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Thread: First project - Sabatier Refurb

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    That Nguyen piece is sweet.

    Yours is still impressive.

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    Very nice work! Very unique one of a kind piece your sous has now.Um, you need another sous?

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    The word 'overqualified' comes to mind.

    But if you are ok with a 50% pay cut, a commute half way across the country, and doing inventory every Sunday the job is yours. If you hang on for a year I'll even whip up a Forgecraft for you....
    Economy of means leads to dexterity of will.

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    Ha! Inventory every Sunday, eh? It sounds like her new knife is well deserved!

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    Well deserved indeed. A great Sous is truly priceless.
    Economy of means leads to dexterity of will.

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    Is this the same Sous you've introduced to us before? I want to start a fan club.
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    Older and wider.

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    I want to do a refurb myself, not the handle b/c I do not have the tools for it but besides forgecraft and sabatier what is there?

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    oh yea and BTW, how many freaking bull noses did Forgecraft make, a lot on the bay

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    Chuck that's awesome. Very nice work for a first go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    That Nguyen piece is sweet.

    Yours is still impressive.
    Yes it is!

    Nice Job Charlie, very nice
    Huw
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