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    Senior Member Mr.Magnus's Avatar
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    Since you use Swedish Steel and I'm Swedish, what's my Discount per cm?

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    Ha ha...If your on the board of directors at Sandvik steel....your discount could be huge...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillC View Post
    Ha ha...If your on the board of directors at Sandvik steel....your discount could be huge...

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    That looks like a great performer! Nice job.

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    I'm so enjoying this one. Sharpening, (unnecessarily) and using to prepare all my meals at the moment. If I can afford to keep it I probably will.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillC View Post
    I'm so enjoying this one. Sharpening, (unnecessarily) and using to prepare all my meals at the moment. If I can afford to keep it I probably will.......
    it belongs to Sweden

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    What are you like, you can't sell someone steel and then claim ownership of what is made with it.......... would be good news for china if you could
    I tell you what, as I've decided to keep it, I'll use this one for a bit and then send it off on its travels as an informal pass around, Sweden bagsies 1st point of call

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    Now that is a passaround I would love to get in on!
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    I like the large, shallow hollow above the edge! The handle looks nice as well, I really like the tapers at the front!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillC View Post
    What are you like, you can't sell someone steel and then claim ownership of what is made with it.......... would be good news for china if you could
    I tell you what, as I've decided to keep it, I'll use this one for a bit and then send it off on its travels as an informal pass around, Sweden bagsies 1st point of call
    I'm in

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