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  1. #81
    Is that a wire edge in the picture or chips in the blade?
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  2. #82
    Quote Originally Posted by stereo.pete View Post
    Is that a wire edge in the picture or chips in the blade?
    That is a Yes and a Yes.

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    So just sharpen the knife--it's been on a nationwide tour and needs some spa time--you probably wouldn't look much different. If you really don't want to tune it up, send it back to me and I will get it down the list

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crothcipt View Post
    I got a few chips in the tip, and a rolled edge almost at the feral.
    I didn't mean to seem like I was passing off onto someone else. I was wondering how you would like to review it.
    There is a saying that a pic says a 1000 words and all of them I got was counter to what was said in your post. You can send it back to me, I'll fix it.
    Chewie's the man.

  5. #85
    Someone sharpened that too acutely for the work that was being done with it, I must suggest. Either that or someone was cutting rocks with it, and I doubt "Stone soup" was on the menu.

  6. #86
    I sharpened her up a bit and prepped a meal.I really like this knifes profile,it works for me.I wish I could say it cut great but it did not.The grind needs a little tweaking on this blade to stop the wedging.The Tang should be tapered also to lighten it up a bit.Two minor tweaks and I feel she would be worth every bit of the $500 price tag.Oh I forgot to mention the blade steel.It sharpened up easy but the large amount of steel that fell of the edge from a light sharpening was odd,a first for me. Thanx

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    Quote Originally Posted by RRLOVER View Post
    It sharpened up easy but the large amount of steel that fell of the edge from a light sharpening was odd,a first for me. Thanx
    What do you mean by this, like a giant burr came off?

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    Ahhh, stone soup! One of my favorite "food brings us together"stories!


    Quote Originally Posted by BurkeCutlery View Post
    Someone sharpened that too acutely for the work that was being done with it, I must suggest. Either that or someone was cutting rocks with it, and I doubt "Stone soup" was on the menu.

  9. #89
    Quote Originally Posted by Don Nguyen View Post
    What do you mean by this, like a giant burr came off?
    Very fine granular particles like most steels I sharpen,but just more of them.

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    i got it today. man, what a weird knife.

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