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@Kailash Blades - thanks, I didn't know about the forum.
@ScottsBad - to each its own, I'm just more or a traditionalist and to me bent knife...
Late to find out about this truly shocking event.
I have yet another theory, just another reason and not necessarily the main one.
Sharpening (properly) a high-heeled axe was also more...
Love the music and the axe is cool as well for what it is. You remind me of the "Scumbag Steve" meme with that hat :D but as an (early) 80s kid...
Does it seem hardened?
Buckin' Billy Ray is mentioned quite a bit around here :).
I'd be vary about toughness. I'd much rather see it in a knife, because of its abrasion resistance.
From what I remember, this video contained a good explanation of the grinds - why and how they "happen" :):
A burr can give the false impression of sharpness. It is, after all, a very tiny bit of metal that can still cut.
What's the story behind the raspchette? Do you know for certian what steel it is? Thanks.
We always like to make things more complicated around here (by offering many suggestions). Out of the kindness of our heart, really :p - check out...
I only recalled today that I had asked a question in this thread; and voila, here was the answer :)!
Thank you, I appreciate all the details...
He's a good guy alright.
I like them. Had 3 in care for a few months, they were a riot.
The male would want to take on bikers and horses. Had to keep a close eye on that...
I'm pretty sure you also found yourself a little French Bulldog. Or was it with you before you went down in the basement? :D
"It followed me...
Sometimes, the props are made out of aluminum. Milla Jovovich wasn't "killing" those zombies by swinging two steel bruisers.
Liked the movie movie; I guess you could make some profit on those unless you want to keep both.
Now if you can get your hands on the cleaver as...
I feel pretty much the same.
4.9 means I'm watching it. I never go below 2, though. :D