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Anyone used one of these?

They advertise T6Mov Stainless Steel. Anyone know if this steel is any good?

I'm looking at the Stag Skinner model.


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Mine is as sharp as a razor. It has been to Africa on 5 Safaris and is my go to knife. My trackers and skinners have all tried to get it from me in one way or another, but I have managed to bring it home with me each time, safe and sound. The first time that it was used over there it was used to help skin and cut up my 7000 pound hippo. I would sharpen it occasionally when the skinner who was using it asked me. (Others were assisting him of course.) The sheath still carrries the blood stains from that experience.
 
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Thanks for the info. I just received one and plan to test it out on elk this year.

Is yours the short blade skinner with stag handles?


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Mine is the large stag hunter that has a 6" blade and is 10 7/8" in length. You won't be disappointed in the Boker as long as you take care of it. Enjoy!
 
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Thanks


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