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Knife review: First look at the Benchmade Meatcrafter

The Benchmade Meatcrafter is designed to be a boning/fillet knife that can handle just about any task a backcountry hunter might come across. It features a generous, safe handle and thin blade for easy slicing of meat, fish, vegetables and fruit.
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