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Karoi

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Jo the Machinist

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I'm practically next in line on the list; I think there's one person ahead of me :D

I hope I get it before Xmas; I wish today's sale was re-routed to fulfill the preorder instead

We are hoping to ship the rest of the preorder this week. Barring a catastrophe, they will at least be out by Christmas.
 

duramax

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I’ll be posting some green micarta later tonight :)
Maybe do some comparison pics too ? :)
Awesome knife is all I can say and 2018 I’ll need to score a few lol
 

JustinFournier

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Well, I guess a paper weight could be considered use...:D

What about desk ornament!? I have at least 10 knives laid out carefully on my desk all that need something to be done with them.

I mean, what defines use of a knife? According to the exchange rules?

Sometimes knives are like women, and the best thing you should do is admire from a distance! :cool:
 

91bravo

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What about desk ornament!? I have at least 10 knives laid out carefully on my desk all that need something to be done with them.

I mean, what defines use of a knife? According to the exchange rules?

Sometimes knives are like women, and the best thing you should do is admire from a distance! :cool:

Sorry, if knives are like women, than I like to be up close and personal....to see just how dirty they can get!
 

Lorien

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isn't admiring a knife the same thing as using it? Lol!
common refrain of the high end collector
 

JustinFournier

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I don't think admiring and using are the same thing at all! lol Unless you consider using your eyeballs to stare at it as using it to stare at!

Of course!!! I don’t have any art knives but most of them are made with the intent of only being looked at. Some of them aren’t even sharp!
 

Lorien

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my thought's always been that admiring a knife is very different than using a knife. Both are fine, but conflating the two is a little ridiculous
 
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