I've been cowboyin', packin' and outfittin'
for over 40 years. Never have I used a tool like the "Uluchet",
it works for everything from cuttin' to slicin' to chopin'. Hell, I even
cut spuds with it.
PJ Turner Knife Mfg. Inc.:
I'm writing you in regards to your Uluchet
knife. I purchased one last fall, and was amazed at how useful and durable
the knife is. Last fall I caped, gutted and quartered one deer, and three
elk; and never had to give it a thorough sharpening (still haven't). As
a professional guide and outfitter, it's nice to find a tool that can
stand the abuse put to it. I feel you should be commended for your design
and craftsmanship of the Uluchet.
of Bugle Basin Outfitters, Afton, Wy.
Paul Turner is a genius! My recent Elk hunt was a late fall hunt in the
Teton country north of our home. Temperatures hung hardly above zero!
After dropping my elk I began to field dress with my big leatherman. It
is a great tool, but in the cold the going was slower than I'd hoped.
I had recently bought my sons Uluchets for their birthdays but had forgotten
about them! Jason pulled his out and said, "Dad, you want to try
this?" I took it and within minutes the job was done! It not only
superbly cut the skin but it easily cut through the pelvis and breast
bones as well! When skinning, the Uluchet perfectly separated the skin
from the carcass as though it were butter. Because of it's shape it kept
me from nicking hide or meat. It also performed many other tasks which
make it the ultimate tool of the wilderness!
Thanks Paul, for the knife of all knives!
It's everything from a knife to a hatchet to a tomahawk! In my estimation
there is no knife better for the wild where, needless to say, I spend
a lot of my time!
Thanks to my wife Pam for my birthday present,
Jonathan "The Bear Man"