Buck PakLite Skinner Fixed-Blade Knives
Better knife than I expected. It is surprisingly balanced. I expected it to be uncomfortable to hold. But once again it's better than I expected. Like all buck knives this one has a very sturdy and strong blade that holds an edge well. Which is what I need for quartering elk.
September 13, 2013
Purchased this knife because of it's slim and lightweight design. This knife has quickly become my favorite knife. I wear it on my belt daily and don't even remember I have it. The handle is very comfortable and easy to hold. I have not had a chance to use it for skinning yet but plan to soon. Honestly can't think of anything about this knife that I don't like.
March 26, 2013
review of buck Paklite skinner
It is a good knife. not great, not bad, just good. It fits my hand comfortably. The edge is sharp out of the box but dulls fairly quickly. I think this knife would be a handy tool to have if a person was only planning on skinning one deer in the field. Anything more than one and the blade would need sharpened. I used the knife to skin 2 racoons and one coyote. By the time I got done with my bottom cuts on the second coon I noticed the blade had dulled significantly and i then had to re-sharpen it before starting the coyote. Although, I do like the curvature of the blade because it helps reduce "poke-throughs" while skinning the tough parts.
March 4, 2013
Perfect pack knife
Got tired of lugging around a heavy guthook knife, so I ordered this. Put it in my pack on Friday, forgot about it until Tuesday when I used it to dress and skin a 9-point buck. Still scary sharp when I got done. Great tool.
December 3, 2012