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    "My apologies, Dave, I know the image is from the competition but it's only to throw ideas around."
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    Dave -- I would say it depends on which damacus pattern you will be making them from
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    Quote Originally Posted by WildBoar View Post
    Dave -- I would say it depends on which damacus pattern you will be making them from
    Oh now we're getting crazy.....but hey....why not get crazy sometimes?

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    Another vote for scimitar on the right.

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    I vote for the bull nose knife on the left.

    Do you think this project will get knocked out before the end of summer?

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    I need to get cracking on this. It'd be nice to get a design pinned down.

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    Yup. Especially when it might take a few versions from the waterjet company to get it dialed in.

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    My vote would be for a straight 6-inch flex narrow boning, curved stiff narrow 6-inch boning, and a 12-inch cimeter. You can't have too many boning knives when you are breaking whole animals down so adding a wide 6-inch stiff boning to that would also be nice.

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