The CQB blog of the KORA Research Group. You should investigate this thoroughly.
What are you hunting Rich, training partners ????
This knife does not cut the mustard !
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I have to agree with the first two comments, you need to upgrade my friend! You should browse the knives page over at Sportsman's guide. I got my Puma from there a few years back and its served me well over the years.
I do like some short bladed knives. Here is link to show one I will get sometime (The Carolina Skinner, 7 1/8" long and 2.5" blade) Probably should be soon because I don't think Tops makes it any longer....http://davesknifeworld.com/topscarolinaskinner-micartahandlekydexsheath-instocknow.aspx
That looks like a good knife Ed.I am still lol at your reply re the girl scout knife on Steve's blog. Very funny, it made my day.Kind RegardsRichard
I'm glad you liked it Richard. Around where I live they always come in pairs and with their moms so I give them a wide berth....Steve must have got lucky - only ran into one....still, a nice trophy :)
Here is another knife I thought you might like Richard....http://www.smkw.com/webapp/eCommerce/products/boker+knife/Boker%C2%AE+Plus%26%23153%3B+MTT+Mega+Tanto+Tip+with+G-10+Handle/BKBO274.htmlSmokey Mountain Knife Works has some better prices on a lot of knives. Cheers!
Woah, it looks cute and handy haha! The size of your hunting knife makes it possible to bring it anywhere, and it seems perfect for gutting fishes or cutting small twigs in the wild. I also have a hunting knife with the standard size of 12 inch. It is kind of heavy, but it is very useful outdoors.Kisha Kitchens
Looking so nice!!! I like this.But there is no enough info about this knife.Users cannot benefited from this post who want to buy this info.
I suspect mine is no longer made but I got it from these guys, who are based in Spain. http://www.mmuela.com/productos_ing/114/skinner-knife-mouse7a-muela