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Old 23-05-2011, 11:10 AM
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Default Bird and trout

Why is a B&T called so ,and what is the original look of one .I see so many different types out there
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Game preparation blade (as in food game)

and cause it sounds better than bird and fish


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Game preparation blade (as in food game)

and cause it sounds better than bird and fish


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They are usually regarded as a lightweight, small thinish knife no longer than 3-4". Better suited for small game and fish prep,than battoning tree trunks. Generally an American idea to get a sensible knife for the task rather than carry the generally accepted 6" huntin' knife.
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They are usually regarded as a lightweight, small thinish knife no longer than 3-4". Better suited for small game and fish prep,than battoning tree trunks. Generally an American idea to get a sensible knife for the task rather than carry the generally accepted 6" huntin' knife.
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