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Discussion in 'Terrio HandMade Knives' started by james terrio, Oct 26, 2013.
Sooo, that counts me out?
Where is the sign up?! I'll put it through some meat and veggies!
Sorry... official Passaround Forum Rules require participants to be at least 18 years of age.
Right here! I went ahead and put you on the list... it's filling up fast...
Yeah, I know. I wouldn't anyway.....
Hello Jamus, very nice knife. I would like to see how it handles Elk, potatoes, onion, carrots, garlic, brussels...
Please sign me up for the pass around.
Please sign up in the actual thread right here...
That should just about do it... :thumbup:
Wow, that happened quick... OK guys, the reviewers are all signed up. Thanks for your interest! From here on out we'll keep the discussion in the passaround thread so I don't get lost keeping track of it all...
What's next? More cool stuff this weekend...
I'm honored pertinux, thank you very much!
No knife content in these, just something kinda neat. Miss Angie took these last weekend just below the Norris dam. It was about 90F and very humid. To give an idea of scale, on the first one you can see a couple people fishing off the shore, on the righthand side of the screen.
In case you haven't checked lately, there are a bunch more new pics in the Kitchen Passaround thread, too...
Courtesy of Guyon...
Thanks very much, Cooper! That's a lovely shot How's that rascal holding up for you?
From the Brought it to work with me. Used it to Cut up 30 Watermelons. Still razor sharp.
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I love it. It is holding up extremely well.
Takes the keenest edge of any knife I own.
I'm very glad to hear that. Please don't hesitate to let me know if it needs any work or a fluff-n-buff!
Some more thoughts about the THK kitchen knife prototype...
I really appreciate everyone who has taken the time to examine this blade and share their input.
Edge retention after going through a whole lot of testing by several reviewers... the credit goes not so much to me, but simply to selecting excellent steel (CPM-154 in this case) and using only the very best heat-treating - Peters Heat Treat.
(videos courtesy of BF member worldwood)
One of my very first projects wayyyyy back in HS (late 80's). USMC fighting knife blade blank with "pakkawood" handles. The sheath shown is a Ka-Bar replacement I picked up about 20 years later... Yes, I still have it, no it's not for sale.
That is awesome James!! I think its cool you keep one of your originals!!
And thats a sweet blade as well, especially for being one of your first projects!!