He'll trade it for a set of Henckels.
Makes sense, can't cut your finger off with a knife with no tip...:rolleyes:
Not me. I can't say I'd give $400 for one at this point.
I hear they make some good shoes and golf clubs too...:D
Another one of these "If you could only have one" threads.....[IMG]
3 dozen knives and no duplicates. A few multiples from the same maker but different styles or lines.
OK, maybe 2 years ago...:p:D
But when was the last time you or anyone you know ordered from MM? It was only about a year ago that it became a problem.
Might want to check out the Idahone. They come in 10 and 12" and mine looks to be 1/2" diameter. Any way to open up the hole a little?
And the sad part is there are people out there that actually buy this kind of ****!
Yes it is. Mine only weighed 23.5 lbs.;) They call this one the Magnum, lots of room to work on this bad boy.
I've used VG10 from Yu Kurosaki and think he does a very good job with it.
Don't know if there is that much of a tangible benefit for one over the other, other than price, but I'm more than happy with my maple board....
This is one of those things I didn't know of course until I had a reason to do some research. I almost bought a Teak board at one point because of...
I think you spend on booze what I make in a year. o_O:D Fun following your adventures!
For every board warping story you hear there are 1000 stories of boards performing well for years that you don't hear. Yes wood boards can warp or...
The problem with Teak is not the hardness, it's the silica content. It's a wood that is hard on edged tools so I personally avoid it.
^^Ssshhiitt, looks great to me!^^
There is no doubt that this particular example did not represent the line as a whole. Setting aside the Damascus pattern, there was definitely...
That's not the way it worked for me. You contact them and they quote you a price that includes shipping and then offer to send a PayPal invoice....
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