This hunting designation got the gutting blade which is a solid design. You use the acute tip on the combination blade to open with.
On blades for gutting I use diamond coated rods, follow the angle and remove the burr on the backside after this. I also use different size
rods for waves and serrations. You can also use one rod that gradually becomes thicker. The best is to use rods that fit the size of the serrations or waves. Follow the angel of the wave and remember when you are finished with the waves to remove the burr
on the opposite side, by using a small flat diamond coated stone a few strokes lengthwise. The plain edge on the blade got a traditional edge with an angle on both sides. I just got this knife today so this info
today is in general. I have sharpened and maintained all types of serrations and waves, regular edges and rescue blades. In my opinion the best is diamond coated stones and
rods. Avoid the very coarse surfaces. Medium to fine is enough. It is smart to have a selection of sharpening tools. It is very easy to maintain them.
I do some fishing in the period spring until autumn and many forget that you
can use gutting blades on fish too. This is to avoid certain intestine to affect the meat.
By placing the plain edge on the
front section of the blade you can use it for dressing animals and skinning. I am not a hunter of animals but for sure it is so from the things I have seen. Hope you did enjoy my page today!
PS I do not want to start a discussion with fish to be animals. For sure they probably are animals, lol. Well I do not hunt on land that is. Enjoy! BR Trond
Last today i would like to write some about the wood-saw. First I can mention
that Swiza call the gutting blade eviscerate blade. Most call them Gutting blades and it is important to remember that because a blade is shaped like this it can for sure be used for many things besides disemboweling. Ok, the wood saw is special. Swiza call
it wood-saw with 31 teeth. I could clearly see a difference because of the larger teeth. It is many cool developments going on. I would believe this could be used for some bone work too. It is typical that SAKs and Swiss knives with wood saw can be used for
some bone work as well. This model is a serious hunters tool I would say.