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    has anyone purchased some the good the bad... and other suggestions....looking for xmas presents to myself...

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        you know Skip that when I get my knife/s I will be coming out to practice filleting in your chiller...

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        • El-Skippo
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          Originally posted by Taz" post=39996
          you know Skip that when I get my knife/s I will be coming out to practice filleting in your chiller...
          :lol: :lol: :lol:

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        Originally posted by Taz" post=39664
        has anyone purchased some the good the bad... and other suggestions....looking for xmas presents to myself...
        You know me i only use one knife for all and that's a 5" boner Swibo. Sure there's many shape's and design's around that all do a certain job.

        Here are some kit's. Sadly most come in 6" and longer :S I just find them a pain on small stuff but great for like Camel, donkey, horse, cow etc ( the big stuff. )

        $140+ this kit look's good for a novice has some good useful stuff in it http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Outdoor-Edge-Game-Processor-Butcher-Knife-Hunting-Kit-12pc-Case-/161160313181?pt=AU_Hunting&hash=item2585e7395d&_uhb=1

        Swibo: good knife's, ok steel ( Mate has this kit ) but his is 4 year's old so unsure if newer kit came out with a finer steel.
        http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/SWIBO-5-PC-FARM-BUTCHER-SET-WITH-AUSSIE-HEAVY-CANVAS-WRAP-SWISS-HARD-STAINLESS-/321000910501?pt=AU_Hunting&hash=item4abd252ea5&_uhb=1

        F-dick = Good knife's, good steel, Buut a crap wrapping pouch. ( not that's a bad thing as you can replace later on )
        http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/F-Dick-6-Piece-Pro-Dynamic-Knife-Set-Butcher-Chef-Apprentice-Highest-Quality-/161015517890?pt=AU_Hunting&hash=item257d45d2c2&_uhb=1

        D&R : Not a fan off there straight taper bonner's ( can hang up a bit ) when de bonning abart from that there skinner's are good just like anyother ( unsure of steel never used one. )
        http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/DEXTER-RUSSELL-6-PCE-PRO-BUTCHER-BONER-SKINNER-SET-/221329341144?pt=AU_Hunting&hash=item338841bad8&_uhb=1

        http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Diamond-Knife-Sharpening-Steel-Oval-section-Sharpener-12-Bar-/251394615055?pt=UK_Kitchen_Accessories&hash=item3a8849670f&_uhb=1
        A diamond steel is a good bit of kit to be had ( this is the one i have in my ute ) Cheap but dose the job, 600 grit ( it'll feel rough as gut's the first few time's using it ) But she'll come good after a few use's. Not the best steel but a good cheap steel to get the job done when you don't have a stone on hand. Press hard to work the edge, lightly go over to hone it a bit, then give it a lick with the fine steel.

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          I purchased all my knives separately as I wanted a few different ones. As per the photo, there is a Block knife, Boner, Lamb skinner, Dickron micro steel, Skinning knife, diamond lap stone and flex skinner. The steel was $150 and diamond plate plate about $70 and are the two best items I have ever bought. You can put an edge on a butter knife with these 2. The roll I got from Double D leather on Ebay.

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