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      Quote Originally Posted by Migrator Man View Post
      The outdoors edge knife kits are not too bad. I have processed a few animals so far with it and still haven’t resharpened. I think I paid like $30-40,
      You need to get them on a steel or set of ceramic sticks ASAP or you really will have to SHARPEN them rather than just touch them up.

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      Debone with any old buck knife and trim and make cuts with any old fillet knife. Same fillet knife for birds.

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      Butcher shops change out all their knives every so often. Look on Ebay and you can find lots of butcher knives on there really cheap. I think I bought a dozen victorinox boning knives for $14 a couple years ago. You will spend more than that on one good knife buying new.

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      same knife guy has going on 35 years Chi Cul

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      Quote Originally Posted by SDMF View Post
      You need to get them on a steel or set of ceramic sticks ASAP or you really will have to SHARPEN them rather than just touch them up.
      Do you have a steel or ceramic you would recommend?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Rowdie View Post
      After de-boning all you need is a GOOD SHARP Fillet Knife.

      Not sure if some didn't read this right.....AFTER the meat is off the bone.....After.......then all I use is a sharp fillet knife.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Bowhunter_24 View Post
      Debone with any old buck knife and trim and make cuts with any old fillet knife. Same fillet knife for birds.
      ^^^^^THIS^^^^ Don't complicate it. Get a set of ceramic sticks and keep em sharp!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Migrator Man View Post
      Do you have a steel or ceramic you would recommend?
      this one:

      https://www.amazon.com/Idahone-V-Typ...0285277&sr=8-9

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      my bro in HI swears by the Spyderco sharpeners - he's kind of a knife freak

      he's the type that's not happy if it doesn't shave arm hairs easily

      I use the Work Sharp and a butcher's steel for maintenance

      I am NOT a knife guru

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