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    I have been involved with the custom knife...

    I have been involved with the custom knife industry for over 35 years. The one thing I have learned is that many, maybe most, just disappear over night when you are not looking. It is very hard to...
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    In most locations it is against the law to carry...

    In most locations it is against the law to carry any knife, including kitchen cutlery, with "the intend to go armed." What and when you can carry a knife varies greatly between areas but where I...
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    Isn't that about $2100 over priced?

    Isn't that about $2100 over priced?
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    Watching the butchers in Hanoi will make a...

    Watching the butchers in Hanoi will make a believer out of you on this knife pattern. Deep body for cutting up large chunks of meat, long curved edge for slicing, and a very fine point for boning....
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    A few thousand guys armed with a knife have been...

    A few thousand guys armed with a knife have been shot dead by the cops using the Tueller Drill as a defense for sure.
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    "IF" it is a clear day, a trip to the top of the...

    "IF" it is a clear day, a trip to the top of the Space Needle is worth doing too.
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    Pike Place for sight seeing. Ivars or Elliot Bay...

    Pike Place for sight seeing. Ivars or Elliot Bay for halibut. Etta's for crab cakes. :)
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    The best thing about fighters for a custom maker...

    The best thing about fighters for a custom maker is that they will probably never be used for much. No one will ever get around to complaining about actual performance in the field and the fact they...
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    Just received a Cold Steel 1917 style cutlass...

    Just received a Cold Steel 1917 style cutlass machete today. Other than the blade pattern, no where near historically accurate to any thing but I think it is the best cheap "sword" you are going to...
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    My guess is Murray will try to sell him on taking...

    My guess is Murray will try to sell him on taking his own class in Oregon. :)
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    My hotel in Chengdu had "double boiled yak...

    My hotel in Chengdu had "double boiled yak pizzle" in English on their menu. :) Didn't try it though. A friend commented he was sure it was much better than single boiled.
  12. I've used the standard line but never the pro...

    I've used the standard line but never the pro versions. In general, the standards always seemed pretty basic for the price but I have no real complaints about performance.
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    The Cold Steel "sword style" machetes are really...

    The Cold Steel "sword style" machetes are really good for the money but they are light years from traditional.
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    Not sure if Ken had a table or booth. Rain Knives...

    Not sure if Ken had a table or booth. Rain Knives did. Ken is a friend of mine and we had an interesting conversation about his part in the history of Shun knives and why they came to be. Some people...
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    I also noticed that the new Ken Onion line has...

    I also noticed that the new Ken Onion line has been contracted out to a different maker. Went from Lamson to a company connected with Fox of Italy. They said they are being made in the U.S. so that...
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    Bill Burke told me that there seemed to be a lot...

    Bill Burke told me that there seemed to be a lot less interest in kitchen knives at the show than there had been at the Seattle show. Funny what people will spend their money on sometimes.
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    One of the quirks I noticed about cleavers in...

    One of the quirks I noticed about cleavers in Chengdu was that the standard wood slabs held on by cutlery rivets type handle was more common than what I think of as the traditional wood cylinder...
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    Far as I can tell, the movie isn't even going to...

    Far as I can tell, the movie isn't even going to come to any of our 10 screens. Godzilla, on the other hand, is another story.
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    I picked up a large, heavy one in Chengdu a few...

    I picked up a large, heavy one in Chengdu a few weeks ago for around a $1 but that isn't much help. My cooking instructor showed me how to roast Sichuan pepper and other spices in the ladle over an...
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    I've been very happy with a JCK FS-2 I bought...

    I've been very happy with a JCK FS-2 I bought last year. It serves as my primary satay blade for slicing meat into thin strips.
  21. If you go to the Chinese website Chefs Mall, you...

    If you go to the Chinese website Chefs Mall, you will find they list what you are looking for under just the term "cleaver." As in an all purpose kitchen chopper to include chicken and fish bones....
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    I would think you would find plenty of adequate Italian made knives for short term vacation use where you are without worrying about exotic Japanese stuff. The better Italian lines certainly match...
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    I tried to talk Tram. into importing a few of...

    I tried to talk Tram. into importing a few of those inexpensive carbon models they sell all over Latin America several years ago and found Tramontina-USA very unfriendly. The impression was if you...
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    Will be there all three days but not behind a...

    Will be there all three days but not behind a table this year. :)
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    I don't know the fine details of our customs laws...

    I don't know the fine details of our customs laws but paying duty on packages shipped from out of the country has never been my experience. I have received two different boxes of cleavers direct from...
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