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    So who copied who?

    Every time someone posts a Jay Fisher chef's knife I see Pakistani knife in my mind, they just have that look. So I'm surfing ebay and come across something that blows my mind.....



    Pakistan Ebay Special.....
    $39.99






    Jay Fisher Custom chef's knife....
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    I must have one!!!
    Does the Pakistani one feature a Coprolite handle too?
    I think if you play connect-the-dots with the holes, it's a picture of a penis!
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    Here's another one....


    Pakistani





    Jay Fisher


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    The sincerest form of flattery???
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    Pakistani (but in Damascus) $59.99






    Jay Fisher


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    apart from the question, how are those blades practical?
    Or are they for decoration only?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mainaman View Post
    apart from the question, how are those blades practical?
    Or are they for decoration only?

    I think the holes are for grating cheese?

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    Wow ! buy a hundred of each and dump them on the market put some story behind it
    The forging process is so precision only a true master can create those holes
    The more holes the better the knife .
    only $129 and free sharpening tips .
    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    So are what you're saying is that jay is Pakistani?....ryan


    viva la revolucion !

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    Quote Originally Posted by sudsy9977 View Post
    So are what you're saying is that jay is Pakistani?....ryan

    Well....no.....but it appears that they have similar styles.

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