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    I Just Bought An Old Timer Sharpfinger.


    The knife is a lot stouter, than what I thought that it would be, and it is very sharp; it was just what I was looking for. I got it on purpose, since I was looking for a small sheath knife, that was very sharp.
    I have it on my Real Tree game pouch right now, while I sit here writing this. I got the pouch so that I could carry a lot of stuff on my waist. And I got the knife, so that I could grab it when needed for dogs and thugs.

    PS: I paid $20 for it at Wal-Mart, but it is listed $13.50 on Amazon. My knife has a heavy leather sheath, and it is classy looking, just like the one in the video. Some of them have a nylon sheath, which is crappy looking.
    So be careful of special deals, they may not be all that they are purported {alleged} to be.
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    I like it!!!!!!!!
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    THAT looks to be a VERY handy tool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawgrider View Post
    I like it!!!!!!!!
    Ditto
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    I used a friend's Sharp Finger for skinning an Elk once. It did an excellent job, held an edge well and was easy to touch up in the field.

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