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Old 09-04-2017, 11:04 PM   #1
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Nice size Benchmade skinning blade and very sharp.
Will put up some picks of mine before the weekend.

http://blog.bladeops.com/benchmade-hunt-15001-2-saddle-mountain-skinner-knife-review.html


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Saddle Mtn Skinner.
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My skinner is part of a 5 piece kit that included a bone saw...

Can't find any pictures...got to rectify that.
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