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    Nice scimitar, love the blade not only useful in the kitchen for cutting meat but nice knife in case of zombie attack, lol.

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Size:  11.8 KB. Did some scimitars for some local butcher friends. Liked the message on the blade.

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    Can't quite make that out. What does it say?

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    Does that Say "My Cutting My Charge" ? LOL, I have one of My GGPaws that has that on it. So I was wondering if it says the same thing, and Yes ! He was a Butcher .

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    Picked these up today. 11" forgecraft utility. New Central American bocote wood handles. Local knife maker did the work here in Austin. Sharp as all hell.




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    Quote Originally Posted by nerologic View Post
    Can't quite make that out. What does it say?
    "For Cutting Not Chopping" on this old carbon scimitar
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    Got my new Ontario butcher knife back from our local knife maker. Original Hickory handle was in rough shape, so in addition to refinishing he put on a set of kirinite handles. I wanted something a little different looking for the handle so I know its mine. And everyone else knows too.


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    This one just arrived from the bay. Excited to try out the shape tomorrow. It was pretty blunt, so I hit the stones for 5 mins and it came up shockingly sharp, very fast. I can see why these are coveted. There is a slight issue with the grind on one side close to the heel, but I don't see it being a big problem, and if it is I'll either fix it, or just live with it.






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    From the photos I would say it might be a very slight overgrind, or just a microbevel you didn't hit. Nothing to worry about.

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