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    180 petty for sale

    Stainless damascus blade with brushed finish.

    York Gum burl handle with papper micarta ferrule.

    $980.00 shipped conus

    Hope you like it.

    Hoss
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    I love the scalloped reveal on the cladding! Beautiful Devin!


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    Sweet-looking blade, Devin! What is the core? AEB-L?

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    I like it very much indeed! Too bad I'm short on cash at the moment, or I would snag this up in a heartbeat.

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    shoot Devin...that looks great!

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    Beautiful piece of work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    Sweet-looking blade, Devin! What is the core? AEB-L?
    Experimental stainless. So far I like this steel. The wife says this steel stays sharp. The numbers mean nothing to her, she has no preconceived notions about steels. She just knows that it works well in the kitchen. Some times me and Larrin know too much about steels, so it is nice to get her feed back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevinT View Post
    Experimental stainless. So far I like this steel. The wife says this steel stays sharp. The numbers mean nothing to her, she has no preconceived notions about steels. She just knows that it works well in the kitchen. Some times me and Larrin know too much about steels, so it is nice to get her feed back.

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    Oh my... ANOTHER experimental stainless?

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    Nice work, Devin. Somebody's gonna get a great blade!

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    So Devin, you actually have a big kettle in which you can brew up some steel from scratch?

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