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    New fixed blade

    Been using a benchmade steep country knife for field dressing the past few years and love it.

    decided I would like to have a new knife on my belt for camping and trips to my hunting property when I work on stands, clearing, plots etc.

    thought about the small benchmade canyon hunter, also saw the new pardue hunter they came out with last year.

    Should I toss an esee 3 into the mix?

    Any my opinions would be appreciated. No heavy bushcraft work, just cutting rope, boxes,small pieces of wood or shaving wood, limbs etc.

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    Benchmade and ESEE are great choices.
    A closed mind can't learn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clfergus View Post
    Been using a benchmade steep country knife for field dressing the past few years and love it.

    decided I would like to have a new knife on my belt for camping and trips to my hunting property when I work on stands, clearing, plots etc.

    thought about the small benchmade canyon hunter, also saw the new pardue hunter they came out with last year.

    Should I toss an esee 3 into the mix?

    Any my opinions would be appreciated. No heavy bushcraft work, just cutting rope, boxes,small pieces of wood or shaving wood, limbs etc.

    Can't go wrong with any of those choices. Of the three, the ESEE has the thinnest blade, which would push me in that direction (I own more than one ESEE 3s and none of the other two).


    Quote Originally Posted by Knife Lady View Post
    Benchmade and ESEE are great choices.
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