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    The JKI Caveman Series...

    Thoughts?


    In all seriousness, this was a gift from a friend... i think its one of the coolest knives i own now

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    very nice
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    Steak knife!!
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    obsidian? Looks sweet, I watched an old flint knapper do a couple pieces several years ago. One in flint, and one in obsidian. That volcanic glass, is bar none, the sharpest edge I have ever seen. He told me some of his stuff gets used by plastic surgeons. Its sharper than their scalpels.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PierreRodrigue View Post
    That volcanic glass, is bar none, the sharpest edge I have ever seen.
    I read a study of obsidian once...it's supposedly the sharpest material on the planet.

    Looks very cool Jon...you figured out how you're going to use it yet?
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    i opened a cup of ramen today with it

    (it was crazy busy here today and i didnt really have time to eat a real lunch)

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    Quote Originally Posted by PierreRodrigue View Post
    He told me some of his stuff gets used by plastic surgeons. Its sharper than their scalpels.
    Obsidian scalpels are used often in eye surgery, because they make the cleanest cuts and--compared to diamond instruments of similar precision sharpness--they're more cost effective and durable.

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    Ramen isin't real food??

    Quote Originally Posted by JBroida View Post
    i opened a cup of ramen today with it

    (it was crazy busy here today and i didnt really have time to eat a real lunch)

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    lol... if you saw what i ate today, you would agree with me on this

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    I love how light plays off obsidian. When i was a kid i used to make crude little sculptures out of it. mostly fish, the reflections reminded me of fish scales.

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