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    Another yes to sab profile without bolster if you are willing to add females to this party.

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    Only females from San Antonio and wherever Lucretia (Sharpshooter) is from.

    Are we talking Nogent or the other Sab?
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    im down with a forgecraft profile, or sab, or whatever. as long as its on the flat side. i like 240mm knives that run long...245-250mm, if possible. maybe 50mm in height at the choil?

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    I am in. I will toss a few ideas out on profile once I get off work.

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    50-52mm? =D

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    Woo-Hoo, Lefty you are the man! I am interested. I also vote for the Sab profile (minus or minimized of the nasty finger guard/bolster), 50/50 sounds good. I would prefer carbon (maybe 01). If not carbon, is there any semi-stainless which might get us the best of both worlds? +1 to ~50mm on the heel. Oh yeah, traditional rather than nogent.

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    I always loved the profile of the sab on the bottom. Nice flat spot without too much belly in the tip.

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    Flat Sab/forgecraft hybrid. I think it should go with out saying at this point that there wouldn't be a finger guard style bolster. I'm thinking 3.5-4 mm at the spine choil point, convex grind down to 1mm or less at the heel. And a wicked distal taper. I'm trying to remember who had a custom updated Sab, I think it was Canadian, and I believe Pierre did it. I could be wrong on both those counts, but I really enjoyed the look of that knife in terms of profile. Anybody remember what I'm talking about?
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    Yeah, AEB-L is nice.

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    Sab sounds very promising. I love the bottom knife. I actually just got my best-friend a Sab for his birthday. Kinda says what I think of them.

    And yup, it was Canadian and Pierre. I know the current owner really well, so it might be a great starting point. With that being said, let's keep the ideas for profile coming.
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