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    canadian belt knife pattern

    Anyone have users experience with the candian belt knife patter and how you like it for deer hunting?

    I'm looking at the grohman 1 or 3 or a knives of alaska yukon pattern.
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    Bark river makes some good ones. I have a downsized model that I carry in my pocket. I have it in a kydex sheath without a belt loop in my pocket right now. I do not have a full sized model but from what I can tell they are a great do everything knife.

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    I go to Canada later this year and will definitely be buying a Grohmann No.1 belt knife. I try to by a 'traditional' knife from every country I go to as a memento.

    I've handled a No.1 before and I can't see any reason why it wouldn't make an excellent 'deer knife' (although I haven't used it on deer). It just sits nicely in the hand and has a purposeful looking blade.
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    I have one in the kitchen. The 4 inch blade is very comfortable to use. I think you will be surprised how useful it is.
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    I picked up my Russel belt knife when I was stationed in Canada from 1971 to 1975, still have it. still love it. Light weight and comfortable. Holds an edge,
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    I don't have one (yet) but there is probably a reason they are so popular.
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    I assume you guys are using the #1 traditional pattern?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubbaJon View Post
    No. That is similar.

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