Havalon #60A Replacement Blades Per 12

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Havalon #60A Replacement Blades Per 12 -
The #60A blade is 20% thicker than the regular #60XT blades, Havalon #60A replacement blades easily handle the toughest of cutting tasks. Surgical sharp edge cuts through nearly anything and stainless steel construction resists corrosion. Fits Piranta Bolt and Torch knives only. Per 12.
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Positive Reviews:

great knife

this fall I've used this knife to field dress, skin and process 3 black bears and 1 whitetail as well as skin several beaver and an otter. all this work was done with 4 blades. this knife is the sharpest knife I've ever used and when you loss the blades edge you change it out and loss no time. The knife if very light and visible so you will not lose it when you set it down. The knife is easy to clean. buy this knife you will not regret it
maddtrapper1 at Cabelas on 11/22/2013

A great knife

Just got this knife. So far I have cleaned a turkey and whitetail doe. The blade still does not need changing. Very sharp, light, and comfortable this is a great knife for your hunting pack.
VaTechHunter at Cabelas on 01/06/2014

great knife

very sharp, lightweight and comfortable to use - the only thing to improve on is the blade change needs to be done with a pliers
modifyguy at Cabelas on 12/17/2013

Negative Reviews:

Not all that

Bought the Bolt for my elk hunt. Used it to assist my brother with his elk and then mine. They were decent sized 5x6 and 5x5. Using the Bolt to open the body cavity is clearly not what it is designed to do. The blade was dulled immediately on the elk hair. It was ok in the balance of the operation but not as good as a regular, high quality knife. Total blade changes for the elk was 7 to keep enough of an edge to get the job done. To be fair, if I had used it solely for removing the skin it would have been much better. I did note the professional skinner at the game processing station uses a regular knife to skin elk after elk. One last issue was clean up. Again, if it had been used to skin only that would have been simple. Using it in the cavity completely submerged it in the blood and whatnot. The pass-through design was actually more difficult to clean than a regular, more versatile sheath knife. I never could get all of the dried blood out of the liner lock and hinge area. The final straw was the plastic around the hinge cracked. Back to Cabela's it went.
Wreckguy at Cabelas on 12/16/2013