With so many pages I'm sure it's been covered. The knives with the Green River style point are best as they are designed to ride on top of the entrails upside down while gutting. A smaller lighter knife is Handy for skinning but the larger knife easily breaks through rib cages etc as necessary. Many moons ago a fisherwoman gave me a knife set as a birthday present on a hunt. Still use them to this day but cary even lighter stuff on a mountain hunt. The larger knife has the Green River style convex top at the point but it's sort of obscured by the gut hook.
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