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    That sounds familiar...

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    My box only had one in it, but it sure is beautiful.
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    Whoa! That looks outstanding, Bulldog. Can't wait to get mine.

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    Congrats! Did you get a saya?

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    Yes, I did. Pic to follow.

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    Nice blade. I like that it is so sharp it can cut statue heads off

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    Nice blade. I like that it is so sharp it can cut statue heads off

    k.
    Yeah, it's sharp alright, but for head work, I may have to get one of those cleavers

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    Congrats Bulldog. Stunning.

    Nice work Marko!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    Nice blade. I like that it is so sharp it can cut statue heads off.




    And another looker of a knife. Anyone put one through the **** at work yet?

    These pics are really good quality, but so tiny! Doesn't anyone have any horrendously large files I can zoom in on? I needs the close ups!

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    5.56 MB jpg...this file is huge on my computer....28% of it fills the whole screen. I dont know how to make them bigger on here.

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