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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    Are you planning on sticking to the same type of "bolster?"

    Yes sir, the wood bolster has been working out nice for me and it's been the most requested so I'm sticking with it. Plus, I like the ability to add a little flair to each knife making them one of a kinds.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty View Post
    Petty looks great. Nice heel height.

    Thanks, I'm glad that you noticed since this was intentional. I designed it to be what I like in a petty and that's the ability to work off and on the board.

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    OK, Dave, what about the cleaver?


  4. #14
    You might as well add the wa option to the monthly payment plan, ya know what I mean?

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    How bout a honesuki!

  7. #17
    Dave, I think these are two very good model choices in your repertoire...


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    OK both of these new knives have been added to our shopping cart and are available to order on the monthly payment plan. I will be sending the templates to the waterjet folks this week and getting some blanks cut from our steel following that.

    *Note - At this time there is not a wa handle option, these are to be western handled knives.


    See Martell 180mm Nakiri & Martell 160mm Petty for details



    Thanks to all of you for your interest!
    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Yes sir, the wood bolster has been working out nice for me and it's been the most requested so I'm sticking with it. Plus, I like the ability to add a little flair to each knife making them one of a kinds.
    Are you saying it has nothing to do with the PITA the last metal bolsters were

    k.
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