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    F/S Adam Marr pairing knife

    For sale, Adam Marr pairing knife in AEB-L with a maple burl and black wood handle. I have used it only 2 times, never sharpened so basically in new condition. Selling because it is a little big for my hand and I always reach to my Ealy pairing knife instead, other then that it is amazing
    Looking for what I paid $125, I will cover shipping in Canada, half to the states, and international pays

    Sorry for the bad pictures, its been a bad day outside all day so no natural light, I can't take better pictures tomorrow

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    How does this compare to your ealy? Why do you prefer the ealy?

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    The Ealy is realy comfy in hand, while this would be if I had bigger hands. the handle on the Marr pairing knife is nice and contoured but sine I got long narrow fingers, it feels awkward. And my Ealy is Damascus. plus I also have a pierre pairing knife and a Harner stabber

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    Some better pictures of the handle, Adam did a really good job on this handle, it is an experimental handle done with two types of wood

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    how's the handle compare to your stabber? I have the stabber and an ealy and find that the ealy can get a bit lost in my hand since it's got a somewhat short handle whereas the harner feels locked in place but isn't the best at in hand work. I wear size L glove btw and have thin fingers.

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    wow, that looks fantastic.
    For me, I find most paring knife handles to be too small, but that looks fantastic. Any chance of pic next to a ruler for scale?

    Price is very reasonable too -basically priced at what the handle should cost so the blade is free. I think that Adam undercharged / basically doesn't count his time for much of a cost. FWIW to anyone else that's interested, I have another blade of his done in AEB-L and the HT is spot on. As we know, AEB-L takes some skill and close control to get right. I think he may have had some help early on from DT.
    "I gotta tell ya, this is pretty terrific. Ha hahaha, YEAH!" - Moe (w/ 2 knives). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVt4U...layer_embedded

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    Adam makes an awesome product. If I didn't have a parer I'm rather partial to, I'd be buying this. I agree with Justin, as well. I'm no HT expert, but my Marr petty takes a great edge, and cuts through whole chickens for days.
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    Pleue- my Ealy is perfect size for my handle when I am doing in hand work, the stabber is a bit long in my hand when I am cutting but not long enough to be a pain. The marr is about the same length in hand as the stabber but a bit more width to the handle, and it has some amazing curves that are really well suited for a right hand ( not so good for the left hand)

    Justin- I should have a picture soon, just trying to find some better lighting in my house.

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    Handle is almost 4" blade is about 3.3"
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