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    Im so glad it sold at the show

    I see on the first photo that it got a price? What kind of price?
    As always Bill: Im impressed

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    Nice grab for Daniel. How come he always ends up with your knives?!?!?!?! Always a pleasure to see your work Bill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattrud View Post
    Nice grab for Daniel. How come he always ends up with your knives?!?!?!?! Always a pleasure to see your work Bill.
    Fast leg work.


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    I held it till the last hour of the show before I sold it to him. Turns out he was the only kitchen knife buyer that turned up at the show. This knife won best culinary knife award.

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    Is he planning on reselling it or is it for personal use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew H View Post
    Is he planning on reselling it or is it for personal use?
    I am sure it will be for resale

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    Had a great time after the show. Went to dinner with Hoss and his son John, then back to my place where we sat around and and had a good discussion about knife making and heat treating. thanks Hoss it was a great time.

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    Wow! Amazi ng

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    Yea, Bill beat me head to head in the culinary competition. One judge insisted that my feather pattern 180 should be the winner and the other two judges thought that Bill's was best. All the judges thought that the feather pattern 180 should be moved to the " Best Damascus" catagory and I won that award.

    Congrats to Bill.

    Bill and Patty along with the other knife guy's in the Boise area were great hosts. We had a great time. Thank you Bill.

    Hoss

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    Sounds like you guys had fun. Anyone actually sell any knives there to regular customers or did Epic Edge grab them all? Last year lots of guys said they had a great show, but when I asked who they sold to, most said it was to Daniel. (For the record, most of the knives I sold last year were to him too - and I don't have a problem with that at all.)

    Just askin': Are there enough regular customers that buy knives at the shows to make the trip worth it?

    -M

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