Deer hunting knives #6 / Bravo1, BJ125, and a Japanese hunting knife

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Comments on Deer hunting knives #6 / Bravo1, BJ125, and a Japanese hunting knife

December 2, 2010

virtuovice @ 4:24 am #

@sebenzalover It’s a difficult question for me. They are similar and different. BJ125 is a heavy knife. Custom skinner is a light knife. BJ125 has very shallow edge angle. Custom skinner has fairly deep edge angle. In actual practice Custom skinner skins wider area effectively and comfortably in a single stroke. Ant it cuts the back straps off the bone at a higher speed from its a bit shallower belly and a bit longer reach. Its long handle is preferable. The custom skinner is better for me.

sebenzalover @ 4:29 am #

What do you like better? The black jacl 125 or barkriver custom skinner?

Tanrichguy @ 4:33 am #

@virtuovice well, I appreciate you making these videos-I enjoy learning about your hunting techniques. I know that hunters here carry pistols chambered in 10mm or .44 magnum in case of bear encounters. I know that you are not able to own handguns which is unfortunate. Enjoy the rest of the season-be safe.

virtuovice @ 4:43 am #

@torquefactory Thank you! I am uploading the summary from #5 to #8 now. I hope it will be useful.

virtuovice @ 5:36 am #

@Tanrichguy Any of my hunting friends are not interested in YouTube at all. I am curious about it. Anyways I have ever met a brown bear twice. First I was fly fishing, and it went away. Second I was driving a car, and it went away, too. If I meet a bear in hunting, I will surely give it bullets. I have heard the skin of bears is very thick for weak bullets though. Thanks.

torquefactory @ 5:40 am #

Wako is the best hunting knife tester in the world! I expect soon the knives summary #5 to # ……! ご親切にありがとうございます

Tanrichguy @ 5:58 am #

Hello again from New York. Does your hunting companion have a YouTube name? You should introduce him in a video.
That bear track in the mud was huge! Have you ever encountered the bears on your hunting expeditions?

virtuovice @ 6:10 am #

@traderjoes Yes, I will show you how we eat them some day soon. Thanks!

traderjoes @ 6:15 am #

Wako, what do you do with the back straps? Can you show us? Thanks!

virtuovice @ 6:35 am #

@Wyndstarthedruid I have 2 pieces of cKc Hunter ( modified Belt Knife ). I already know its superiority, so at the beginning of the season when I can get deers easily I didn’t use the cKc. I still have some more knives which have priority to be tested in the field. The cKc will appear soon. Thanks!

Wyndstarthedruid @ 6:42 am #

what ever happened to the CKC knives, i i would really like to see a comparison between the CKC hunter and the bravo 1, i think the CKC would do better. what do you think?

stefanwolf88 @ 7:40 am #

I used to try Black jack 1-7 on wild hog – just to try – to big… 125 is something diferent ;)

TheM115e @ 7:46 am #

Thank you great video.

sae1095hc @ 8:20 am #

Wako-san ichi ban knife tester on YouTube!

stripymccatpuss @ 9:17 am #

We in Scotland rarely dress the deer in the field…

We drag it back and do the work at home

Good vid mate !

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