If anyone else is interested, I will sell this same knife for $1900,
HOWEVER, to be fair to Raden, I will only do so after his is sold.
Thanks for looking.
OOPS, I guess I can't spell as well as Raden.
I'm not so sure about the buffalo horn and stag. I don't think most knifemakers stabilize those. Maybe they don't take the process very well?
I don't know, I'd call the shop before making any assumptions.
This whole discussion about getting the seb. smoother with the fine grit got me thinking.....
Why not just wash all of the lube out... (does it come lubed?)
and then, let the friction between the Ti and the washer smooth out the washer naturally.
Since I don't know the differences in hardness...
I know there's a lot of new folks out there, picking up some very nice extravaganza items.
Please consider this a public service announcement......
Use a little mineral oil (or other oil or stuff), about once every two years or other products OR the natural materials will shrink!
I don't think...
It looks nice, but it doesn't interest me for a few reasons:
1) It's flat ground. I'm just not a fan.
2) It looks a little too pointy. I'd be concerned about a breaking the tip on a knife that size.
3) The shape just doesn't do it for me. It looks good, but doesn't seem very practical for...
(no I don't own one)
The thing about an edgepro is that you're pretty much guaranteed a sharp edge when you use it. If you have problem edges, like wire edges or rolling or chipping, you just can't fix these nearly as easily by hand, unless you've been sharpening a long time, and really know...