What’s your favorite boner?

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  1. Aug 31, 2019 #61

    Danzo

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    This came in the mail today. Seems like a pretty decent piece for 50 bucks.
    It’s full tang, exposed all around making it seem more robust than the vicinox rosewood. Quite a bit stiffer too. Nice big handle. This example has two different tones in the wood on the left and right side. Kind of goofy looking but whatever!

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  2. Aug 31, 2019 #62

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    Made from an HRC70 HighSpeedSteel sawblade :)

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    Regards

    Uwe
     
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    I will take it!!!
     
  5. Aug 31, 2019 #65

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    Use these three.

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    Suntravel is in the house! There must be 2 Uwe‘s, can’t believe with all your specific output over at KMS you find the Time to spread knowledge here as well... salute!
     
  7. Oct 26, 2019 #67

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    I used a new De Clercq 5-inch curved boning knife on my deer this year and highly recommend the maker. One of the few custom makers that specializes in basic meat cutting style knives. He will be at Bladeshow West next weekend. www.dqknives.com
     
  8. Oct 26, 2019 #68

    Don Nguyen

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    Oh, I see my horrendous boner jokes have made their way in here...
     
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    Which one is Bevis and who is Butthead?
     
  10. Oct 26, 2019 #70

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    I have thrown a look in his online shop. the curved boning knife looks damn good! unfortunately it is out of stock. I hope that it can be ordered again in a few weeks ..

    Thank you for this recommendation.
     
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    I met him last year at Blade Show West and bought a 12-inch steaking knife from his table. That was used on my deer in 2018. I liked the knife enough to put in an order for a boning knife and maybe 6 months later he e-mailed it was ready. Like a lot of makers, its always better if you can buy off their table at a show.
     
  13. Oct 27, 2019 #73

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    To those who have used both: how does the silverthorne compare to the victorinox curved?
     
  14. Oct 28, 2019 #74

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    Silverthorn has no bolster to keep your hand from sliding onto the edge but the handle is very grippy. Silverthorn has a narrower tip, better edge retention and sharpens easier. I like the forschner handle better.
     
  15. Oct 28, 2019 #75

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    These are the boning/fillet knives that have seen the most restaurant time...

    Rowe damascus

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    Scholl damascus

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    Old favorite 'Doc' Gundersen in O1

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    St Amour in stainless

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