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Old 06-14-2008, 01:46 AM   #1
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Who makes that thick blade field knife the people use on that show. I know that it "looks" like several production run knives, but I can't find one definitive source claiming to be the knife maker for the show.

Does anyone know?

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Old 06-15-2008, 07:31 PM   #2
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JD- as pathetic as the participants have been on that show, think the knifemaker may have demanded their identity be concealed!

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JD- as pathetic as the participants have been on that show, think the knifemaker may have demanded their identity be concealed!
LMAO!!


Okay, that is worth +1 on the comedic value alone.... Well Played Sir!!

Honestly though, when I first saw that short handled, short bladed skinning knife, I was like "That's not a very good knife for that kind of environment". They had a close shot of how thick the back strap of the blade was and sharp it was cleaning that first goat big boy took down and I changed by tune.

I am interested, so if anyone knows who made the knives, it would be appreciated.

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