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    I did this a while ago. It might make a good reference.


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    Could you make a # 13 and hold it for me ? I should be back on my feet in a few months? I could donate some stabilized extinct American chestnut, it was a very popular wood 100 years ago.

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    i hope you go with a design similar to saltys pictures rather then bullnose. just not a big fan of using bullnose tip... they just feel clumsy to me.

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    A scimitar (steak knife) with a 12" blade is what we're going to make first along with a boning knife.


    Thanks for the sketches Salty!

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    12" scimitar

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    Which profile?
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    I would like a " bull nose " , I've always used one of these.
    The extra metal up front seems to help keep portioning cuts as even as possible . I also like using the extreme curve in the front for trimming the chain and small pieces of membrane from the bottom sides of whole beef loins ( porterhouse or ribeye ).
    Having some sort of finger guard and a non slippery handle would be essential features for a busy pro kitchen.

    Very interested to see what ever you come up with Dave...

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    Any status change here?

    Cheers,

    Matt

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    Hi Matt, the hold up is in getting the steel in the correct sizes. I'm looking to go with a thicker sheet than I usually work with for this project and the cleaver project too. Thanks for asking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    the cleaver project

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