Type: Posts; User: ejd53
It was me. The timing was just unusual that they all showed up at the same time. They were actually ordered months apart.
So far, no complaints. Michael has been using this pattern for quite a while and it seems pretty well liked.
I love them. The handles are figured Koa and the Blades are W2.
Just a couple of things from Michael Rader:
You are correct. There is a thread about it, just check back through HHH.
Obviously the answer is 42, because as everyone knows it is the "Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, The Universe, and Everything".:rofl2:
They arrived yesterday and I can tell you that the pictures don't do them justice. Thanks again Randy, it was fun to be part of your first integral knives.
Stunning! That burl is spectacular.
um....:crazy:...:goodpost: Awww...you guessed.
Well, I hadn't intended to have all of these come in at the same time, but timing is everything as they say...
A few not so oldies from Randy at HHH....:bliss:
Ok, I admit it, I am the lucky recipient of this set. When Randy and I first talked about it over a year ago, I asked him what he would make if he could choose the knife. He told me that he had...
Absolutely stunning, Will.
To say I'm excited is an understatement.:fanning:
Nope, but I have been having some internet problems lately. (:curse: Uverse).
Gee, I wonder what those could be? :doublethumbsup:
Stunning work as usual, Will.
:plus1: My Red Shark gyuto is not light, but it cuts so well that you just fly through things. Maybe that takes some of the weight off. :biggrin: