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    Too beautiful to use

    I was wondering if anyone has or own a knife that they thought were soooo beautiful that the wouldn't be able to use it. I'm sure I'm not the only one or am I?

    Here is my choice (no, I don't own them)


    http://chadwrites.com/blog/wp-conten...shunkramer.jpg

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    Dave, the top one is a real Kramer, and the bottom is the Shun (prototype?) collaboration from several years ago. I remember when Chad posted that on his blog.
    Tom Gray, Seagrove, NC

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    They look pretty, but I don't think I'd have much use for them
    It's not the Answer it's the Experience

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    There is no knife so beautiful that it couldn't be used.
    Its like dating the most beautiful girl, but you can't go to bed with her.

    Then you must be insane

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    I think every knife should get used to maximum. Therefore I dont own too many.

    If I would buy a knife and dont use it, I would sell it, so it can see some action in other hands

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    You guys are really hardcore knife users...................

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveRossy View Post
    You guys are really hardcore knife users...................
    I kinda think that's why we're here, instead of not being here..................
    Tom Gray, Seagrove, NC

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    Thats why I'm here........but I still wouldnt use those knives

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    Why buy something to just look at. Except art work like paintings and sculptures.
    It's not the Answer it's the Experience

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    Easy lesson:

    Your beauties you take out for those gentle tasks, the ones that don't leave marks, i.e. cutting vegetables, fruit and so on
    The ugly ones you take out for those dirty tasks, cutting bones, splitting lobsters and so on

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