The lightest, most compact knife set Outdoor Edge offers, the Wild-Lite Game Processing Kit has everything you need to make short work of gutting, skinning and processing an animal. Includes a full-tang 2.5" caping knife, 4" gut-hook skinner knife, 5" boning/fillet knife, game-cleaning gloves and two-stage ceramic/carbide sharpener. 4202 heat-treated stainless steel blades are hand-finished to a razor-sharp edge. 55 Rockwell hardness. Nonslip rubberized blaze-orange TPR handles with elk-horn inlay provide a reliable grip, even when wet. Hard-side polypropylene carry case keeps everything organized.
I bought the wild lite set for my son I figure this would be a good starter set. we used his kit to process a whole moose this year start to finish. I have never been a fan of the gut hook but this one on the skinning knife worked fine. I only ran into an issue down toward the gentile I think it was more do to not getting the proper angle. had to sharpen the blade 3 times on the hide but I also use the blade to pop the legs off at the joints so I do cut onto the bone. we did not cape this moose but I did use the Cape blade to clean up around the antlers, so I don't know how it would be for turning the ears or splitting the lips. we used the Bone blade to process all the meet once we made it home and it worked good. blades are lite weight which I like especially for packing Con's: comes in a box not something id throw in my pack and no sheath if I just want to pack the skinning blade. but since this was a hunt that we used a ORV to get to our hunting spot weight wasn't an issue. on the other hand the box is a nice bonus to keep the kit together something I'm trying to teach my kid the importance of. sharpener is a little awkward to use in the field with out something solid to set it on, ended up using the moose head. I would recommend this kit to a friend