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    Del are we still on track to do these out of AEB-L at the $430 price range? I haven't seen anything about these recently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Pescador View Post
    Del are we still on track to do these out of AEB-L at the $430 price range? I haven't seen anything about these recently.

    I am aiming to start these in the beginning of next week, now that someone closed the door to hell, I can finish a bit of damascus.

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    #3 african blackwood bolster black ash handle.
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    That handle has a birthmark. Sexy as hell...

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    Hot dang these knives look gorgeous. I can't wait to see some reviews on how the new profile performs.

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    Add 90%+ humidity and you have an August party in the Tampa bay area.
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