Closeouts. Process your fish and game with this Deluxe kit from Ruko. It features everything you need for gutting, cutting, skinning, filleting, and even features a double-carbide sharpener for keeping your edges prime.
Reviewed by clearanceman from WV on Monday, March 3, 2014
When on sale, a good deal. Clever type knife is nice, some of the others nice, gut hook knife, small skinning knife. Boning knife is OK, not as good as a Victorinox boning knife but they are almost $20 each. Shears are fairly worthless and the sharpener kind of sucks. Boning saw sucks. Honestly, I just use a reciprocating saw with a demolition blade, works very well. You can cut bones with a big loper for branches and it's much faster than sawing. Cutting board is small but OK. Ruko knives I've bought always come horribly dull but are good value for the money once sharpened. What I'm saying is good value for the money, not the best though if money is not a concern. I added a couple decent skinning knives and a better boning knife to my set. I almost think if you process your own deer, it's better to go that route, you only need a couple skinners, a good boning knife or two and a cleaver. Assuming you already have knives to field dress.