Utica Cutlery Co. Adirondack Fixed Blade Knife Review

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Utica Cutlery Co. Adirondack Fixed Blade Knife Review

Post by TripleF » Mon Feb 25, 2013 1:31 pm

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Re: Utica Cutlery Co. Adirondack Fixed Blade Knife Review

Post by Colonel26 » Wed Feb 27, 2013 2:20 am

Great review Scott! It sure looks like a good handful of a knife and yet just the right size for general using around the homestead.
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Re: Utica Cutlery Co. Adirondack Fixed Blade Knife Review

Post by TripleF » Wed Feb 27, 2013 10:38 am

Thanks Wade! She does seem to be just the right fit and blade size! ::nod::
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Re: Utica Cutlery Co. Adirondack Fixed Blade Knife Review

Post by Old Hunter » Wed Feb 27, 2013 12:34 pm

Scott, never saw where you measured the cutting blade length, I'm thinking it would be right at or just under 3". Looks like this knife would be similar in size and use to the Buck 113 Ranger. Is the handle a bit on the thick size? Looks that way in the picture. I'm thinking this would be a decent deer skinner, slightly on the minimalist side. Nice review (as always). OH
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Re: Utica Cutlery Co. Adirondack Fixed Blade Knife Review

Post by TripleF » Wed Feb 27, 2013 12:38 pm

C'mon now Bruce......you know, we men.....quote measurements FIRST, then measure. :wink:

The handle is a little on the thick side, but it fills the palm of my hand.

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