Deer hunting knives #86 / cKc Field Knife & Mr. Itou Custom Hunter

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Comments on Deer hunting knives #86 / cKc Field Knife & Mr. Itou Custom Hunter

October 18, 2012

virtuovice @ 4:13 am #

Yes. The sub species is Ezo Sika deer larger than? regular Sika deer. Thanks.

waikarimoana @ 5:00 am #

Too right mate,too? right.

1NSTYL @ 5:15 am #

stick to Rusa Tony, this looks way? to cold!!

waikarimoana @ 5:20 am #

Good day,just wondering if those deer were Sika? deer.Thanks mate,and well done.

mz9393mz @ 5:56 am #

Looks like the CKC Field Knife and Bark River Fox River are poised for a face-off. Comparing the two might be interesting in terms of the? the handle shapes, which are very different.

virtuovice @ 6:43 am #

The recent 2 earthquakes were related the quake last year. There happened no damages from the recent quakes. I recently experienced the dish made from the tendinous portion of? venison. Which was the soup boiled for 6 hours. I now have 50 pound fresh venison and will have my wife make it. Thanks.

virtuovice @ 6:50 am #

I once used the Bark River Canadian Special knife? and didn’t like it. Some knife people have recommended me the Grohmann knives as a Canadian product. But I personally won’t like its edge line as I didn’t like the BR Canadian Special. I know the total ergonomics are very different each other though. Thanks.

kalinix79 @ 6:52 am #

Nice stags, love your vids. By? the way, ther is nothing new from your side lately, I know there were some earthquakes some days ago, I hope you and your family as well as all the other people there are OK. Miss your reviews. Also when will be a new dish vid? All the best.

ryanrrx @ 7:01 am #

its a great video, thankyou for sharing with us wakou! ????? +? ***** hehehehehe :D ?

Romanlegionnaire77 @ 7:11 am #

the Thrive is suberb…looking for one? for quite some time. Great video as usual!

kagemurai @ 7:15 am #

hey Wako, could you make a review on the Grohmann? DH Russell #1 carbon? Of cause you would have to do some reprofiling as on most knifes, but I´d love to hear your opinion onthat knife,
Thank you

Stacey Tdi @ 7:50 am #

Thanks for your response. I just have two knives but the only one that matters is my ESEE Junglas….. I have a Mora but I only camp/backpack. I’m? in Toronto so my Buck hunting days are over lol… you have turned my eye to the Gunny and a couple others as collectible/useable and I thank you for that as well.

virtuovice @ 8:37 am #

We have some excellent? custom knife makers in Japan. But their knives are astonishingly pricey. The Itou knife would cost $600 or more. It was gifted from my friend as a reward for guiding him for a big stag. American makers make good knives for relatively affordable prices except for the Randall. I like the Bark River edge most. Thanks.

Stacey Tdi @ 8:57 am #

I notice you seem to favour? a lot of knives from the US, but I thought Japan made amazing knives. Am I incorrect with this assumption?

wufwufwufwuf @ 9:33 am #

yer? can see ya point buddy thx

johnwoodz1220 @ 10:00 am #

…very good when you hold it. I’ve got a Thrive on order. a? thinner one than yours Wako. A 4ml 5″ one.

johnwoodz1220 @ 10:00 am #

The cKc Field Knife is one of my favourite knife designs. It has a good straight part and then the curved belly to the tip, but instead of the spine gradually tapering to reach the drop point it drops off quick and you get a more thinner, more usefull blade that can turn quickly. It also is good for batoning through 2 inch wood limbs and? is also good for cutting up food. I use this knife for everything I can find an excuse to. It changes grip quick and the handle is very good and it feels ….

johnwoodz1220 @ 10:33 am #

The cKc Field Knife is one of my favourite knife designs. It has a good straight part and then the curved belly to the tip, but instead of the spine gradually tapering to reach the drop point it drops off quick and you get a more thinner, more usefull blade that can turn quickly. It also is good for batoning through 2 inch wood limbs and is also good for cutting up food. I use? this knife for everything I can find an excuse to. It changes grip quick and the handle is very good and it feels ….

espaceblank @ 10:58 am #

Good point but be careful to? your measure!!

virtuovice @ 10:58 am #

They were walking in a row. When I killed the top deer, the following 2 deer stopped behind it. Then I killed the second deer and the last deer ran up 50 yards and stopped there. And? then I killed it. The first deer was the largest and it must have been the leader of the bunch. Thanks.

brutusbruno @ 11:03 am #

How do? you get 3 deer in one small area like that?

virtuovice @ 11:42 am #

Buck? Vanguard wood handle and Buck BuckLite Max large. I will compare them next chance. Thanks.

SimmoAusful @ 12:01 pm #

Does anyone have any suggestions as to a decent skinning knife for a relatively cheap price? Prices here in Australia are ridiculous for the high end brands. Thanks? in advance!

madhatterjc1 @ 12:52 pm #

Check out Svord Drop Point 3.34″…. its just a classic design. You can see many small variations on it if you look for them, its probably a? variation on something else too.

TheBladebuster @ 1:35 pm #

The wonders of internet. That Thrive came all the way from NZ then to? US then to Japan. It traveled more miles that I ever flown in a year :)

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