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    I'll take her for a spin. See if an edge makes it through a shift.

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    Everyone who has signed up is in. A week per person is enough? I would like everyone to PM me their name and address so maybe we can do this geographically to minimize shipping time

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    Thanks! PM sent. A week should be plenty.

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    PM sent. i think a week is fine.

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    PM on the way. A week is fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan View Post
    Besides Iceman, where are the other pros? Give this knife a shift (or longer) workout. Sorry if I missed somebody.

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    I assume that you are talking about a kitchen. I work in one.
    Chewie's the man.

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    I'm really interested in how this 1095 compares with my O1 with the HT that Hoss recommended to me.
    Spike C
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
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    I'm really interested in how this 1095 compares with my O1 with the HT that Hoss recommended to me.
    The only problem with that would be that it's CTS-XHP.

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    Really? I thought that he did everything in 1095.
    Spike C
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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    The only problem with that would be that it's CTS-XHP.

    That is the main reason I want to test drive it.And as for a "Pro" taking someone new knife to work, I feel that would be in bad taste.

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