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    Senior Member labor of love's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by stereo.pete View Post
    Chopitup, you're picture isn't working, at least for me that is.
    yes please try again. i wanna see the pic!

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    Right click - copy, paste into window. Worked for me.

    Wasn't a very revealing picture though. Alot like the one on the webstore

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candlejack View Post
    Right click - copy, paste into window. Worked for me.

    Wasn't a very revealing picture though. Alot like the one on the webstore
    koki did a great job picking out a knife exactly as he described though. pretty cool. how do the handles feel btw? i dont think anybody has commented one way or the other about the handles.

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    Handle feels good. I will take some pictures as soon as I can and post them. I am an active chef so the patina came in nicely in just a day. All in all like labor of love said, I was just amazed at the level of service from Koki and I am sure Rob Babcock will chime in but he seemed pretty impressed with it as well (we work together). PS my particular knife seems finished very well.

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    I don't know what I am doing wrong with the pics...anybody want to help me with that? anyway, yes I am good with the blade being favored towards the left side of the blade and I think I might even like it. also I am sorry for the crappy pictures, it's the best I can do and it made me realize I need to spend some money on a better camera:P

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    [IMG]SDC13606.JPG[/IMG]

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    well i guess that will do donkey, just linked the picasa

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    Right click on your images in Picasa, select "Copy Image URL" and then paste those between [img] and [/img] tags.
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