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    I'd be interested in seeing who some of them...

    I'd be interested in seeing who some of them were. If it is folks that we aren't familiar with over here, I'd like to at least see what they're making
  2. Thread: Pairing Knives

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    http://i1144.photobucket.com/albums/o496/ReedEdwar...

    http://i1144.photobucket.com/albums/o496/ReedEdwards/DSC03822_zps18bf6760.jpg
    Scott Mcghee on top,Nick Wheeler in the middle, and Michael Rader on the bottom. Top two are O-1, bottom is Cru ForgeV.
  3. Thread: The Edge(er)

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    I liked the sharpening strokes at the end on the...

    I liked the sharpening strokes at the end on the pavement. Were those edge leading or edge trailing?
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    First pic it almost looks like the handle is the...

    First pic it almost looks like the handle is the same material as the blade, just with a little color added. Pretty cool. Over the top, but cool. Abalone? Synthetic or real?
  5. Thread: Quail

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    Season, dust in a coating of flour and pecan...

    Season, dust in a coating of flour and pecan flour, pan fry. Make a flour gravy from the drippings. Serve over Anson Mills grits.
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    You can't stop with a stinking box picture! We...

    You can't stop with a stinking box picture! We wanna see the knife(s).
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    I'm with Lefty:...

    I'm with Lefty:
    http://i1144.photobucket.com/albums/o496/ReedEdwards/DSC01718.jpg
  8. Tempering temperatures for carbon steel seem to...

    Tempering temperatures for carbon steel seem to be in the 300-500 degree range often, so you would be changing the heat treat by doing so. And you'd certainly affect the handle by doing something...
  9. Thread: Blade Show 2014

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    I'm planning on heading down on Sat. Looking...

    I'm planning on heading down on Sat. Looking forward to fondling lots of stuff, and mostly kitchen knives.

    Reed
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    I really like the integral wa. Of course, that...

    I really like the integral wa. Of course, that may be because I already have one. First time I've been tempted in a long time.
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    With my first knife purchase, I bought a 240...

    With my first knife purchase, I bought a 240 gyuto and a petty(Kikuichi). I found I rarely used the petty, but wanted a paring for more "in hand" sort of work. So when I ordered my set of Raders,...
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    What if it is a paying forum vendor?

    What if it is a paying forum vendor?
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    I guess my concern would be the heat treat. No...

    I guess my concern would be the heat treat. No mention, so are they just utilizing the heat treat that the rasp had? After it has been cut with a torch? And a lot of rasps these days are just case...
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    Stereo.Pete, I really liked that one when I saw...

    Stereo.Pete, I really liked that one when I saw it over yonder. Salem's work definitely has a look unique to him. And I really like the black ash burl, my first comissioned knife had that on it. ...
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    I couldn't make the Pa gathering, but would...

    I couldn't make the Pa gathering, but would definitely be interested in a reprise of the NC gathering from last year.
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    You could print a Genuine damascus Kramer Chef's...

    You could print a Genuine damascus Kramer Chef's knife and then sell it for 30K.
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    http://i1144.photobucket.com/albums/o496/ReedEdwar...

    http://i1144.photobucket.com/albums/o496/ReedEdwards/Straub_zps05fe91c1.jpg

    Salem Straub Chef knife.
    http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php/1168780-A-hamon-chef-with-black-ash-burl
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    Absolutely. They are more than you want to spend...

    Absolutely. They are more than you want to spend for a thermometer, but once you get one you don't want to be without. The oven thermometer/timer is really handy as well. Make a very good pair.
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    For me, I might knock it down even to two: Gyuto...

    For me, I might knock it down even to two: Gyuto and parer. My gyuto does a very nice job on crusty artisan type bread, so I don't see a whole lot of need for a bread knife. The petty is kind of...
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    Don't think I've ever see a western wa handle...

    Don't think I've ever see a western wa handle before. I'll be interested to see how you like it once you put it to use.
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    Love the damascus on this one. Very cool. How...

    Love the damascus on this one. Very cool. How do you like the shape in use?
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    You could butter a nice, wide piece of bread with...

    You could butter a nice, wide piece of bread with that one. I'd be putting butter on everything.
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    Let's see, if I can get an ID made as Jamaster14,...

    Let's see, if I can get an ID made as Jamaster14, and get to the Post office tomorrow before he gets there.......................
  24. Thread: Hamon Line

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    Quote Originally Posted by knyfeknerd View Post...

    Quote Originally Posted by knyfeknerd View Post
    ECG= East Coast Gathering!




    When and where?
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    Dang, its raining Raders! Man, those are sweet! ...

    Dang, its raining Raders! Man, those are sweet! I really like how the feather pattern is proportionately smaller on the smaller knife. And those handles are really nice as well. Enjoy!
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