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    i will try to describe this as best as I can. When i check the spine, I look down the blade towards the point. I then grab the handle or tang and hold it out i front of me at eye level in my right hand with the edge away from me and the tip pointing to the left. You have to look at it straight on. I you look at it off angle, it will look like it is a bit bent. But, if you move it around, or switch hands and it looks like it is bent equally in opposite directions depending on whether the edge is too high or too low or going from your left to your right hand, then it is probably straight. :big grin: I usually stand in the door of my shop and use the wall across he driveway was a back backdrop.

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    Thanks everything seems fine. Taught me not to plop my knives down next to the couch after work...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deckhand View Post
    http://www.wickededgeusa.com/index.p...=148&Itemid=63

    Sorry, I was bored. It is interesting though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bechler View Post
    I guess I have two questions. The first would be how difficult is it to mistakenly bend a knife?
    I'm willing to wager that he did not bend the knife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    Hahahahahahahahahaha!
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