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    Sabatier.... redefined

    I love my Sabatier Nogent French knife. One day I got a crazy idea to commission an "improved" vision of my Nogent.

    This is the end result.

    I'm so excited. I just opened the box 10 minutes ago. Haven't even used it... yet.








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    thats a very nice looking knife , who did you commission to make it?

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    Woah! Woah! Just hold on a minute... I mean... Woah! That's- very interesting...
    Today is as good a day to die as any. Except for tomorrow. I have plans tomorrow.

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    I'm speechless...
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    What was the idea behind the spine modification?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benuser View Post
    What was the idea behind the spine modification?
    can opener?

    no but thats one cool looking mod for sure! who made the handle and sheat?

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    Damn - good looking conversion there.

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    The spine is relieved to fit my personal pinch grip. Quite comfortable.



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    This is my first time to see this. Very interesting and maybe is comfortable? I think that it's good idea to try.

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    That is pretty awesome!

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