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    The most important lesson you've learned about knives.

    A few things come back quite often. Most people agree that it's a bad thing to lend your knife to others, that it's okay to buy more than you actually need, that there's no ONE perfect knife and that cost doesn't equal quality. I agree with all of those and most of the other stuff that has...
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    The most important lesson you've learned about knives.

    Wow, many great replies here! It's very interesting to read all of your comments and I can see that a few people have reached the same conclusions as me over the years. Some have surprising answers too, I'm learning a few things. I would love to comment about specific posts, but that would...
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    The most important lesson you've learned about knives.

    Since I'm new here, but have been a knife guy for years, I was wondering what was the biggest/most important lesson you've learned about knives since you started using and/or collecting them. I'm wondering what kind of wisdom you guys have to share. What is the one thing you've learned by...
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    Need clarifications about Canadian knife laws.

    Good one, never thought about that. I already have the snowshoes.
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    Need clarifications about Canadian knife laws.

    Thanks for the quick reply. I live in the province of Québec, near Rimouski to be specific. It's a relatively small town, but of course I travel once in a while. Although that doesn't happen too often and I never go much farther than Montréal.
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    How much does steel really matter?

    You should always ask yourself what you're going to do with the knife. That matters a whole lot more than the steel. Are you going to use it every single day for hours a day cutting harsh material or do you just open a package once in a while and/or cut a few apples? Before you go all out on...
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    Need clarifications about Canadian knife laws.

    Hi everyone, this is my first post on this forum so if I'm not posting at the right place please let me know without being too harsh. I'm learning how to use the website. My question is pretty simple: what can I carry on me at all times and everywhere in Canada? Is it even legal to do that...
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