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So my friend Kelly came over tonight and gifted me a knife with no stamps, roll marks, nothing. I Google Image searched it and still came up dry. I've been drinking, so it could be me. It looks like a skinning knife? Sharp as shiz too. She clipped her own finger fondling it before she brought it over and needed 2 stitches.

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So my friend Kelly came over tonight and gifted me a knife with no stamps, roll marks, nothing. I Google Image searched it and still came up dry. I've been drinking, so it could be me. It looks like a skinning knife? Sharp as shiz too. She clipped her own finger fondling it before she brought it over and needed 2 stitches.

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Damn, that's really nice.
 

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@CamoDeafie , that looks to be about it.

Handle fit isn't 100%. Looks warped, but I won't be using it for any chopping, so... For my taste, the blade is way too thick and stiff to be a boning knife, but I'm not a knife maker. I like it though. It'll definitely get put to use in the kitchen and go out with me as a skinning knife, along with the Havalon.
 

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So the knife came with a sausage and cheese gift box as well and I cut some read the newspaper thin slices with that knife.

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Those Serbian Chefs use funny looking knives. Doesn't look like any boning knife I've ever used. But hey, if it gets the job done...
What's the difference between a carbine and a rifle? The barrel, until the manufacturer calls it what they want.

What's the difference between a boning and a skinning knife? The blade, until the manufacturer called it what they want.

Like Havalon's skinning and boning blade...
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‍:duh: Who knows. That's why I have certain blade types I like for certain jobs in the kitchen. And a completely different set of knives for butchering.... animals...
 

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Ditto. I really like the upswept tip. Not a true drop point. Very graceful
To me it's more clip-point than drop point, or the bastard child of them...
 

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To me it's more clip-point than drop point, or the bastard child of them...
what are my odds of getting you to do a paper template and mail it to me? I ...dabble with making knives. Can't duplicate it exactly, (patents and legal stuff) but it would be a cool template to have and mess with
 

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what are my odds of getting you to do a paper template and mail it to me? I ...dabble with making knives. Can't duplicate it exactly, (patents and legal stuff) but it would be a cool template to have and mess with
Want to wait until the second one comes in for both templates?
 
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Want to wait until the second one comes in for both templates?
Works for me. I'm in no hurry. My stock arrives Sunday, so I'll be building a muzzleloader for the next couple months - between remodeling the kitchen and... How did I find time to go to work?
 
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