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    Don't worry, Oivind, I'll get pics on Friday.

    The offer still stands for anyone who wants to buy a Burke via me!

    I ask for no money or anything, it just sounds fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Burke View Post
    You guys will have to excuse my friend Erik. everyone knows Ogre's have very bad manners.
    Did he show up when you guys dug too deep at that silver mine?

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    I'll try and get some posted but I haven't got the knives done yet. We have had about four feet of snowfall since last thursday morning and I have been plowing snow like a madman.

    Quote Originally Posted by oivind_dahle View Post
    Bill:

    How about some pics for the wolves?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BurkeCutlery View Post
    Did he show up when you guys dug too deep at that silver mine?
    Ouch.....................

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    Hey, if you did, that'd be kudos in my book.

    You coming to San Antonio?

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    Anyone want to give a guess as to the price point?

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    Looking forward to pics!

    I hate snow myself, been out plowing myself and today my back hurts

    My guess on prices:

    1000 - 4000
    Depending on knife, length, steel and handlematerial.
    240 Guyto: about 2000 - 3000

    And its worth it

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    Sheep horn Damascus 210mm gyoto... 2500, 52100 iron wood 250mm gyoto proto type 1000, tamahagane yanagi 2250. sorry no pettys or slicers didn't have time to finish them.

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    Bill

    What is most difficult to make: Damascus or your san-mai?

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    And do post a pic of the prototype. I might buy it online

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