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    Who's got one of these?

    Here's a knife style that I've never had sent in for sharpening, only seen them online, and I'm wondering if anyone has one of these? I'm betting the answer will be no.
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    Umm??? What the heck is that Dave? I have never seen a knife like that. Please explain.

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    So what is the knob for?

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    is that a UK style knife to prevent the knife from becoming a stabbing weapon?

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    That's different never seen that before either. Maybe grind it off. I kid! How long is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBroida View Post
    knife for frozen foods... used one, but never owned one
    that makes sense.

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    How does it help with frozen foods? My thought was it fitted in some jig so it could be used like a kind of guillotine with the knob being used as a pivot point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squilliam View Post
    How does it help with frozen foods? My thought was it fitted in some jig so it could be used like a kind of guillotine with the knob being used as a pivot point.
    the handle near the tip improves leverage. frozen foods are had to cut.

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    Huh.interesting...the other day I was just thinking there must be a better way of cutting frozen foods. When we make sausage, we use frozen meat. Thawed a little, but pretty damn frozen and I just use a crappy house knife to hack it to pieces, but its a real pain (and strain on my body).

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