The Perfect Gift

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The serrated blade and leather sheath make this a pretty great skinning tool.

Many years ago, Deerslayer received a Cutco hunting knife from his dad as a gift. Of course, it was a favorite because it was from the patriarch of the Deerslayer clan.  It was also a great knife that carries a lifetime guarantee that, for the cost of shipping, Cutco will sharpen FOREVER.   The serrated blade is superb for skinning even the toughest, oldest wild pig or nilgai. It  makes an easy task of processing any meat  but is impossible to sharpen oneself.

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Deerslayer and I had this conversation  before our recent 30th wedding anniversary.  Sooooo, I knew what would make a perfect gift.  Camo lingerie for me? No.  A cruise? No. A nice musky cologne for either of us.  Nope.   Additional Cutco hunting knives that could be used while his favorite knife was being sharpened!  Bingo!   I purchased two additional knives.  To make it a personalized and more sentimental gift, I had them engraved.  Cutco does that!  Not too mushy, not a gift that would be awkwardly accepted and placed in a drawer. The perfect gift for my perfect Deerslayer!  Priceless!

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