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    Anyone have any experience with this type of shucker?

    http://www.georgiaoysterknife.com/Pa...ter-Knife.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by statusquo View Post
    Anyone have any experience with this type of shucker?

    http://www.georgiaoysterknife.com/Pa...ter-Knife.html
    I have one like it, works good, I like the antique look to them. This one is made by Carolinashuckers,

    as I sad its a good knife but these guys make one better, I like this one the best from the knives they make

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    Built in bottle opener.... mmmmm nothing like a little oyster juice to go with my beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumblinman View Post
    Built in bottle opener.... mmmmm nothing like a little oyster juice to go with my beer.
    You have just awoken a strong craving for a lots of oysters and beer.

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    Prices are either high and pretty or low and simple.

    Thanks for you input.

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    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-anti...item20d74df5c2

    How much do you think this is worth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by smilesenpai View Post
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-anti...item20d74df5c2

    How much do you think this is worth?
    I have no clue but it looks like it would look awesome in a rehandle!

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    That ebay thing looks more like an eraser. I have an old Sab one that looks similar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaneg View Post
    Here in nz we have our bluff oyster, which is a dredge oyster, quite nice but a short season.
    Anyway they have an oyster opening competition which was won by the same guy 7 years in a row, something like 50 in under 3 minutes.
    He has designed his own knife, the handle is shaped like a gun so to speak, i managed to get one he had made, its awesome, the leverage you can get makes it easy to open.
    You can see its shape below
    Now that is creative thinking with Oyster shucking, break out the Steinlager

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    This pistol grip oyster shucking knife was designed by and is used by former world oyster chmpion and Guinness record older (38 in 1 minute) Patrick McMurry of Starfish in Toronto.
    http://www.shuckerpaddy.com/wp-conte...ales-Page1.jpg

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