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    Senior Member Lucretia's Avatar
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    Pretty knife! I like the cutting board, too.
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    Canada's Sharpest Lefty Lefty's Avatar
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    I agree with Lucretia! Is the board Tamarrack?
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    You will be disappointed to know that is just bamboo

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    finish looks fine, watch the birds beak, though.

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    Here is another view of the tip, do you think i have the birds beak problem ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglerock View Post
    Here is another view of the tip, do you think i have the birds beak problem ?

    oh my yes, that is birds beaked. if the bevel was even to the tip, i bet it would be fine.

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    ok ill fix it today thank you

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    Yup, but an easy fix and a great lesson learned
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    Yup, but an easy fix and a great lesson learned
    definitely. i had tips just like that for quite a while on all my knives, when i was starting out. just part of the process. i had underground heels for a long time, too. the two extremes of the knife are easiest to undergrind.

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    Very true! I actually fight overgrinding my heels, at times, even still. If you don't pay attention for even a second, it can happen.

    You should see the job eaglerock has done, already, to fix the bird beak. It looks waaaay better.
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