Who makes the muskrat? Any other opinions?skipmaster1 said:Ka-Bar little fin is the best I've seen. the steel is very good and it keeps an edge. It's a great knife for small and large game. If I wanted JUST a small game knife it would be a folder like the "muskrat"
Bow_Rep said:You are in luck seeing that you are in Canada!!
Look up a company out of Pictou, NS called Grohmann. They make the DH Russell Belt Knife in a variety of styles. The #1 selling model is the one that George Herter's copied and is widely known as the "Guide's Knife".
Of all knife designs, this is the most practical hunting/fishing knife to be found (cutting, whittling, personal defense, gutting, camp chores, etc). The drop point is great for gutting, the blade material and hardness is a great balance for a hunting tool. Check it out...I believe that you would like it if you tried it. I have had mine since 1970 and would not part with it.
I have to agree. most of what I own are Shrade/Old Timer. I have been useing since I can remember, probably because that what i remember my Dad using. I like Gerber just as well. Buck is last on my list. No particular reason other than that is just how it is.Bowtech_05 said:Gerber, Old Timer, and Bucks...my top three favorites