Hunting with Randy Newberg – Knives we use and how we use them

Hunting with Randy Newberg discusses the knives we use and how we use them. We use Gerber Vital and Gerber Gator premium knifes to accomplish all our tasks in the field.

We discuss a few small tips to keep your blade sharper, longer. A good sharp knife is critical to proper meat care and clean meat care.

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lineman2323 says:

I really have taken a liking to the outdoor edge series!! Don’t like my blade flimsy like a havy or Or that knife!! Light enough and also has a gut hook on the other side!! I understand sponsorships, but if u haven’t tried it, you should!!!

CK Knife and Tool says:

My first hunting knife was a Gerber with the rubber grip and a gut-hook. Still have it after 25 yrs +/-. I just designed a gut-hook knife in my line-up and I am on #2 right now. Definitely going to put that Gerber Vital in my Amazon Wish List before this falls hunt.

Joseph Irwin says:

Thank you.

Sandon Morris says:

I can’t wait to see some videos from this season!

Ryan Gray says:

A couple of helpful tips. Thank you!

Jacob Jelen says:

Thank you for that you do Randy. Have you ever thought about doing an Antelope talk sort of like you Elk talk ?

Wv Outdoors says:

Have you ever tried any buck knives? My hunting knives are the buck 113, buck 110, buck 119, and the buck 112. I also use a bear and son skinner. Western L66. Case folding hunter. And a schrade uncle Henry golden spike

Base of the Bighorns says:

Great tips. Gut hooks are a must have!

Curtis McKinney says:

Great video Randy looking forward to your new season of Hunting…

Jason Secrist says:

Thank you Randy!! Im headed up for my General rifle deer in Utah, wish me luck!

Javier Hernandez says:

does anyone know exactly how many blades can be used, could a #20 something work too, I’d like to use a shorter blade than the #60

David Flores says:

Just ordered the vital from sportsman guide cant wait to test it this season

Kman31ca says:

I love my havalon, plus my Falkniven F1. The F1 is a great knive. It’s a survival knife for Swedish pilots. But just an excellent knife. Made with laminate VG 10 steel, which is almost dang near impervious to the winter conditions, and holds a good edge, but still sharpens up nice. A lil pricey but worth it in my view. I field dressed to deer last year with the combination and never needed sharpening. And if I do, I have a small strop I made that will bring it right back to a razors edge in a minute or 2. My old knife drove me nuts having to sharpen a couple times in the middle of deboning an Elk a while back. That’s when I made the switch. Hopefully draw an Elk or moose this year and try the combo out on a full deboning job.

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