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    Very nice Bear

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    Beautiful handle!

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    Gorgeous knife!

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    Pierre, job well done!
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    Every time i look at this i get all tingly inside.
    Tracking info?

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    It arrived today. 332mm 227grams of beauty.
    Unfortunately it only got to cut up some beef for dinner before being re-packed to go into the kitchen knife box for transport across the atlantic.

    A review will follow later!

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    Short comments,

    F&F is top notch as i expected from Pierre.
    The burl on the handle has two very cool eyes looking at the cook with demanding eyes when you lay the knife down.

    I have not yet sharpened it as we are currently packing our lives. I did however cut up some sirloin grilled steaks with it before it went back into its box.

    My quick conclusion (more pics and a full review later during the summer) is that it slices awesomely and the length and weight just makes the blade glide through the meat during a draw cut.

    I can't wait until i can unpack it and put some steaks on the grill again.

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