OUTDOOR EDGE WildPak Hunting Knives, 8-Piece Portable Deer Field Dressing Kit and Game Processing Butcher Knife Set, Full Tang Razor Sharp 420J2 Stainless Blades, Sturdy Hide-Side Case

November 12, 2019 - Comment
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(as of April 7, 2020 01:39 GMT+0200 - Details)

This complete 8-piece, field-to-freezer game processing set with hard-side carry case includes a caping knife, gut-hook skinner, boning/fillet knife, wood/bone saw, ribcage spreader, game cleaning gloves, and a tungsten carbide sharpener to maintain a shaving-sharp cutting edge at all times. The full-tang 420J2 stainless steel knife blades are precisely heat treated, taper ground thin and hand finished shaving-sharp for superior edge retention and performance. Rubberized, blaze-orange TPR handles offer high visibility in the field and ensure a non-slip grip, even when wet. Additionally, the elk horn inlay provides extra indexing points for greater control, and to prevent fatigue during long use. Save the cost of commercial processing and guarantee the quality of the meat for your family with the Wild-Pak.

Product Features

  • 8 PIECE BIG GAME BUTCHER KNIFE SET with easy-pack hard-side carry case – This light-weight (2.4 lb) compact kit will easily fit in your backpack.
  • 3 FULL TANG 420J2 STAINLESS STEEL KNIVES – 2.5″ caping knife, 4.0″ skinning knife, and 5.0″ boning knife.
  • BONE SAW & RIB SPREADER: 6″ T-handle saw, 11″ (fully open) steel stick brisket spreader.
  • BLADE SHARPENER & GLOVES – tungsten carbide V-blade sharpener, game cleaning gloves.
  • TPR HANDLES & STAINLESS STEEL BLADES — Blaze orange rubberized handles with horn pattern inlay for enhanced grip. All blades are strong and rugged 420J2 stainless.


Anonymous says:

Five Stars This set of knives is great. All came very sharp and have stayed sharp after multiple uses.

Anonymous says:

Knives aren’t super sharp right out of the box Knives aren’t super sharp right out of the box, but using the included sharpener they become nearly razor sharp. my only complaints are that the instructions direct you to pass the knives through the sharpener in an awkward fashion. The first time I used it this way it made me quite nervous. I am now used to it however, but sometimes it still makes me nervous based on how sharp these knives come out of the sharpener.Also the bone saw wasn’t as sharp as I’d like it to be.

Anonymous says:

Great kit. It’s overkill, but for the cost of the gutting knife and the bone saw which is about all you need, you can have the whole kit, which gives you a pair of extra blades that are clean or if one gets dull. This fits in a ruck sack and the kit keeps it all together until you need it. Just picked up a second one of these for my son to start using as well.

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