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6 hours ago, perkin steel said:

May be but this type of knives can not be used in hunting tour or  camping.

Er yes they can and they are used daily by professional deer managers /game keepers and hunters etc .

 

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Ability to hold an edge

Safe/secure handling

Ease of cleaning

Ease of sharpening

Made with materials that meet with current hygiene standards

 

 

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11 hours ago, Moorlander said:

Er yes they can and they are used daily by professional deer managers /game keepers and hunters etc .

 

Its a bit of a leading question, he makes knives

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1 hour ago, Akeld said:

Its a bit of a leading question, he makes knives

Well if he can make one better than a Mora for the same price I`ll take one :)

 

 

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This knife sharpener is the key thing to my knifes, I have several and like them all some expensive but the 10 quid mora does what all the others do

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7 hours ago, perkin steel said:

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Show knife , where are these made  ? I know someone else selling very similar knives and he imports them from Pakistan.

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On 9/6/2018 at 12:45 AM, Moorlander said:

Show knife , where are these made  ? I know someone else selling very similar knives and he imports them from Pakistan.

No these are not imported from a country like pakistan, these are created and designed by Perkin Knives UK.

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7 hours ago, perkin steel said:

No these are not imported from a country like pakistan, these are created and designed by Perkin Knives UK.

So where are they made ?

 

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A  direct quote from their site,  Quote; We are custom knives makers based in UK. But our most knives smith based Outside UK and we do not produce knives in UK. ;quote. 

 

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From the Perkin website "We are custom knives makers based in UK. But our most knives smith based Outside UK and we do not produce knives in UK." ,all very confusing .

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You`ll have to try harder if you are going bluff people on the net...

 

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You've really made a fool of yourself ,if you`d come onto the site and been honest about your motives and told the truth about your products I`m sure you would have received a warm reception .

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2 hours ago, bradders said:

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Couldn't agree more!

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On 8/28/2018 at 11:33 AM, perkin steel said:

What makes a good Hunting Knife?

 

On 9/5/2018 at 1:13 PM, perkin steel said:

HANDCRAFTED HUNTIND KNIFE- D2 TOOL STEEL-BEAUTIFUL CAMPING KNIFE.jpg

 

Not even close...  🙄

 

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On 9/24/2018 at 4:54 PM, JabaliHunter said:

 

 

 

Not even close...  🙄

 

 

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What do you want to say?

 

 

OK...I'll bite 😁

That is the very last shape and size of knife (Looks big) that I'd choose for deerstalking.  I would also not use a nice smooth (slippery when wet) wooden (unhygenic?) handle.  Where do we start?  Blade shape is wrong...blade is too long imho for skinning duties and that deep belly may be handy for cutting up hefty lumps of meat but you woudn't insert that into an animal as a draw to part the skin without slicing up half the insides...perhaps it would be better on heffalumps? Blade thickness way too thick and heavy for my liking.

I use Moras, have a Hella Harding and a custom blade similar to the Mora but in much better steel that holds an edge far longer.

Also, there is no mention of the steel used for that knife, what the hardening and tempering process is (many Chrome Vanadium steels these days use very specialist heat treatment).

If you're attempting to sell a knife, where is the information on the knife?  Size?  Steel?  sharpening angle(s)?  Tempering process?  Handle material?  Handle fitment?  Price?

You'll need to try a little harder my friend...after all you're posting on a site with more than its fair share of seasoned hunters who know a thing or two when it comes to knife selection and use.  Also, can you state categorically, for the record, that despite what your company info states, that knife shown is made here from start to finish in the UK?

Little point in posting further really until these things have been addressed without drawing less than favourable comments.  We're a fair minded bunch as long as no-one is trying to pull the wool over our eyes and respect is given where respect is due.

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On 10/11/2018 at 3:21 PM, VarmLR said:

 

 

OK...I'll bite 😁

That is the very last shape and size of knife (Looks big) that I'd choose for deerstalking.  I would also not use a nice smooth (slippery when wet) wooden (unhygenic?) handle.  Where do we start?  Blade shape is wrong...blade is too long imho for skinning duties and that deep belly may be handy for cutting up hefty lumps of meat but you woudn't insert that into an animal as a draw to part the skin without slicing up half the insides...perhaps it would be better on heffalumps? Blade thickness way too thick and heavy for my liking.

I use Moras, have a Hella Harding and a custom blade similar to the Mora but in much better steel that holds an edge far longer.

Also, there is no mention of the steel used for that knife, what the hardening and tempering process is (many Chrome Vanadium steels these days use very specialist heat treatment).

If you're attempting to sell a knife, where is the information on the knife?  Size?  Steel?  sharpening angle(s)?  Tempering process?  Handle material?  Handle fitment?  Price?

You'll need to try a little harder my friend...after all you're posting on a site with more than its fair share of seasoned hunters who know a thing or two when it comes to knife selection and use.  Also, can you state categorically, for the record, that despite what your company info states, that knife shown is made here from start to finish in the UK?

Little point in posting further really until these things have been addressed without drawing less than favourable comments.  We're a fair minded bunch as long as no-one is trying to pull the wool over our eyes and respect is given where respect is due.

Okkkkkkk. Use of a knife is different for different person.If someone want a for hunting, he will never buy or even think to buy a kitchen knives, so the store Perkin Knives also provide  the facility to design a knife as we want. That is the only reason for being my faviourite store.

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4 hours ago, perkin steel said:

Okkkkkkk. Use of a knife is different for different person.If someone want a for hunting, he will never buy or even think to buy a kitchen knives, so the store Perkin Knives also provide  the facility to design a knife as we want. That is the only reason for being my faviourite store.

Have you considered a career in politics?

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