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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbybrocks View Post
    W I'm really wanting to keep Customs to a minimum on this one, even though I would have loved you to try it. So U.S mainland only.
    No worries, perfectly understandable.
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    Thats nearly everyone. I'll pop you all an e-mail later so you have my details too. And get this off to Johnny today, before I start fiddling again.

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    Waiting for the feedback from this excitedly, wish I'd been able to try it out before it's journey. Last time I saw it the grind was only half done but even then it just felt like it wanted to cut things.

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    Sorry Tom. But there will be more. I really enjoy grinding the longer narrower type knife. I really appreciated your input on this knife. So will be able to hold you partly responsible if everyone hates it
    I posted this today folks......

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    Lol, happy to take the blame, if it becomes an embarassment i'm happy to take it off your hands so you don't have to see it again

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    Arrived today, no problems. More to come, have to go to work now.
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    Ah excellent news.

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    Wow. I now see that I didn't really comprehend how long that handle is, haha! Still looks very nice, though.

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    yeah, when I saw the pics I thought "oh that's nice looking"...then I saw it was 300mm...I was like "*** that handle has to be HUGE."

    Very cool though. Interesting to see how it balances out.

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    It a two hander, for mammoth steaks! Probably need a bigger knife for that though. I hovered near the saw for a second, but decided to leave it long, for balance and I liked the look. I'll be interested to hear if it gets in the way at all or causes any problems.

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