Gut Hook Knife Selection
Whether you're hunting trophies or food, a quality gut hook knife is a must. When it's time to skin an animal, you don't want to fight with a dull, useless blade. Before you load your truck or shoulder your rifle, make sure you're equipped with a high-quality gut hook knife from Knife Depot. Make short work of skinning, and get back in the hunt faster when you use the right gut hook for the job. When it comes to choosing a gut hook knife, you'll find plenty of options in our vast selection. Best of all, superior customer service reps are available to answer all your questions. Buy all your gut hook knives at Knife Depot, and see the difference quality and service can make in your next hunting trip.
My hand slid several times because of blood and slippery handle. Blade did a great job and knife did exactly what it designed to do but you may want design for no slip.
This is a beautiful knife, one of six Damascus knives I recently purchased as gifts. All but one were made by the same people and all where beautiful. It fits great in the palm, finger hole is perfectly positioned. Came well oiled. Wooden handle is smooth and has a beautiful grain. Recipient absolutely loved it.
Quality knife, well balanced, not to bulky. Meets all my expectations.
Zipper , is a great name for this knife. Buck sharpens both sides of the gut blade, and it does indeed, open deer up like a zipper. The knife takes, and holds a razor edge, (I also own and operate a Buck diamond sharpener) I use this one for field cleaning, and skinning, and a Buck Vangard(same knife, minus the gut hook) along with a Buck 102, 112, or 110 for processing my deer. (I love Buck knives, and own a bunch of them)
Just what I expected
Just what I expected
Love the knife very well made fast shipping i emailed them to see if they made sheath for knife they got right back with me will definitely be ordering from them again
Used it for around 2 seasons skinned around 20 whitetail.. Gut hook is now very dull. also find that my average height of 5"7 makes the leather sheath ride low on thigh when waking and sits high on the hip when driving and while sitting in tree stand. This Christmas I purchased the Buck 191BR Zipper hunting knife for my son. During a school day I borrowed my sons knife for an after noon doe hunt just few days before the season ends. So determined to season the blade of the Zipper and disappointed that 10 days of hunting with my son we came up empty handed. As the barometer reading readings indicate a slow and falling barometric pressure. I got dressed and the first thing recognized was that zipper felt like an extension to my hip un like the Case Cutlery Gut Hook Hunter. The balance of the Zipper in hand noticeable due to the curvature and brass ending on the handle. The e Zipper is extremely sharp and produced some of the cleanest cuts while skinning and quartering a late season Doe on the forest during the night . Do not get me wrong I like my case as and many other skinning knives. My all time favorite knife and most seasoned is the Browning 322-608 Kodiak Twin-Blade Field .
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