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    My first post here and what better way to start off than to show you the ugliest knife, by far, that I've ever seen.

    The best part is. It's MINE I'm sorry about the crappy cell phone pic. But that's all I've got.



    I don't know if you can see it. But the knife is slightly serrated in the first 3 inches or so. It also has a grooved thumb rest. I have no idea what you are supposed to use this knife for. But it sure is ugly

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    Steak knife?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    Steak knife?
    I believe it's a bit too big for that. The blade is about 8 inches long. And the handle about 6 inches.

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    Porterhouse steak knife?
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    Haha, i don't think so It's made here in Sweden, and we traditionally don't eat that large steaks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonaut View Post
    Haha, i don't think so It's made here in Sweden, and we traditionally don't eat that large steaks.
    I guess that means it's probably not a pumpkin knife, either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WildBoar View Post
    I guess that means it's probably not a pumpkin knife, either.
    Probarbly not no.

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    Might make a good one, tho..................
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    Fish filet knife? Boning knife?
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    The grooves on the back are called "Jimping" it's for grip. Sortof.

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