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AccuSharp 9-Piece Game Processing Kit Review

Hunting is a passion I share with many outdoorsmen and the table fare that comes from a big game harvest, especially the “sweet meat” of an Axis deer, is really hard to beat compared to store-bought meat. There is a sense of pride that also comes with breaking down your harvest into primal cuts and preparing it for the freezer to store for later meals and, more importantly, the table to share with friends and family.

I bought my first “game processing” knife set about a year or so into the time period when I first started taking hunting seriously in my early 20s. It was a decent set of kitchen knives but they seemed crude compared to the modern kits and knife sets we have in the hunting and butchering world today.

Enter the AccuSharp 9-Piece Game Processing Kit. As an avid hunter now in my 40’s, I like refined tools that help me do a sometimes dirty job as efficiently and effectively as possible. As my Dad often says, pulling the trigger is the easy part. The real work begins after that part of the hunt if your bullet, slug, bolt or arrow meets the hair, hide and bone of your chosen quarry and results in meat on the ground. My Dad and both Grandfathers all three taught me to have the right tools for the job and this kit has just about anything a hunter might need. Those three men also taught me to let the tools do the work and these are some of the best tools for the job you will find in a processing kit on the market today.

This kit includes three knives with different purposes and a 6″ bone saw, all made from 420 stainless steel and non-slip textured handles. The convenient carrying case allows the hunter to neatly store everything in it’s right place and makes transporting the set easy fairly compact. Included as a bonus are a pair of disposable gloves and some zip ties for game tags. These were a great addition to the kit as you can resupply both zip ties and gloves for mere pennies and I almost always need both when tackling a field dressing, skinning/quartering or full on processing task outdoors or in the kitchen.

This AccuSharp Knife Set is a bit larger than others I have owned but I can still securely fit it into my hunting day pack. The case is durable and keeps everything secure and locked into place when not in use. The included rib spreader tool helps keep the body cavity open when field dressing and a needed tool I almost always wish for when doing a field dressing chore by myself in the woods – especially in the dark.

One of the great values of a kit like this is that the knives alone could cost $15 or so each if purchased separately. Add to that a diamond honed tungsten carbide AccuSharp Blaze Orange Knife and Tool Sharpener to the mix and that would cost another $11.00 or so on Amazon. That makes this set even more of a stellar value. Now, the kit has a spin off of the knife sharpener and the Gut Hook/Skinning Knife if you do want to purchase these separately but the best value is in the set. What really impresses me about this set is the 6″ bone saw and I hope to see that as a spin off/separately sold tool in the future as well. It is one of the best bone saws I have used and is a much improved companion compared some of the tools I have seen passed off as bone saws in other game processing kits I have used in years past. 


You can certainly use this kit for just field dressing but doing processing on your own is an educational, enriching, inspiring and rewarding experience as you can go at your own pace and cut the meat however you wish. Now, keeping in mind that I still use local game processors in my area even using a kit like this.  I will drop off boned out meat and trim for burger and bulk sausage grinding. That is an affordable and easy option for many hunters these days. After all, you don’t have to do all the hard work yourself. Skinning your deer, wild hogs or exotic game animals and deboning the meat saves you money and gives you many other options than just dropping it off field dressed at a processor. I have even learned how to skin and quarter up deer and wild hogs on my pick up truck bed and tailgate without a gambrel and winch or hoist. It is a bit more challenging but not as bad as doing it from the ground level.

When I mentor new hunters, I recommend keeping your backstraps/loins, tenderloins and roasts whole, steaking them out right before you are ready to cook them or just cooking them whole. There are few things as enjoyable as cutting your own meat from your own harvests and taking wild game from the field all the way to the table. A knife set like this gives you a lot of different options and, like guns, you can never have too many knives! Don’t repeat this sage advice in front of your significant other in your life too loud. That is, unless, you want them to buy this kit for your next celebration of a birthday or Christmas gift.

I write, film and record many review pieces like this through articles, blogs, podcasts and videos and the main theme that comes up again and again is one word: Value. This product is an incredible value for the money. Learn more about AccuSharp’s sharpeners, knives and multi-tools at

Get this AccuSharp 9-Piece Game Processing Set Here.

3 AccuSharp Sharpeners on Sale This Weekend!

This weekend only, through Sunday night at midnight, AccuSharp is having a SALE on AMAZON! Only $9.99 for the original AccuSharp Knife and Tool Sharpener (001C), the AccuSharp Fillet Knife Sharpener (010C) and the BLAZE ORANGE HUNTING Version of the AccuSharp (014C).

Its essential to have one of these in your tackle box or gear bag, in the kitchen or in your day pack.  These also make some great stocking stuffers for the holidays or just all around great gifts for your friends and family.

The diamond honed tungsten carbide blades in all three of these sharpeners are reversible and replaceable and work on serrated blades as well as straight blades and have a lifetime guarantee as well.

These sharpeners are quick and easy to use and very safe compared to many other ways of sharpening your knives as well. Check out the sale price while it lasts and thank you all for checking out the blog!

Well It’s Been a Year… And I’m Still Here!

And a lot has happened since last August. New job, multitudes of opportunities… but I am still a blogger and outdoor writer at heart. I left Texas Fish & Game back in December of 2019 for a Marketing Manager position at AccuSharp Knife and Tool Sharpeners. It was a good move and I work with some great people. I will deeply miss TF&G Magazine and the people there. It was a good opportunity but sometimes we need to move on.

I plan to keep this blog active and feature some great hunting and fishing products I am using in God’s Great Outdoors. Here is a bit of what I have been doing lately:

Gearing up for Bowhunting

Grim Reaper Razor Tip Whitetail Special 2-Inch 3 Blade, 100 Grain:

Grim Reaper Hybrid Broadhead 100 gr. 3 pk.

Grim Reaper Crossbow Broadhead 125 gr. 1 1/2 in. 3 pk.

Gold Tip Hunter Pro Arrows:

Gold Tip Ballistic 425 Crossbow Bolts:

Lumenoks Lighted Arrow Nocks

Barnett Whitetail Pro Crossbow Dustin Uses:

Diamond Infinite Edge Pro Compound Bow:

Sharpening My Knives with AccuSharp

Keeping your edge in the field is important. Now that I work for AccuSharp, I have learned so much about knives, multi-tools and knife sharpening. Here is one of my favorite sharpeners this year, the AccuSharp 4-in-1 Sharpener that is a great value for all it does. Learn more at

Staying Cool in the Texas Heat!

Arctic Ice packs have accompanied me on many outdoor adventures this summer and kept my coolers cold on their own or with the aid of old fashion ice. These are revlutionary, easy to use and clean. No more messy coolers at the end of your trip!

Some Artic Ice intel!

Beer, soft drinks and other COLD drinks: Chilln’ Brew Series :

Keeping Food Cold: Alaskan Series:

Keeping Things Frozen: Tundra Series:


VASTFIRE Flashlights

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I have missed writing for the outdoors and I am glad to be back. Have you missed me? E-mail me directly at! Thanks for reading! You Guys Rock!

VASTFIRE Flashlights: Budget Gems in the World of Hunting

I have reviewed a wide variety of flashlights over the last year from various brands you can find on VASTFIRE has had the most diverse selection of affordable flashlights I have ever encountered and I own many of them because they all have their unique uses. What has amazed me is the quality you can get in a low-priced flashlight for for wild hog and varmint/predator hunting, blood tracking and general navigation at night. Sure there is night vision optics out there but I do most of my writing towards a working man’s budget so I am always thinking cost-effective for the common hunter. Hunting, after all, is getting really expensive compared to other outdoor pursuits so saving money where you can is important.

Here are a few lights that have made my list of serious consideration for your hunting pack and future hunting adventures. Feel free to email me with any questions you have and I promise to respond! As always, thanks for reading!

Crazy Times and Crazy Hunting Adventures!

My son Jackson is 9 years old and I won us a hog dog hunt at Hill Country Bowhunters 3D Archery Shoot and Silent Auction in March. I connected with Adrenaline Junkies Outfitters in Taylor, Texas and the two guides we had showed us a great time and an awesome hunting adventure. This hog dog hunt was good one and Jackson got to take his first hog up close and personal with the wild beast in it’s rawest form. Here are some pics and a video. This experience reminded me that in a world of social media and Smartphones, sometimes it is good to unplug and enjoy God’s creation and the communion we have with it as hunters.

Jackson took a 225 lb. wild boar with 2.5″ tusks on each side and was the first Open entry to Chester Moore’s new hog scoring system B.O.A.R.S. Jackson was so happy and I couldn’t be a prouder dad!



A Long Time Coming… New Video Series Released!

I am feeling so blessed as I write this tonight. The outdoor industry has been so good to me and, after achieving a modest amount of success, there comes a time to give back. After a lot of late night contemplation I have decided to release the video portion of my online course on YouTube as a playlist so if you have ever wanted to start an outdoor industry career, brand or online/offline outdoor business, this is for you. I hope you will enjoy and reach out to me for questions and if you found this information useful. I assure you the time it takes to watch these videos is an investment in your future you won’t want to miss out on! Thanks for watching!

The Early Flounder Run and Fishing Fun with Guest Chester Moore

On this podcast, Chester Moore Jr., Texas Fish & Game Magazine’s editor-in-chief, joins Dustin again to talk about the early flounder run and how to fish for these flat fish and make a good trip to the Texas coast even better. Dustin and Chester also talk about best baits, areas to fish and strategies for the best fishing results possible. Thanks for listening!

Winter Catfish Adventures: Using Old School and Modern Fishing Tactics with Guest Jeff Stewart

On this episode, host Dustin Warncke is joined again by Jeff “Cryptohulk” Stewart. The two talk about fishing for catfish during the winter months and some great memories of catfishing many years ago in their youth. From “eater” size to trophy “floor fish” there is something here for everyone. This is a fun filled episode with lots of great content and stories. Thanks again for listening!

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