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  1. #11
    Great looking knife.

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    stunning knife

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    Anybody else thinking of changing their initials to JR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Anybody else thinking of changing their initials to JR?
    Ummm...ME!!! Beautiful work Hoss!!! Definately a gorgeous knife...

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    The knife came in today - very glad I am home!
    The blade... of course... is amazing. The 3D effect of the wood is awesome - if you can believe it the pictures don't do the knife justice! Nice and sharp too! Going to have to make something special for dinner tonight!
    Thanks Devin, looking forward to my next project with you... will be starting to save now!
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  6. #16
    Congrats Josh. Its a beauty!
    Wish it was mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Anybody else thinking of changing their initials to JR?
    Already there brother!

    Some JR will be a happy camper!

    Last edited by Jim; 06-12-2012 at 01:47 AM.

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    Beautiful Knife!
    I really like the way you positioned the center of the feather to follow the underside of the handle.
    Makes it so the top half of the feather forms a profile like a slicer, then the bottom portion a mirror image for a tall profile.
    A lot of the feather patterns I see on other makers knives look like they are positioned wrong.
    This one looks just right.

    It will be tough to top this one.
    Unless.......maybe something in a multi-bar Turkish Twist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burl Source View Post
    Beautiful Knife!
    I really like the way you positioned the center of the feather to follow the underside of the handle.
    Makes it so the top half of the feather forms a profile like a slicer, then the bottom portion a mirror image for a tall profile.
    A lot of the feather patterns I see on other makers knives look like they are positioned wrong.
    This one looks just right.

    It will be tough to top this one.
    Unless.......maybe something in a multi-bar Turkish Twist.
    +1

    ...you know you like your new knife when it's the picture on your PC's desktop. Used it last night... I am enjoying everything (functional) about it... balance, weight, grind, shape, height, thickness, fit and finish is amazing. If I could afford to do an entire set like this, I would. The feathering is starting to turn blue after cutting up some beef. I love how this is looking! When the patina has "matured" I'll add a shot to the "blue" thread. I can't say enough good things Devin - thank you!
    Approach life and cooking with reckless abandon

  10. #20
    Thanks for keeping us updated on your knife, congratulations again!
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