I always felt I had a twin brother, now its confirmed, I pretty do the same thing with one exception, I carry the same knife on opening day of rifle season as I usually do a tremendous amount of field butcherery that day with an outstanding blade, then I spend the rest if the year trying to find a better knife, simple mind simple pleasure.All of my rifles have drawn blood except for one, a Ruger #1 in 270 Weatherby mag. I am keeping her safe and secure until I draw my Wyoming pronghorn tag.
But I am kind of the same way with my knifes. But I'll use one knife for a year. It will clean deer, elk, javelina, fish, and what ever else I happen to bag that year. I will then put a razor edge onto it and move on to the next knife that I purchase.