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Boning Knife - Recommendation

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    My brother is now stalking on a regular basis, and as Christmas is approaching... seems a boning knife would be a good gift. 
     

    What do people use, or what’s for sale?

     

    Thanks in advance 

     

    Andy

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    1 minute ago, bornfree said:

    Victorinox 

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    Victorinox Fibrox Boning Knife Straight Wide Blade 15cm

     

    You can have all the fancy named, pretty looking things and pay allot of money but ive used these for too long to mention. 

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    Having worked in a butchers in days gone by stick with a traditional straight butchers boning knife. There is a reason they have stood the test of time.

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    15 hours ago, Dougy said:

    Id personally go for the straight type. But each to their own.

    Me too, I have this one but a red handle not the lurid pink as shown, keeps an edge and easy to sharpen has done loads of deer up to highland stags and is a good fish filleting knife too as the blade is not too flexible like some filleting knives are

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    Whilst a boning knife is good you could also consider a good butchers saw, a vac packer, mincer, sausage stuffer, meat slicer, red high density chopping board or at the cheaper end blue nitrile gloves, vac pack bags, labels and pen, plastic see through boxes to keep all the butchery stuff in a clean state in a shed or garage - the list goes on. 

    Also consider a set such as this https://www.tamarackoutdoors.co.uk/PBSCProduct.asp?ItmID=9530312  - they are not the best nor the worst knives in the world and do need a touch on the steel regularly - the big advantage is that they come with a belt and holders so when you are skinning and butchering your knives are to hand rather than being put down somewhere just out of reach or being accidently knocked on the floor thus requiring cleaning.

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