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    I have been trying to find this knife for a while now. Eastmans Hunting TV had an add on it today.

    It is basically a scalpal head, but the handle of a regualr knife. It folds as a locking blade. I have only seen it in orange, but it was advertized in a darker color w/ green. I tried to write the name down, but the print on the blade was so fine & the add to short. It was like "Havaline", but spelled differently. I tried to do a search but come up with freaken Valvoline oil.
    If anyone knows the sight where I can buy this knife that would be great. Thanks, Justin
    Last edited by Justin; 03-16-2010 at 21:24. Reason: spelling

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    Here is their website! They have a couple different handle configurations and blade types.

    http://www.havalon.com/

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    DANGIT beat me to it

    If you cant stand behind the troops in Iraq.. Feel free to stand in front of them.

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    A very handy knife for those trying to reduce pack weight.

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    Everyone thanks for the quick response & info. Will order one up & hopefully put it to quick use this spring .

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    Barney's in Anchorage stocks and sells these knives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ORbill View Post
    Barney's in Anchorage stocks and sells these knives.
    As does the archery shop behind CC skidoo in Wasilla.

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    I have found the strongest blades are the 22xt, I buy a 100 at a time for around 25.00 from their web site..

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    Quote Originally Posted by slimm View Post
    I have found the strongest blades are the 22xt, I buy a 100 at a time for around 25.00 from their web site..

    On sale right now for $16.22/100

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