I did come across a little bit passionate in my comment above.
I think, in general, the intended audience for these types of knives are not this...
Quite frankly a lot of the comments on here make me really sad. A long time ago I had worked on a fairly big batch of knives and was excited to...
Oh, I see my horrendous boner jokes have made their way in here...
I'll be at Blade West, no table, just hanging around.
Who is the maker of the front knife?
A few standout makers (that I've actually physically handled) that aren't currently on the list are Will Manning of Heartwood Forge, Tony Laseur...
Thanks guys! I'm having fun with them. Learning experience for sure, and as with anything else I just want to get good immediately... but as long...
I'll be there just wandering around and hanging out.
You guys are the best. THANK YOU!
Honestly, to say I was surprised when this issue came out would be an understatement. I knew I was going to...
YES! Looking forward to seeing you again man!
The guys on that list are pretty damn good, what makes their work not interesting for you?
One of these years I will be there.
I'll be there wandering around. This time I won't forget and I'll stop by C9.
Wow, I just saw this today. Thank you so much for sharing it, I really truly appreciate the support.
EDIT: The raffle ended on Friday, March 2nd.
And you're so right.
Jeeez that is wicked.
I love the Hazenberg.
Rounded spine for life.
Brian's knife won the cutting competition at the PNW Gathering last year. It was a really nice performing blade.
You could study a bit into this through modal frequency analysis, at least for simplified models (monosteel).
Every knife is going to have...
I completely agree with Ian here. My take is that the maker should know the risks involved with possibly new projects and the rates should be...
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