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    Default Knifemaker

    Even though the blade isn't exactly my style this is an amazing example of craftsmanship imho.

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    I followed that one all the way thru. Amazing stuff. Thanks.
     

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    Default Re: Knifemaker

    Jesus, that was awsome. I think the salon should send him a sandwich and a beer, I know I'm going to.
    Thanks for posting that.

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    Default Re: Knifemaker

    Thanks for posting that. I aspire to get the dust off my forge and anvil one of these days.
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    Default Re: Knifemaker

    That's a cool knife, even if I don't know what I'd do with it. Makes me want to have a new 7.5in chef's knife built.
     

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    That takes custom and workmanship to levels I didn't know existed. WOW! Seeing passion and dedication like that is awe-inspiring and humbling.
     

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    Default Re: Knifemaker

    Simply...sick

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    Default Re: Knifemaker

    Woah.

    In addition, that's the best use of a white-board I've seen in some time.
     

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    Default Re: Knifemaker

    That's an amazing knife. What's even cooler is that Lorien owns Sooke Mountain Cycles and is a heck of a rider from what I understand.
     

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    Wow. Incredible craftsmanship is incredible craftsmanship. I can't believe how much time I spent with that. Thanks for sharing.
     

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    How many hrs does that guy have into that one knife? Cost? Incredible!

    Mike
     

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