You’ll be happy with Rapid River Knife Works. The skinner model works quite well.Been looking at these, just can't make my mind up on wich one. I am looking into getting a new bow built this year and want to use the same woods in my new knife handle.. Think it would be kinda cool. View attachment 299320 View attachment 299322 View attachment 299324 View attachment 299325
They do make nice knives. They ran a knife giveaway on MS several years back. Never won one, but thought it was nice of them, so I decided to support them. Think this was called fin and feather. Has seen a lot of use. My case just edges it out, because there is some sentimental value.You’ll be happy with Rapid River Knife Works. The skinner model works quite well.
I also have carried the same pocket knife for longer then I can remember. It's a little buck knife .Looks or function? I have no idea what kind of knife it was but my dad carried the same pocket knife for as long as I can remember, close to 50 years, 365 days/year. Rattling around in his pocket with keys and change the bone sides wore off so he fashioned new ones out of wood, several times that I know of. He could field dress a deer with that thing as fast or faster than anyone I know and small game cleaned PDQ. That thing was always sharp as a fillet knife because of quick touchups on a regular basis. I sure wish I knew where that priceless old knife was so I could pass it on to the next generation.
To me, memories are what eventually makes a favorite hunting knife. FM