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    Senior Member cclin's Avatar
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    wow! they are look suprisingly nice! east meet west style!

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    Mother of God!

    Those are some of the best looking handles I've ever seen. Beeeautiful angles and shapes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reede View Post
    For an EDC, I like a small fixed blade that will always be on my belt and accessible with either hand. For my other EDC's, I have a trio of Ed Caffrey EBK's, and a Burt Foster small Dark Side knife. This one is similar in size, 2 3/4 inch blade, integral guard, Koa handle with fossil walrus end cap.

    Cru-Forge V steel.
    Wow.

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    Double post!

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    I gotta say, Rader is an amazing artist. I gotta get stationed overseas again and make money. If only I knew about him in my golden age of buying knives.
    Jason

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    Love how Clean that gyuto is,great trio of blades!!

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    Nice. Radars work always embodies pure custom. Everyone is uniquely special.

    Hey post us a WIP of your table refab...sounds like a fun project.
    The difference between try and triumph is a little "umph"! NO EXCUSES!!!!!!!
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    Very impressive set of knives. Enjoy!

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    At this point, if Michael Rader made a pair of knives that could call down stars to seat in the handles and glow white when food is near, I would not be surprised. I've never had a single person be unimpressed by his knives--laymen, woodworkers, cooks, metalworkers, artists, everyone.

    Great choices on your part though!

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    I love the look of Rader knives, but I'm curious how they cut? Anyone got one they can comment on?
    Huw
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