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Thread: Butcher Knife Set - KKF Member Project

  1. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Thanks for all the input guys, I'm listening to every little thing you say.


    dough, I love lambsplitters but I don't know about making them though.
    what if you could get Sam to hammer them close so you jsut finish grind handle

  2. #32
    Hammering them out is the only way I think they could (maybe) be done cost effectively.

  3. #33
    A Butchers set sounds outstanding. If you are going to include a leather case you should speak with Christian at Xian Leather: http://www.xianleather.com/ He can do anything in leather and his work is the best I've ever seen. He may be cost prohibitive but it's worth a shot. Below is a motorcycle seat he made for me:

    http://www.xianleather.com/leather/Gallery/3.html

    Sean

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    the indian larry seat is tooooo cooool....ryan

  6. #36
    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Looks like Christian has some skills, very nice stuff.
    A true craftsman, like you and others here.

  7. #37
    OK, I'm back at this again after seeing in another thread (in The Kitchen Knife forum) the mention of what a couple of people are interested in getting for a butcher's knife.

    Of the two knives shown here which are you most interested in for the larger knife?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    The one on the right for sure, I've never been a fan of the bull nose shape.

    Maybe add a little more choil for safety sake?

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    Here is a picture of a garasuki with kiritsuke tip, I think I remember someone mentioning a preference for this knife as the Forum boner-ha ha. I really like the tip because the blade isn't too narrow and that makes it possibly functional as a petty.

    http://www.This Site Not Allowed Here.com.com/tcblwa165mm.html

    What do you all think of it, but maybe with a western handle instead?

    My apologies, Dave, I know the image is from the competition but it's only to throw ideas around.

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