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    BCMW Knives in variety steels at high hardness *$25 discount on cpm154 and s35vn*


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    I've a mixed-bag offer of decent + rough F&F knives for you to consider. All (except 10v) knives are tested experimental and I felt, they are good slicers and would serve you well... otherwise = please return it within 45 days for a full refund.

    I didn't F&F grind much during early period of my shoulder recovery. Please look at picture carefully and keep in mind - often picture looks nicer but sometime it's other way, especially for curly/burl wood handle.

    * Simple kydex sheath - large teklok compatible.
    * please click on image link to view specs and higher resolution.
    * discounted price includes shipping fee in U.S. International is extra and risks are on buyer (custom to your addr)
    * To buy: post "I'll take it" and pm or email me your paypal account to receive an invoice from me bcmw at flexbiz com (which also is my email addr)

    SOLD $187.75 - CPM 10V Paring 68rc stabilized curly KOA handle
    http://i.imgur.com/DY7spSd.jpg


    $177.75 - CPM154 65rc Hunter stabilized Asian Satinwood Burl handle
    http://i.imgur.com/0hLStpX.jpg



    SOLD $175.50 - Elmax 64rc stabilized Asian Satinwood Burl handle. It looks a bit rough but it is the only one offer here that ht-ed with CWF HT 1.5 (grain refined+elements gradient+Cr partitioned). This blade was much thicker pre-ht.
    http://i.imgur.com/X2jDUKt.jpg



    SOLD $239.50 - CPM M4 64+rc stabilized Curly KOA handle.
    http://i.imgur.com/zuVUDaw.jpg


    SOLD $127 - S35VN 63.5rc stabilized Buckeye Burl handle.
    http://i.imgur.com/KRK1haz.jpg?1


    SOLD $88 - W2 67rc stabilized redwood burl handle
    http://i.imgur.com/r2NMlJl.jpg
    Last edited by bluntcut; 03-23-2017 at 06:59 PM.

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    Nice
    I will take the $175.50 - Elmax 64rc stabilized Asian Satinwood Burl handle.

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    For all that don't know these blades are fantastic! The heat treat makes these blades killer in the kitchen, hard and sharp. Great blades at a very reasonable price.

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    I'll take the M4.

    I find your work intriguing.


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    Elmax is yours. Hope you like it (I think/maybe this is the only 64rc working Elmax out there).

    Got your PM. Thanks.
    Quote Originally Posted by ice-pic View Post
    Nice
    I will take the $175.50 - Elmax 64rc stabilized Asian Satinwood Burl handle.

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    Woodysone - Thanks for good words and support

    Quote Originally Posted by woodysone View Post
    For all that don't know these blades are fantastic! The heat treat makes these blades killer in the kitchen, hard and sharp. Great blades at a very reasonable price.

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    Wow thanks, M4 is yours - Nathan!

    It's only logical to explore your intrigue - I will also send you this blade in this video (slightly modified due subsequent tests & 65+rc). Beside, easier to stomach pushing an edge beyond its limits w/o a nice wood handle attached to it


    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan the Machinist View Post
    I'll take the M4.

    I find your work intriguing.
    Edit to add: Nathan - your mailbox is full. I will forward my draft msg when your mbox has more room. Got your pp acct. Thanks.
    Last edited by bluntcut; 03-17-2017 at 11:36 PM.

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    I'll take "CPM 10V Paring 68rc stabilized curly KOA handle".

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    Thanks vxd. 10V paring is yours.

    Quote Originally Posted by vxd View Post
    I'll take "CPM 10V Paring 68rc stabilized curly KOA handle".

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    ouch - that's what I get for working late tonight.
    Wanted elmax or M4.
    I absolutely love my BCMW 10v at 67. You are in for a treat, VXD! Great wood to boot.

    Edit - please make more

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    foofie - too bad about working late. Remember... beer Friday afternoon is taken not given

    I will buy more elmax after done with current round of cwf ht 1.5 Niolox; Becut; RWL34 (piggy back a couple 10V). I've quite a few M4 blanks - will put them through ht 1.2 & 1.5 soon.

    Quote Originally Posted by foofie View Post
    ouch - that's what I get for working late tonight.
    Wanted elmax or M4.
    I absolutely love my BCMW 10v at 67. You are in for a treat, VXD! Great wood to boot.

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    Oh man that W2 shape looks great I'd love to buy a blank or 2 or 3 if you ever have them available again!


    sent you an email
    Last edited by fishface5; 03-20-2017 at 05:41 AM.

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    Thanks Jim!
    Quote Originally Posted by J. Rosa View Post
    Great deals. Good looking blades.
    I've a whole bunch of blades in this profile. W2, 52100, CruforgeV and a few other steels. Do you have a grinder? and any preference on hrc range (anyway, easy to temper these steels to lower rc)?
    Quote Originally Posted by fishface5 View Post
    Oh man that W2 shape looks great I'd love to buy a blank or 2 or 3 if you ever have them available again!

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    I missed usps shipping EOD collection today, so packages will head out tomorrow.

    *$25 discount on cpm154 and s35vn*

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