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3366

I don't mean any disrespect. But if you look past the choil shot, you'll notice that the choil is left ungrounded and thus not very telling of the rest of the knife.

But hey, everyone has their own tastes. :)
 
3367

Anyone have a video on how Ben makes those. Gotta be such a pain in the ass
 
3377

I definitely agree, I don’t have the largest amount of knives here but I think a huge part of it is going down to a number that I’ll use frequently and just to get some funds back from trying different things out.
 
3379

Eventually you will come to a point where you can look at something and realize that it won't outperform what you have in your collection. It will be interesting to try, but you can hold off as it may not be urgent.
 
3382

Wonder what it's like trying to thin a DLC knife (especially when it's MagnaCut as well). Not curious enough to buy and try, and especially not at that price considering how much it appears to have been marked up for that handle.
 
3385

I've never had to thin a knife. If it has been too thick out of the box, I've sold it. If it has stayed around, it has been rotated enough with everything else that it just hasn't been used enough to need it.
 
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3366

I don't mean any disrespect. But if you look past the choil shot, you'll notice that the choil is left ungrounded and thus not very telling of the rest of the knife.

But hey, everyone has their own tastes. :)
As the original owner of that knife it’s kind funny seeing it possibly cross boarder again, I just got notice I own Fed Ex $100 for the import, then it went to Canada and possibly going to other country again, custom agents must love us for that extra buck.
 
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