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    One of the Best Paring Knife I Have Ever Tried - Pics Soon

    I got this knife on loan from Son and I gotta tell you, this is one of the best knife I have ever held. The blade length measures 2.5", nice comfortable handle. I have never made a western handle paring knife, but after trying out this little guy, I am sold.

    It's going to be a while before I could offer it as an option, I will keep you posted, but just to give you the heads up.

    Also, looking for suggestions for an oyster knife. We talked about this knife over at Son's, but I have never owned an oyster knife, so I would need a heavy input.

    Thanks,

    Marko


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    Try out a butch Harner. Carpenter steel. Got mine a few weeks ago based on recommendations and I love it.

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    This is the one that's 150+ years old, right...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rami_m View Post
    Try out a butch Harner. Carpenter steel. Got mine a few weeks ago based on recommendations and I love it.
    I know that knife, Rami. That is an excellent parer.

    This one however is one I WANT to make a copy of.

    M


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    Quote Originally Posted by rami_m View Post
    Try out a butch Harner. Carpenter steel. Got mine a few weeks ago based on recommendations and I love it.
    I know that knife, Rami. That is an excellent parer.

    This one however is one I WANT to make a copy of.

    Quote Originally Posted by gic View Post
    This is the one that's 150+ years old, right...
    Yep, that's the one. I am trying to figure out how they did the bolster on that knife. Sending pics to Devin tomorrow.

    M


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    One of the Best Paring Knife I Have Ever Tried - Pics Soon

    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan View Post
    I know that knife, Rami. That is an excellent parer.

    This one however is one I WANT to make a copy of.

    M
    Ohh, you piqued my interest. Do tell

    Ps. Was not suggesting you copy anything btw, but it would help if you can work out what nice about different parers and combine into one sweet package .

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    Quote Originally Posted by rami_m View Post
    Ohh, you piqued my interest. Do tell

    Ps. Was not suggesting you copy anything btw, but it would help if you can work out what nice about different parers and combine into one sweet package .
    This one is tiny - 2.5" on the edge, but the width of the blade, the handle, the profile is just to my liking and it does exactly what it is designed to do. You can't reinvent the wheel, so if I find something I like a lot, I just copy it.


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    now i am curious ,wheres the pictures?

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    Pics or it didn't happen Marko

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    Cant wait to see this.

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