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It's about 5.5" total length, the blade being about half that. The issue is that it's thin, maybe 1/16" thick at best. Pete Davis said to get an ulna from a big deer. The one I have has it's place for fine retouch but is not a notcher.nogie1717 wrote: Turbo, I'll try to keep you in mind. Don't be afraid to remind me, though.
How big is your ulna bone? The one I'm using now is broken, so it's maybe 4 inches long and kind of a bear to hold. I wrap leather around the trigger part to protect my hand. Another thing I've learned is to keep it well dressed. It's easy for a crack to form if you make it too sharp.
My coworker and boss know that I want the sinew/bones from their deer and I do a hunt with my dad and a buddy, so I come across bones and sinew pretty regularly in the month of November/December.