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    Benchmade knives with my steel

    Just saw this the other day, thanks to a friend.
    http://www.benchmade.com/products/51-121

    Thanks,
    Del

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    That's great to see Del!
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    Great to see, but they sure charge a premium for it.

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    Congratulations Del.
    I think it is great that they are using your steel on their top of the line, limited edition pieces.
    Shows that they recognize the value of the damascus you made for them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The hekler View Post
    Great to see, but they sure charge a premium for it.
    Thanks Guys,
    I was a bit surprised by the price tag on that one myself.
    I'd like to get that for one myself now and then.
    Del

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    Wow!! I know what you mean, Del. Still, if a "mid tech" knife using your steel is worth $1800 to a particular segment of the market..................

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