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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigbore577 View Post
    Kerambit $65.00? Balance knife with sheath?? Equal many not informed.
    shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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    Ah Yangdu sent me a villager fit chiruwa ang khola for the same price, because the VUK had an unsatisfactory blade edge. pretty cool! I still need a lightweight one for backpacking though :/ I'll have to save some $ and keep my eyes peeled. I guess the collection is starting!

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    Peel eyes for KLVUK or Tamang. Either very good and great value.
    You know that little thing inside your head that keeps you from saying things you shouldn't?

    Yeah, I don't have one of those.

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    I'm not familiar with the tamang

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dane M View Post
    I'm not familiar with the tamang
    There's a tamang on this dotd in middle of group B to see pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeraz View Post
    There's a tamang on this dotd in middle of group B to see pic.
    Oh interesting! How do these compare to a KLVUK?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dane M View Post
    Oh interesting! How do these compare to a KLVUK?
    The Tamang can sure chop, just as good as any KVLUK. Currently Kumar has been making the tamangs, and they are beyond awesome.

    Auntie sent you a CAK, instead of a KLVUK, that there is a major deal, she did you right for sure. There is no way a KLVUK, or any other VUK, would come close to a CAK in price, even a villager satin polish one. Auntie did you righteous! That's why we love her so.
    Chance favors the prepared mind! Words to "live by"

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    Quote Originally Posted by cul4u01 View Post
    The Tamang can sure chop, just as good as any KVLUK. Currently Kumar has been making the tamangs, and they are beyond awesome.

    Auntie sent you a CAK, instead of a KLVUK, that there is a major deal, she did you right for sure. There is no way a KLVUK, or any other VUK, would come close to a CAK in price, even a villager satin polish one. Auntie did you righteous! That's why we love her so.
    It's a rad blade for sure! I think later in the year I might gift it to my father. He backpacked around Nepal as a younger man and those are some of his favorite stories. I think it would mean a lot to him, and he could keep it around the house or for camping to do some serious log chopping!

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    If you want something lighter, I'll swap with you for the CAK

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