Okay, so we've figured out the holes are for mincing garlic and the dimply square thing is for skinning alien eels, but what are the serration-like things on the spine of the knife for?
No...it's for scratching your head. ;-)
I think he's channeling Wallace Shawn as Vizzini in The Princess Bride when he describes a new steel he's working with as having "... hitherto inconceivable properties."
The fit and finish on the blades are excellent.I am sure if he picked the brain of someone with some kitchen knife skills he could make a great knife.
That is what I thought, judging by complexity of the blades - hell, drilling all those holes to keep symmetry intact is harder than you think, but boy, some of his stuff is weird.
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well he is in my area code maybe i will see him at a show.
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Shades of Rhino Knives garbage.
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