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Discussion in 'Fiddleback Forge Knives' started by Bmurray, Oct 21, 2018.
Yeah! That’s a nice one @RobbieB
Not only is she a beauty, but she performs well too. I first noticed this during initial trials with copy paper; the blade just slid through so Smoothly (and yes, that's "smoothly" with a capital "S"). On a very dry try stick, it sliced off material very cleanly leaving such a (again with the) Smooth surface on the wood. @Fiddleback, whatever you did grinding the edge on this knife, keep doing it, cause this one's awesome! And that's awesome on the Fiddleback family scale, which is already at least two to three times more awesome than the next best handmade knife.
its probably my hand stropping of each blade now
Well, you're doing a great job!