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    Cwf ht


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    While doing more R&D on CWF HT, I hastily put together this gaw knife (no sheath). I want to see what stabilized curly mango look like, so display face is well sanded but every where else are loaded with scratches, includes the blade.

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    CPM 10V, 68rc

    Last edited by bluntcut; 12-04-2016 at 12:59 PM.

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    I don't understand what needs to happen to be in. I would like to be in for this GAW, but I am not clear if there is something more I need to do.

    For Q5 I will guess a Water Buffalo.
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    I am confused.

    What steel and hardness? I've followed your thread about CFW and high hardness steels with higher stability with interest but a bit of confusion.

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    After using one of these high hardness blades for a couple of weeks, I have to say these blades are really nice. Haven't need to sharpenen it yet but it sure is sharp! Makes a great paring knife, apples are in fear every day.

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    You are in ... just express interest.

    Hahaha - 50 Cal would takes out more than just a water buffalo. Answers in the book 'Catching Shrimp with Bare Hands'.
    Quote Originally Posted by abbydaddy View Post
    I don't understand what needs to happen to be in. I would like to be in for this GAW, but I am not clear if there is something more I need to do.

    For Q5 I will guess a Water Buffalo.

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    Sorry about that - steel type & hardness are sort of blended in the picture. CPM 10V at 68rc.

    Since interested.... You are in.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bigfattyt View Post
    I am confused.

    What steel and hardness? I've followed your thread about CFW and high hardness steels with higher stability with interest but a bit of confusion.

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    Thanks. Since you are here... 'In' for a shot at 10V 68rc knife with similar profile & grind to https://youtu.be/FHZUrtOPGH4
    Quote Originally Posted by woodysone View Post
    After using one of these high hardness blades for a couple of weeks, I have to say these blades are really nice. Haven't need to sharpenen it yet but it sure is sharp! Makes a great paring knife, apples are in fear every day.

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    A little confused on entry.
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    I will try,I have read a lot of the excellent book online without purchaseing yet,but so far I only know name of Ma.
    I am also a very slow reader.

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    You are in. Thanks for willing to read (yes, it worth while of time) however answers are not necessary for first 20 entries.
    Quote Originally Posted by ice-pic View Post
    I will try,I have read a lot of the excellent book online without purchaseing yet,but so far I only know name of Ma.
    I am also a very slow reader.
    I am a slow reader too btw: Má = mom

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    Simply post anything shows form of interest: ẹg. In/Thanks/Interested/etc...
    Quote Originally Posted by pleasanthill View Post
    A little confused on entry.

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    I would like to be included, especially after using one of these high hardness blades.

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    I am trying to replicate this cwf ht aebl, hopefully it wasn't a one time fluke. Make & testing 'Destroyer' class gyuto & petty. I use fresh belt for 10V, once slightly dull but ít is still good for lower wear resistant steels (aebl in this case). So this gaw 10v sort of xmas itself.



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    You are In. I sure have my way of confusing people
    Quote Originally Posted by woodysone View Post
    I would like to be included, especially after using one of these high hardness blades.

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    I'm in

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    I'm in. Thanks!

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    I'm in. Thanks!!

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    I'm in!
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    Def in. Thanks for the opportunity. Beautiful knife.
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    I would love a CWF blade, please count me in!

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