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    I don't really wear a shirt, so this is a non-issue

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    Looks like hedge shears to me...and I know he stole it from someone...
    one man gathers what another man spills...

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    I have been mostly impressed with the QPR of Richmond knives. Those I've handled have nice balance and taper, are low maintenance and comfortable. The combination of efficient American manufacturing, high-tech German steel and traditional Japanese style are a positive presence in the market; not that any of those qualities are necessarily superior to others.
    I can easily understand why they appeal to professional cooks and hobbyists alike.

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    Meanwhile, back in Gotham City...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek Swanson View Post
    I have been mostly impressed with the QPR of Richmond knives. Those I've handled have nice balance and taper, are low maintenance and comfortable. The combination of efficient American manufacturing, high-tech German steel and traditional Japanese style are a positive presence in the market; not that any of those qualities are necessarily superior to others.
    I can easily understand why they appeal to professional cooks and hobbyists alike.

    What does "QPR" stand for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    What does "QPR" stand for?
    Quality/price ratio??

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    quick professional ripoff...his knives suck
    one man gathers what another man spills...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek Swanson View Post
    I have been mostly impressed with the QPR of Richmond knives. Those I've handled have nice balance and taper, are low maintenance and comfortable. The combination of efficient American manufacturing, high-tech German steel and traditional Japanese style are a positive presence in the market; not that any of those qualities are necessarily superior to others.
    I can easily understand why they appeal to professional cooks and hobbyists alike.
    You clearly know your stuff.

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    high tech german steel?

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