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    Quote Originally Posted by BurkeCutlery View Post
    HA! I WISH I made knives like that!!! Texas is too dang hot for forging. Even Jim Bowie had his knife made by a blacksmith in Arkansas.

    No, those were:
    Devin Thomas
    HHH Knives
    Delbert Ealy
    Michael Rader

    In that order.
    That was great... Texas is for sure extremely hot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candlejack View Post
    He's a brit though, if you're dead-set for it needing to be "american" (although i don't see the hype with made in america)
    There are other countries I don't mind buying from but my first choice is always to support as local as I can.

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    Welcome to the forum CJ! You will find lots of people willing to point you in the right direction, there are many here very knowledgeable!


    Feel free to visit my website, http://www.rodrigueknives.com
    Email pierre@rodrigueknives.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by CJ410 View Post
    There are other countries I don't mind buying from but my first choice is always to support as local as I can.
    I left out Mike Davis, who works with Randy Haas' damascus. Sorry, Mike.

    http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/fo...9-Davis-Knives

    Rick

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    If you want stainless damascus, made in the U.S., Devin Thomas is your man. He might be your man regardless of the U.S. specification. As everyone else has stated, this stuff ain't cheap.

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    Though not part of this forum, there is also Aaron Wilburn.

    http://www.wilburnforge.com/culinary.html

    I think Salty has one of his blades.

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    That is salty in the vid. if I remember right. It sure seems like his table.

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