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    Yet, your avatar is the handle on the beautiful knife by HHH.
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    Yeah! the Dragon is on a different level!

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    Better throw Michael Rader in there.

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    Whoa.

    No offense, but between the five pins, the three flying-saucer/boomer-rang inlay, and whatever that butt end accomplishes... ?

    Looks like a volcano island chain somewhere in the Pacific.

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    Hehe true! I still think in some weird way that a paring knife is an excuse to go a bit bonkers though.

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    I like them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty dog View Post
    Better throw Michael Rader in there.
    You're right. He's in there, for sure!
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    Quote Originally Posted by scott6452 View Post
    Ok, ok. I failed!
    If you buy it, all that matters is you like it.

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    It is purely subjective, but in terms of size and comfort, Bill Burke gets a first and Devin Thomas gets a close second place. When you hold it in your hand, you know it.

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    From a pure visual perspective, it is Michael Rader for me for westerns. Never had the opportunity to hold a BB or a DT. Yet...

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