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    Very clean and simple lines.Love it.

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    Love the etch!

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    Thanks again.

    the etch does kinda add a little something doesn't it. It was just a quick dip about 30 seconds in some 4:1 water/ferric

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    Wow. That's why I always go back to my Burkes.
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    BEAUTIFUL!
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    Absolutely STUNNING!

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    Looks like it could be someone's only knife. That's a very good thing.
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    thanks a bunch forumites.

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    Wow, this looks amazing. Looking great

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    Awesome etch. The 2ndary shadows you get above the cladding line on your knives are more dramatic than any others Ive seen.
    Can you explain what causes this without giving away too many secrets? Is it just the thinness of the cladding?
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