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    Senior Member cheflarge's Avatar
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    Looks like a REAL cutter! BEAUTIFUL!!!

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    I'm about done with it, right now, I think. Here are a couple more teasers: album. It's not as asymmetric as the looks in the choil shot, the light just caught the rounded edge in a funny way.

    It cuts very, very well.

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    Very nice job! Are you feeling a bit of Shig love yet? I'm sure it cuts very well.
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    I've always loved my Shigs. I love this Shig much more than my last Shig, because this Shig hadn't been ruined before I got my hands on it (it was thick as hell, but profile was good), and I'm truly qualified to work on a Shig, these days, unlike when I last bought one (which was ruined, anyway, and the person who bought it got a knife that cut well, at a good price with a great custom handle, but needed to be turned into a 210). It's a great cutter. Still not as good as my Heijis, but I really like it.

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    Nice work Jacob. Thanks for sharing.
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