righty bias on the grind/sharpening? can i see a choil shot?
i would get it soon as i can see a nice choil shot.
a lefty here
is it just a weird picture or is there a hole in the grind a little more than an inch in from the tip?
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Don't touch my d!ck. Dont touch my knife. ~ Anthony Bourdain ~
I think the lighting makes it look bad, really it is nothing 5 minutes on the stones wouldn't take care of, I just didn't bother since I didn't really see the point - I wanted to smooth out the area just above the edge. Once I was satisfied with that I went on to sharpening. I am an amateur sharpener though, I wonder what Dave Martell or the like could do with it. Because otherwise I liked the profile and the blue #2 should be a good durable steel. I like the rustic look too.
i have decided to concede my interest. apologies for taking so long. been sick and busy. priorities has been shifted around.
This knife is still available. I hope the talk about the visual imperfections you see from a camera don't scare anyone off, functionally the edge is fine. Also the blade has a very light lacquer coat, so it is totally unreactive, except the core, which being blue steel isn't terribly reactive anyway.