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    Amazing! Great combination of materials!!!

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    You are probably tired of this knife already, but since I am not Im posting anyway :P

    Been in my possession a couple of days now, and it feels great. The handle is awesome, and Im thinking about knives and compering it to cars.
    As Im not really interested in cars or not a skilled driver, I can still tell if the car is good or not. When you sit down in a really expensive car, you will get a real good feeling. The seat (handle) is perfect for you and you sit comfortable. When you starts to drive you will feel the performance of a good vs a bad car. Same with knives. I am not skilled as 95% of this forum, but I have been spoiled with really great knives. So even not a skilled knifenut, I still can tell from a bad vs a good knife. This knife is really good. But do I adapt to the knife or do I need a knife made for my skills or how I cut? I think I adapt to the knife. But then I can tell if the knife is good or not. Devins 150 petty was to flat for my style, but after using it for months I adapt to it. So my customs will in the future be up to the maker, but is it a custom then? Well I don't know, but the word custom made is hot and more hot than artisan made

    Anyway. Getting a camera next week, until then you got to see this bad photos:

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    I think I can adapt to most things, but the grip is very important to me. I have decided to rehandle EVERY knife I have :P

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    very nice Oivind, I am Getting a little intimidated by all your nice knives.

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    Thanks Bill

    A little bird told me Im about to get 4 knives that will outclass this by a lightyear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oivind_dahle View Post
    Thanks Bill

    A little bird told me Im about to get 4 knives that will outclass this by a lightyear.
    Ha, ha!, Well, good luck getting together the handle materials

    DarKHOeK

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    Muhahaha

    This knife is perfect, did some banana today:


    Sorry bad cam

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    Quote Originally Posted by oivind_dahle View Post
    Muhahaha

    This knife is perfect, did some banana today:


    Sorry bad cam
    Nice banana.
    -"we're gonna make gluten free lasagna"

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    That's an amazing knife Oivind. Congrats. And btw Norwegian bananas look funny

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    Really bad cam.... Banana looks like melon :P

    Love this knife....
    Its taken over the most used spot over my Carter

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    Quote Originally Posted by oivind_dahle View Post
    Muhahaha

    This knife is perfect, did some banana today:


    Sorry bad cam
    That knife just does not go with the poly board, sorry OD!

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