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Old 06-01-2014, 08:37 AM
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It'll get entered in one of the catagories......just not sure which. I doubt it will ever win anything..... the Blade Show is strange that way......there is generally a purveyor or two amoung the judeges....and it's always interesting to see that the knives that always win....are those of makers who a given purveyor hadppens to be handling at the time.

As knifemakers. it only took a couple of years of watching for most of to realize what was going on.

But, having said that, If you don't play.....you can't win! So what they hey!


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It'll get entered in one of the catagories......just not sure which. I doubt it will every win anything..... the Blade Show is strange that way......there is generally a purveyor or two amoung the judeges....and it's always interesting to see that the knives that always win....are those of makers who a given purveyor hadppens to be handling at the time.

As knifemakers. it only took a couple of years of watching for most of to realize what was going on.

But, having said that, If you don't play.....you can't win! So what they hey!
Well said my friend.

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Very Nice ED!


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