About The Havalon Post

Havalon Knives is dedicated to providing our customers with information that is relevant to their hunting and fishing pursuits.  Please check back often to read stories, interviews, news and reviews.

About the Company

Havalon Knives is a division of Havel’s Incorporated. Since 1981, Havel’s has provided the longest-lasting surgical blades available for a variety of uses in medicine, taxidermy, industry, sign making, graphics and crafting. Now at Havalon Knives, we’re dedicated to this tradition of continuous quality improvement in blades and knives for professional hunters, guides and taxidermists as well as individuals who value the highest quality in their sporting knives.

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8 Responses to About The Havalon Post

  1. Ted Grinolds says:

    how did Havels and Havalon get the names you use?

    Ted

  2. George Havlovic says:

    I would like to hear from successful moose hunters as to what specific knife was used to skin moose and what Pros And cons they might provide about the knives they used.

  3. Hi George,

    Please see our testimonials page and these Havalon blog posts, to read what hunters have to say about Moose and the tools they used.

  4. Tristin Shelton says:

    Hey havalon I was wondering what angle do you set you 60xt blades at?

  5. Hi Tristin,

    According to our hunting/blade experts… approximately 8 degrees. Hope that helps – Havalon.

  6. Havlon Knives,

    I love my Havlon knife. I use it ALL THE TIME both in the duck blind and when I am cleaning my ducks. I have written several articles on my website and would love to be a guest writer for Havlon. Is this possible? If so, what would I need to do to submit an article to y’all? Thanks again for making great knives.

    Kindest Regards,
    Brian Johnson – Duck Dog Trainer

  7. Hi Brian,

    Thank you for the cudos, and we are always interested in guest writers. I will email you soon with further information.

    Havalon Knives

  8. Dear Havalon,

    Thanks so much for your reply. I will be looking forward to hearing from you!!

    Kindest Regards,
    Brian Johnson – Duck Dog Trainer

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