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    Tom Veff?


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    Anyone ever get serrations put on their knife by him?

    Does he do good work?

    Looking to send a folder in maybe.

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    No, but I like the look as far as serrations go.

    Tom is, afaik, a good maker. I'd expect that they'd be good, but my impression is from the fact that (CRKT?) collaborates with him.

    My question would be, do they work well.

    In any case, I'd like to see pics after/if you do get it done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strigamort View Post
    No, but I like the look as far as serrations go.

    Tom is, afaik, a good maker. I'd expect that they'd be good, but my impression is from the fact that (CRKT?) collaborates with him.

    My question would be, do they work well.

    In any case, I'd like to see pics after/if you do get it done.
    Thanks for your reply. But I'm gonna wait until I have more feedback.

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    Of course, good luck.

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    I've never sent a knife in to have him put the serrations on, but I have a production knife that uses his serrations, and also his sharpener, which will sharpen just about every conceivable blade and serration.

    I like his serrations better than the other more conventional styles; seems like they allow the blade to slice more freely and aren't nearly as difficult to sharpen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G8R8U2 View Post
    I've never sent a knife in to have him put the serrations on, but I have a production knife that uses his serrations, and also his sharpener, which will sharpen just about every conceivable blade and serration.

    I like his serrations better than the other more conventional styles; seems like they allow the blade to slice more freely and aren't nearly as difficult to sharpen.
    Do you have any experience with Kershaw serrations? If so how do they compare?

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