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    Quote Originally Posted by RRLOVER View Post
    The comp is 01 & L6 and i would put it around 62rc at least,it's not soft.

    Del normally gets 61 dead on

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    I'd buy it! Nice work, everything looks incredibly well done.

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    Hello Guys,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Very nice, knife and handle look amazing, interesting profile as well looks like the tip will be really agile especially given the thinness.

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    Wow... thats a sexy knife! Really nice job.

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    Wow don't know how I missed this. I saw the handle thread.

    Great looking blade Mario! It really looks like you nailed the thin grind. What have you cut up with it so far?
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    The profile is probably the best I've ever seen; love the long length of flatness on the edge; love the tip; love that its borderline shallow in depth; and of course, love your rounded choil (Ive copied this on several of the knives I found myself choking up on a bunch). he handle is just icing on the cake! Great job M!
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    Thanx potato,I have beat the snot out of it to see if the thin edge would hold up.I read a post a long time ago about how many dammy blades were thick behind the edge so I wanted to make a blade with a sturdy spine and a thin edge.I am happy with it so far.Chris....I wanted a large flat spot but my newbie grinding skills failed,there is no flat spot on the blade at all.

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