Deer hunting knives #36 / Karesuando Elk, Kimmo Sorvoja, & BR Fox River

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Comments on Deer hunting knives #36 / Karesuando Elk, Kimmo Sorvoja, & BR Fox River

April 28, 2011

virtuovice @ 4:26 am #

@Romanlegionnaire77 Karesuando hunting knives doesn’t have a long tang. I have 2 pieces of Karesuando knives. The both blade have bend from their handle to the same direction. It is left viewed from above and handle side. Left bend is not bad to me because I am right handed. The blade is bending surely but very stable at that angle. So I don’t care about it. They give us lifetime warranty about the bend during use. My bend was from the factory and slight, rather preferable to me. Thank you!

Romanlegionnaire77 @ 4:55 am #

In one of your videos you mentioned that one of the puukko knives you have thorough heavy use in hunting and not being full tong got a bend in the blade. Which knife was that? Thank you.

PS. Hope you are doing well. Best wishes!!!

suvarak @ 5:34 am #

Hi, really enjoyed your video. Yes, very good knives. I would advise Roselli (Finland), steel (UHC) HRC 64-66. This is not advertising, just read that the Russian hunters killed two wild boars, the frost-24C, was able to cut those problems without mascara, and a knife he did not disappoint. Here in Russia, many hunters are respected by Heimo Roselli.

haden2846 @ 6:24 am #

In SC we have over population problems with our deer. Season runs August 15- January 1. Deer damage crops and collide with cars causing incredible damage. I have seen heartbreaking die offs where the deer starve because there is not enough food to support them. Invasive coyotes are beginning to hurt our deer. One way we process our deer is by making burger with added beef fat. Makes great burgers (an American tradition), chili, soup, and spaghetti sauce . Now considering retirement on Hokkaido!

haden2846 @ 6:52 am #

In SC we have over population problems with our deer. Season runs August 15 _ January 1. Deer damage crops and collide with cars causing incredible damage. I have seen heartbreaking die offs where the deer starve because there is not enough food to support them. Invasive coyotes are beginning to hurt our deer. One way we process our deer is by making burger with added beef fat. Makes great burgers (an American tradition), chili, soup, and spaghetti sauce . Now considering retirement on Hokkaido!

MrVegaslive @ 7:03 am #

@1337powered How else is He suppose to test out those knives.
I’m wondering in which country the hunt was made?

parfumatu2003 @ 7:21 am #

Thank you for the answer. Spyderco bushcraft looks very impressive to me. I still don`t know if I should buy it or not. :) )

virtuovice @ 7:59 am #

@TheBladebuster I have never thought of carrying a kind of sledge in winter mountain hunting. It’s because I climb up the steep slope with dense trees to the ridge at first. Then the sledge will annoy me. In coming back with the load it will turn over and get useless soon in the mountain, not on the flat place. Thank you!

TheBladebuster @ 8:17 am #

On second thought – not a very good idea. I just realized that you are going through mountain and the sled will slide out of control on steep slopes and drag you with it.

TheBladebuster @ 8:20 am #

@virtuovice
Have you thought of bringing a kid’s toboggan on your solo winter hunting trip? You can choose a small one and attached it to your pack before the hunt, they’re light and you can use it as sled to carry the meat and the head. This will save you tremendous amount of energy. Just thought I throw this idea at you.

virtuovice @ 8:27 am #

@TheBladebuster This head was twice as heavy as the regular head. And the dragging resistance on the deep snow was pretty heavy. Anyhow if I went snow hunting with my friend by walk, deer would know hunters approaching them very early. So I like solo hunting and always go and stop on foot every 5 steps, then deer will mistake I can be a deer and watch me standing there. It’s the chance to shoot it. Thank you!

TheBladebuster @ 8:28 am #

@virtuovice
Can I be your employee? :-) I’ll even drag the stag head for you.

DroPsyDro @ 9:01 am #

@virtuovice ooops! Because of the missing head I confounded the hips with the shoulders!
ANYHOW! ;) Thanks for your answer!

drkknight614 @ 9:59 am #

Yes please please make a video of you reprofiling your new knife. Very educational, would love to see.

drkknight614 @ 10:24 am #

Yes please please make a video on reprofiling your new knife. Very educational, would love to see it.

virtuovice @ 11:17 am #

@1337powered We have a severe over populated deer problem here and have to control their population urgently. And deer hunting is just a hobby like trout fishing for me. I don’t have any ethical problem on it at all. The provincial government urges us to kill as many deer as possible. Thank you!

virtuovice @ 12:01 pm #

@DroPsyDro I first cut the thin muscle between the spine and the shoulder blade to reveal the neck portion of the backstraps which went under the shoulder. Thank you!

1337powered @ 12:33 pm #

Good vidoes, but dont you think killing an animal just for his head and a few meat strips isnt worth. I mean its disrespect to nature and unclever use of nature resources.

DroPsyDro @ 1:08 pm #

was this the hip joint you were cutting loose at the biginning of the dressing??? does the back strop go under it????
nice vids, like all of your vids!

MrSchpankme @ 1:31 pm #

Dir Sir, excellent knife review, I’ve never heard of the Karesuando #10; this knife looks to be very promising, but lacks the custom sheath offered by Kimmo Sorvoja. Today for me, saw the arrival of the Kimmo Sorvoja, I’m greatly impressed by the knife & sheath combo. Kindest regards.

MrSchpankme @ 2:24 pm #

Dir Sir, excellent knife review, I’ve never heard of the Karesuando #10; this knife looks to be very promising, but lacks the custom sheath offered by Kimmo Sorvoja. Today for me, saw the arrival of the Kimmo Sorvoja, I’m greatly impressed by the knife & sheath combo. Kindest regards.

virtuovice @ 2:27 pm #

@parfumatu2003 It seems to have 3.5 mm stock which is tough enough for bushcraft IMO. My O1 Enzo Trapper had the same thickness and higher Scandi grind. So the Spyderco Bushcraft must have deeper angle on its edge. My O1 Trapper took edge rolls contacting bones and I left it. My O1 Blind Horse Knives “Brumby” had lower Scandi grind than the Spyderco, so its sharpness was insufficient and I left it. Its edge didn’t take any problems though. The Spyderco seems between the two. Thank you!

virtuovice @ 3:02 pm #

@captainpegs07 Our family eat 1/3 of the meat all the year keeping it in our 2 big freezer. 1/3 go to my friends, and 1/3 go to one of my employee. She peels off the hardened part of the meat from aging and put sesame oil around the meat and wrap it with a plastic film and then keep it in the freezer. It’s space saving storage. While my wife put them into the freezer as a whole. But I don’t feel any problem on my wife’s storage. Thank you!

captainpegs07 @ 4:01 pm #

These videos are awesome! What do you do with all the meat? Certainly, you can’t eat all of that :)

parfumatu2003 @ 4:35 pm #

What do you think about Spyderco Bushcraft ? O1 steel.

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