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    I've got a shipment of 1095 coming in next week,...

    I've got a shipment of 1095 coming in next week, and I had planned on doing a bird and trout based on the delica design exactly like you described. I also plan on putting a hamon on it. 1095 should...
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    I was a picky eater, and my dad fixed it. He...

    I was a picky eater, and my dad fixed it. He said "You can either have what I made, or I can whip you up a knuckle sandwich right quick."
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    Comp locks can be made into flippers. The Szabo...

    Comp locks can be made into flippers. The Szabo was originally slated to be a comp-flipper.
    Stop locks can be made into flippers
    Power locks, bbl and cbbl locks are not easy at all.

    Back locks...
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    It's not that they put toxic chemicals into...

    It's not that they put toxic chemicals into things, it's that nobody makes them take the chemicals out. It is far easier to make a black paste with mercury amalgams than it is out of non-toxic...
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    Batteries would be fine. Most things without a...

    Batteries would be fine. Most things without a regulator chip will be fine. Most things with solid-state drives will be salvageable. Pretty much anything with a magnetic tape reader will be toast....
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    Well, the major iron sources for the Americas are...

    Well, the major iron sources for the Americas are in upper Michigan, and most of that is in the form of ores which require smelting. The Amerindians didn't have smelting technology, even though they...
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    The only thing that has been clarified is that...

    The only thing that has been clarified is that you expect ideal conditions and rely too much on derivative logic to determine what certain groups can and cannot do. For instance, by your logic, the...
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    Neither of these things are true. They require...

    Neither of these things are true. They require different elements, as in periodic table elements.
  9. "How is an "Assisted Opening Knife" defined? "...

    "How is an "Assisted Opening Knife" defined? "
    It is defined by the arresting officer and the judge at the trial.
  10. I'd design a folding swick that isn't classed as...

    I'd design a folding swick that isn't classed as an auto.
  11. Poll: I guess I went with the popular kids on high...

    I guess I went with the popular kids on high carbide medium finish.
  12. Thread: CBN Rods

    by SolidState
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    They are definitely listed in my dealer catalog,...

    They are definitely listed in my dealer catalog, so they're real.
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    This made me laugh really hard. In the USA, the...

    This made me laugh really hard. In the USA, the secret just keeps getting more well-kept these days. It looks like Canadians are still into that science stuff though.

    While Cliff is right, and...
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    I get the same feeling from it. Last I talked...

    I get the same feeling from it. Last I talked with Eric, he laughed about how he was in high school when he designed this.
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    This design is so far before its time that people...

    This design is so far before its time that people still don't get it, years after its release and discontinue.

    IMHO, Eric's designs define the "next generation of knifemaking." He sees things...
  16. Thread: Why So Big?

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    As you can see, a lot of people here think bigger...

    As you can see, a lot of people here think bigger is better. It is pretty much that way across the knife world at this time.
    You may want to look for an Urban, an old Kiwi, a baby Jess Horn, or the...
  17. Find that triple temp and you've got gold! I'm...

    Find that triple temp and you've got gold! I'm glad you were reading some real science too!
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    What's stopping you from aftermarket mods? I...

    What's stopping you from aftermarket mods? I sure hope Sal doesn't gauge sales on something in Coyote Brown though.
  19. Ding Ding Ding, For The Win!

    Ding Ding Ding, For The Win!
  20. Hard to say, but between my Temp 2 and my Rock...

    Hard to say, but between my Temp 2 and my Rock Salt, I'm going Rock Salt.
  21. Sal made some of these in the past. Spyderwa had...

    Sal made some of these in the past. Spyderwa had a few the last I talked with him. They're really neat knives.
  22. I run into this kind of thing a lot. I use the...

    I run into this kind of thing a lot. I use the "some monkeys hit eachother with rocks" argument. The only reason why people hate knives and guns is simple animal psychology - Alpha and beta...
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    I always thought of my Rock Salt as a Spyderco...

    I always thought of my Rock Salt as a Spyderco Khukhri, but I'd be in for something bigger as well.
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    Exactly. It's an indicator that the owners are...

    Exactly. It's an indicator that the owners are not properly socializing the animal or paying proper attention to it. That's the look.
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    Sadly, the steels and heat treatments Spyderco...

    Sadly, the steels and heat treatments Spyderco uses aren't very compatible with blades of that length. Being kind of into the world of Japanese Sword Arts, I'd have to say that it is probably not a...
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