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  1. Havalon Piranta-EDGE Hunting & Skinning Knife

    Havalon Piranta-EDGE Hunting & Skinning Knife

    $39.99

    You will definitely appreciate the light weight of this skinning and caping knife: less than three ounces. And no need to carry extra knives, heavy files, stones or other sharpeners. Learn More
  2. Havalon Piranta Original Stainless Steel Hunting & Skinning Knife

    Havalon Piranta Original Stainless Steel Hunting & Skinning Knife

    $59.99

    Its a Piranta, so it's the sharpest skinning knife you'll ever use. No more sharpening - just snap on another blade and go. Learn More
  3. Havalon Piranta-Whitetail Hunting & Skinning Knife

    Havalon Piranta-Whitetail Hunting & Skinning Knife

    $59.99

    You'll never lose your edge with the Piranta-Whitetail. Learn More
  4. Havalon Baracuta Blaze Skinning Knife

    Havalon Baracuta Blaze Skinning Knife

    $69.99

    Never Lose Your Edge! Welcome to the home of the Piranta and Baracuta knives with the quick-change "crazy-sharp" blades, the sharpest knives for hunting, field dressing, skinning and filleting. Hunters, professional guides and wildlife officers rave about our lightweight field dressing and skinning knives with the surgically-sharp blades - blades that taxidermists have been buying from us for over 25 years. Learn More
  5. Havalon Piranta-Torch Lght Copper Hunting and Skinning Knife

    Havalon Piranta-Torch Lght Copper Hunting and Skinning Knife

    $69.99

    At 20% thicker than the regular #60, the #60A resists breaking should you get a bit carried away with the twisting and pulling thing. Think of it as the #60 blade's big brother. Learn More
  6. Havalon Baracuta EDGE Fillet Knife

    Havalon Baracuta EDGE Fillet Knife

    $69.99

    For hunters who believe that bigger is better, Havalon offersw their new Baracuta Lineup. Bigger, thicker, and longer than the Piranta knives. Learn More

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