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Old 09-08-2010, 06:36 PM   #1
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Knife for trimming spares, butts, and boning

I need a knife for turning spares into St. Louis style ribs, boning, and trimming fat off of butts. Every good knife I own is too large for trimming. I don't mind paying a bit more, as I hope to use it a lot.
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Old 09-08-2010, 08:42 PM   #2
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Re: Knife for trimming spares, butts, and boning

http://www.tackletogo.com/fofikn6bostf.html

I like this boning knife and anther I got from Wittdog (sorry I can't find a picture of it)
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Old 09-09-2010, 01:30 PM   #3
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Re: Knife for trimming spares, butts, and boning

You need a 6 inch curved boner Forschner/Victornox brand. Get it right here. Get the sharpening steel to go with it. Might as well pick up a big Chef's Knife a 12" Granton Slicer and a paring knife while your at it. Get the ones with the fibrox handles. Wood is no bueno.

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You need a 6 inch curved boner Forschner/Victornox brand. Get it right here. Get the sharpening steel to go with it. Might as well pick up a big Chef's Knife a 12" Granton Slicer and a paring knife while your at it. Get the ones with the fibrox handles. Wood is no bueno.

http://www.justknives101.com

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$33 to get one to my house in VT from there. It's $25 on Amazon with shipping...probably cheaper in other places.
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Re: Knife for trimming spares, butts, and boning

Victorinox 47513 6-Inch Flex Boning Knife with Fibrox Handle $19.34 at Amazon.
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Old 09-09-2010, 09:11 PM   #6
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I highly recommend the Dexter-Russell SofGrip 6" narrow curved boning knife.

I've used one in competition for years, and it's a serious workhorse at an incredible price.

Oh, and they're made in the U.S.

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Re: Knife for trimming spares, butts, and boning

Ok I just got real good service from the place and they were the cheapest I could find back when I bought mine. They have free shipping for orders over a hundred bucks or used to anyway. If the young man making the inquiry buys all them items on the approved list that will skeer a hundred dollar bill flat to death but I would have no problem in buying them elsewhere for a significant savings. Thanks for the heads up on where to buy. Your so special wink wink.

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Re: Knife for trimming spares, butts, and boning

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I highly recommend the Dexter-Russell SofGrip 6" narrow curved boning knife.

I've used one in competition for years, and it's a serious workhorse at an incredible price.

Oh, and they're made in the U.S.

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Thanks - I went with made in the USA.
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Wow...dont you know it takes a Yuppin Yimminie from Sweden to make a good knife? Where you from Boy? Stick close and I will try to help get you edumacated.

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Wow...dont you know it takes a Yuppin Yimminie from Sweden to make a good knife? Where you from Boy? Stick close and I will try to help get you edumacated.

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NC lost over 200,000 textile jobs since NAFTA. Other NC manufacturing sectors have been hit almost as hard. These job losses have a ripple effect through the entire economy.
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