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    Paring knife question.

    Im working on a few stainless paring knives. And, As I started grinding the bevels I was unsure if I should take the grind full on the edge or stop it just short or the handle area.

    The handle will stop just behind the index finger groove. and there will be no bolsters. At least thats the plan at the moment.

    Heres a picture of the blades. Any input would be appreciated.
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    Knock, Knock, Knock.. Hello..... anyone?

    Full cutting edge or stop short just in front of the index finger grove?

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    Full edge for sure.
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    full

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    Hey Randy - I would go full.

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    No reason not go full with the finger cutout and no bolster.
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    Full length Randy - it's more useful not to mention easier to sharpen.

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    Full edge. Looks like a winner!
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    That index finger groove looks like a great idea...
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    Thanks guys, That was my gut feeling but I wanted to get some input from my fellow knife nuts! Ill post up some image ASAP

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