So the best setup I have come up with is the scalpel handle, paired with any blade of your choice; 70A blades for caping and getting hides off carcasses and the 60A blades for cutting joints and taking meat away from bones, and then the blade remover to store your open blades in while on or off the knife handle.
I’ll have a 60A blade in one blade remover and a 70A blade in another blade remover. When I need to use the 70A blade, I put the 60A in its blade remover, take the handle off the 60A blade, and move it to the 70A in the other blade remover and vise-a-versa. At the end, I wash everything with ease and put it back in service.
I like the idea of the Havalon Piranta folding knife, but there are places where meat and blood can collect and become unsanitary and hard to clean if you let it dry there, but its great for a pocket knife or carrying when you don’t have room or storage for your scalpel handle and blade removers.