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    Senior Member ThEoRy's Avatar
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    Heard of this guy?

    Anyone here know of or have heard about this guy Chris Williams?

    http://williamsknife.com/

    A friend of mine saw a local catalog with his stuff in it and asked me about it. I never heard of him, do you guys have any info?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEoRy View Post
    Anyone here know of or have heard about this guy Chris Williams?

    http://williamsknife.com/

    A friend of mine saw a local catalog with his stuff in it and asked me about it. I never heard of him, do you guys have any info?
    That VG10 blade looks like its one of those blanks that Texas Knife Supply used to sell.
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    I read the article on him in Garden and Gun. He charges $275 for an oyster knife. Haven't handled any of his stuff and with prices like that I probably never will. He's pretty close to my town and would love to "buy local" if and when possible, but not at that price point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Pescador View Post
    That VG10 blade looks like its one of those blanks that Texas Knife Supply used to sell.

    That's what I'm seeing. Some of the others look like knife house blanks too.

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    well out of my price range, but i really like the looks of the Black Mingo:

    http://williamsknife.com/store-items/black-mingo/

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    Yeah I mean it's like $875 for a 210mm vg 10 TKS blank? Was this guy previously a tactical/outdoor knife maker? Quotes like "VG-10 core, this knife will hold an edge that is unparallelled." Make me go, huh???
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    For the price of that, I'll take two Rodrigues, or a couple Harners, thanks. Or a DT, or....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Notaskinnychef View Post
    well out of my price range, but i really like the looks of the Black Mingo:

    http://williamsknife.com/store-items/black-mingo/
    Looks like Alabama Damascus... 4 distinct colors in the pattern. Its their signature mix.


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    Good eye Pierre. Its Brads steel. and brads heat treat and grind.

    http://www.alabamadamascussteel.com/.../Detail?no=269

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    The paring knife has a good look to it but again prices vs steel would make it a silly choice I bought my LR harner for less and could easily get a Del Ealy and just keep the extra $50.

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