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    Look what I just got

    Vintage Sabs reprofiled, rehandled work done by Mrmnms. Absolutely stoked can't wait to get them on the cutting board at work tomorrow.

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    Nice handle job Mike!
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    The top one was purchased in '79, originally twelve inches, currently about eleven inches.

    Bottom one purchased in '82, originally ten inches, currently about eight and a half.

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    Nice!
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    beauties!
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    Thanks, fellas. Just got through a day of work with the two Sab's & absoluely love the way they performed!!! Handles are very comfortable in hand and the blades cut really quit well, I couldn't be happier.

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    Hope it's ok to post this here, just got back my own vintage Sab, this is stamped "Johnsons overalls Sydney" like the one Chris just did for Son.
    Rehandled and bolster ground down by a local guy, wood is Snakewood from Burlsource
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    Huw
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    who did the grinding for you? i'm keen to get that done here in sydney too on a boning knife or something.

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    Gotta love those vintage Sab's!

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    nicely done all of them

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