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chazmtb

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I think you overground one of your knives. At least you aren't using a granite board.
 

Andrew H

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That explains a lot. :lol2:
 

apicius9

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I love the blades but the handles are boring :)
 

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How clever, you can't chop your fingers with the petty! Is that why you love them so much JC and Jon? :D


But the larger knife just has way too much spine for my taste. :disdain:
 

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yeah... it cuts, but not all the way through...nice way to save fingers :p

Also, i've always enjoyed a partially serrated blade for kitchen use... especially when the serrations are near the tip... and dont get me started on that tip profile... great for detail work :thumbsup:
 

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Good thing the utility is partially serrated. I hear you and Jon have issues sharpening.

:justkidding:
 

kalaeb

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Well if that's the case sell me your Kramer for a good deal. :)
 

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I have an extremely humid crawlspace in one of my duplexes we could store those in. Get's nice and wet when it rains in there - we could just store them on the floor in a cardboard box.
 

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I think it's really important to dig through that drawer every day or two, just to mix things up and make sure those blades are banging against each other! That's what keeps them sharp, right?
 

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I don't check this section anywhere near enough. John and Jon, I'm glad I'm not the only one who loves my Shun Blubber knife (used for cutting oversized bagels and spreading soft blubber, of course).
 
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