Tyto Knives

zeroforhire

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There is a gritty bowmen one. I think it is gritty10


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Desk Jockey

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Anyone use these? I am intrigued but a bit concerned about 550 wrapped handles on a knife that is going to get very bloody, gooey etc.
 

ljalberta

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You can take the wrapped cord off and leave it off, or you can replace the cord after a kill if you prefer. Takes about 6 feet of cord and less than 5 minutes. I just got one this year, so I haven't been able to use it breaking down an animal, but I do prefer the ergonomics and blade change over my havalon.
 

alexanderg23

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I've got one and think it's awesome. I've have 550 cord wrapped handles and gotten them bloody, I just rinse them with water. I like having the cord available and the feel.
 

DWinVA

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I got one a few months ago to try as a replacement for my Havalon. Ease of cleaning and how simple it is made me give it a go. I think it's going to be great. I hope to report how it works on a VA spring gobbler soon.

God Bless.
 

Backpack Hunter

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You can take the wrapped cord off and leave it off, or you can replace the cord after a kill if you prefer. Takes about 6 feet of cord and less than 5 minutes. I just got one this year, so I haven't been able to use it breaking down an animal, but I do prefer the ergonomics and blade change over my havalon.

How is the blade change different than the Havalon?
 

ljalberta

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They slide on and off with ease. With my havalon, there's a ton of friction/pressure, and with slippery hands it just seems like an accident waiting to happen.
 
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