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The Cuda 7" Knife is a great buy!

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    The Cuda 7" Knife is a great buy!

    I just picked up this Cuda 7" knife about a month ago and I have been using it pretty regularly to trim brisket and what not. I love this thing. It is light with a semi-stiff blade. The handle is really nice and feels great in the hand. After many briskets, slabs of belly and a ton of Tri-tip. it is still sharp as ever.

    I highly recommend these knives for trimming or slicing larger cuts. And they are pretty reasonably priced. This one is $79.99....well worth it in my book. And it comes with a hard cover sheath which means it is easy to take with you for those cooks on the road.
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    Nice looking stiletto. Have you had to or tried to sharpen it yet?

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    • Spinaker
      Spinaker commented
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      Nope, not yet. It is still really sharp. Its just a good all-purpose knife that I don't have to worry about banging up a little bit. It will be a regular on all of my camping trips from now on. However, it does great in the kitchen too.

    • CaptainMike
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      It being made of titanium it'll probably hold an edge for a long time, but might difficult to put one back one when needed. Just musing here...

    • Spinaker
      Spinaker commented
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      Yeah, I thought the same thing. I guess I will have to see when the time comes and let you know. It is a valid point though.

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    For me the always dependable for the past 40 plus years is an old knife we bought at a Kansas State Fair.
    we've used the thing to cut tin cans open and chop wood then back to slicing tomatos paper thin.
    I dont know what the trick to them was back then but they made a hell of a blade.
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    • bbqLuv
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      Ginsu, as seen on TV, years gone by.

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