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    That's awesome Pierre. Love the simplicity. In the second to last picture though, it looks like the spine and bolsters are a little off--is that just a trick of the light?

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    nice sweet clean lines. Very sheek.
    Très sheek indeed.

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    Awesome knife, Pierre. This and the last suji you made have made me very jealous of these future owners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vertigo View Post
    That's awesome Pierre. Love the simplicity. In the second to last picture though, it looks like the spine and bolsters are a little off--is that just a trick of the light?



    Très sheek indeed.
    Must be the light... I see what you see in the pic, but if you zoom in you can see it clear.


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    Kinda like a stealth bomber, or one of the "Q-ships" from WWII. No flash and glitter, just pure performance.

    Nice job, Bear.

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    Stealthy indeed. It reminds me of those sneeky state trooper mustangs/camaros. There does seem to be missing one thing though. Where's your maker's mark?

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    That's just beautiful! I noticed the palm swell is a little different than your others. This adds a little something different. Very nice work as always!
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    See! I just commented in Dels post I forgot today! No worries, it will be there!


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    I love that look. Don't get me wrong, I love fancy beautiful wood, but those clean crisp looks have always appealed to me too. Very nice work and congrats to the owner.

    k.
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    Pierre, I just realized this is a lot like what I had planned. I swear I wasn't copying you when I came up with the idea for the knife I'm working on! Haha. At least you know that mine will be nowhere close to as perfect as this one.
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    That last one is nice. I wonder if the buyer works somewhere everyone else always uses his knives? Very stealthy looking

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