife, too. Next time I need to quarter a chicken, I'll let you know how it performs!

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Comment by Jan Carter on October 20, 2020 at 13:30

 debarking, chopping, and splitting kindling. It makes a great draw knife, too.

That makes it pretty well rounded in uses for me.  Since the downsizing everything has to do extra duties 


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Comment by dead_left_knife_guy on October 19, 2020 at 19:22

Well, I haven't had to quarter any chickens since I posted this.  Oooh, but maybe the Thanksgiving turkey...?  ;)

Still, I really like this knife.  It's like a smaller, more elegant version of the Cold Steel Slant Tip Machete.  While the Falci is no slouch, I'd still take the Cold Steel Slant Tip in a zombie apocalypse (especially since the Slant Tip is also made in a version that's 21" long, with a two-handed handle -- they call it the All Terrain Chopper -- about half the price of the Falci too, but now discontinued).  The Falci just has a bit more of a country feel to it, & I don't have any complaints about it at all.

Sometimes you just have to go with what appeals to you.

Comment by Jan Carter on October 19, 2020 at 10:26

OK I may be late to the table but i have to know how the chicken went

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