Havalon Announces September Email Winner!

september email winner michael s cook

Havalon Knives is pleased to announce that Michael S. Cook from Utah, has won a free Havalon knife set. Michael was eligible because he subscribed to our email news during the month of September. His choice of prize: the Piranta Edge. He will receive the knife, a set of replacement blades and a knife holster.

If you want to be eligible to win, just sign-up for our email news on the home page of our website. Good Luck!

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4 Responses to Havalon Announces September Email Winner!

  1. Art Quetschke says:

    About how long does your blades last if you were skinning average size deer? I like the looks of your havalon knives, and especially the orange ones.

  2. Art Quetschke says:

    Thanks for the info on a taxidermist it was helpful. But what if your hunting out of state and want to bring it back to your local taxidermist?

  3. havalon says:

    Hi Art, thanks for your question. You should be able to field dress and skin an average size deer with one blade. To be honest, you’ll probably get to the point where you could do two deer with one blade. A lot depends on how you use it. The key is to let the blade do the work, no twisting and no prying. Be careful around bone or antlers – you’re just going to cut the ligaments on the joints and then break the joint apart with your hands. Once you get used to it, you won’t go back. I broke a few blades my first time out in the field. But now I almost never break one. Mostly that’s because I’m a bad shot. You always have a 100% satisfaction guarantee or your money back, so get that orange one and there’s no risk. –Pat Carrothers

  4. havalon says:

    Have to keep it cool, that’s the hard part. I recommend you talk to a local taxidermist for some advice on that question. Anybody else have some advice? –Pat Carrothers

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