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This page is dedicated to those that have used one of my knives in the preparation of Game Got.
If you have used a Raker knife to process your game and wish to have it published for all to see, please send me a pic and description of knife used.
These three hogs were taken near Lawton, Ok on Nov. 17, 2011 by Jarrod Miller. The knife used to clean these hogs is a BOB III that I had used some elk antler from Mr. Miller for the scales. Sheath by Mike Stott of Tahlequah, OK.
These two deer were taken by Thomas Kirk, my son, during archery season. He used a damascus knife with a 3" blade and Bois D Arc handles. I had made for him just before he went to Kuwait. He took again when he went to Iraq. He won't even try some of my other knives. I guess when you get used to one, it is hard to switch and I can understand that.
All game isn't breathing, some of it is hard to get to products wrapped in nearly indestructible plastic. This little Pocket Medicine did the trick without any bad words while assisting its owner, Fred Kirk. Fred is an avid fly fisherman and utilizes the kayak to reach the honey holes on the clear streams and rivers of Oklahoma and surrounding states.
This 8 pt buck was completely processed using this Lil Boner, a 4" boning knife made from 1075 with the 2.1 % nickel. I used it to cut off the head, skin, gut, split breast bone and cut all the meat off to fit into a large ice chest. It would still shave when done, not quite as easily as before but did hold a very fine edge.
This hog was taken by Chris Deren and his sons while visiting his sons in Florida. It was taken on an island that was restricted to primitive weapons and no vehicles. The hog is shown with one of my earlier models, a san mia Raven with Bois D'Arc scales. The deer was taken in the White River bottoms of Arkansas. Thanks for the pic, Chris.
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