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    Thank you. They are very similar but one has a little less belly than the other.

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    Absolutely love everything about these knives - blade profile, steel, handle, details - everything! It all comes together so well. Simply stunning!

    Are both blade shapes the same? Kinda hard to tell from the angle of each knife in the pics. Just curious...

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    Bill the knives look amazing. That steel is blowing my mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quantumcloud509 View Post
    Bill the knives look amazing. That steel is blowing my mind.
    Thank you. the steel is pretty amazing. it is a little different to work with though.

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    I want one , pleaseeeeeee

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    Love the ironwood

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    Almost missed this one, beautiful work. And here I thought there was not much left that could be changed...

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    Noticed you've used Takefu steel on a couple of your most recent beauties. V-2 steel, less Tungsten than V-1. Slightly less brittle ? Little tougher? Just curious Bill. Loved them both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrmnms View Post
    Noticed you've used Takefu steel on a couple of your most recent beauties. V-2 steel, less Tungsten than V-1. Slightly less brittle ? Little tougher? Just curious Bill. Loved them both.
    the v-2 steel seems less brittle at high hardness than v-1 steel that I have used. But I have Not done much with V-1 so some playing around would be in order before I would give any kind of concrete statement about this.

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    Wow these are beautiful. How do I get my hands on one of these???

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorT View Post
    Wow these are beautiful. How do I get my hands on one of these???
    1) Get on Bill's waiting list (typically close to 2 years), 2) check Epicurean Edge regularly (as Bill sends them knives throughout the year), and 3) check B/S/T here on this BBS (although Burke's do not come up for sale very often).
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