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    Senior Member ChuckTheButcher's Avatar
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    He showed me one of his boning knives a few months ago. They are awesome. Nice score.
    All normal people love meat. If I went to a barbeque and there was no meat, I would say 'Yo Goober! Where's the meat?'.- Homer Simpson

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Nguyen View Post
    We gotta see more of this, John!
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    ^^ I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that by "see more of this" Don meant a little more then thumb print patina....

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    Lol! Is this like a jigsaw puzzle or something? Pls show the whole knife.



    Quote Originally Posted by marc4pt0 View Post
    ^^ I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that by "see more of this" Don meant a little more then thumb print patina....
    I see, I like, I cut!

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    Mr. Huw, is there much flex in the blade? Very nice Harner's, I got one of his on the way too, will show off here when it's done.

    I really like to have one of our vendor here make me a nice one with this blade shape. Used one for a while and really liked it.



    Quote Originally Posted by Von blewitt View Post
    Got this from Butch today, it showed up just as I was starting my Shortrib prep, impecible timing
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    I see, I like, I cut!

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    Unfortunately I came a little too late to that thread. On the look out for a new boning knife, and those Harner's looked like real winners. I'd be keen to hear some feedback on them.

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    Butch and I discussed boning knives as he was making these. We talked grind, stiffness, tip placement, etc. These ones have very little flex, with a hollow/flat...maybe quarter hollow grind (thin, sharp, stiff spine a la Forgecraft) and a tough and durable tip. It's pointy, but robust at the tip, because I hated blowing tips out when I was boning out loins, back in the day. They are damn nice knives.
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    One of the many new recipients of an Ealy parer.


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    Beautiful parer and kick ass photography! Really brings out the figuring of thr handle.
    I see, I like, I cut!

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    Quote Originally Posted by V1P View Post
    Mr. Huw, is there much flex in the blade? Very nice Harner's, I got one of his on the way too, will show off here when it's done.

    I really like to have one of our vendor here make me a nice one with this blade shape. Used one for a while and really liked it.



    No flex in the blade, which is what I wanted, I had been using that same victorinox and a 25cm dexter filleting knife, and switching between the 2 depending on the task. This knife does the job of both, better then either. And the large handle is great for control.
    Huw
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