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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattias504 View Post
    Exciting!
    There might be a third one as well in 240-255mm range, but in a different steel (than 52100). The details are to follow, still working on the optimal heat treatment.

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    Senior Member Line cooked's Avatar
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    I very excited for you. Can not wait to here the results

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    Quote Originally Posted by Line cooked View Post
    I very excited for you. Can not wait to here the results
    +1 not to mention using one myself!

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    Thanks guys. I am a little slow on this project as there so many distractions (heat treating new steels is one of them), plus I need to finish with custom work that I owe people for a long time (not proud about myself about this one ), plus wanted to get as much feedback on heat treatment and grind as possible, before sending knives out for reviews.

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    Take your time and make em perfect..
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEoRy View Post
    Take your time and make em perfect..
    They won't be perfect, but they will reflect my current skill level.


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