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Old 09-07-2009, 09:53 AM
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Ken Hurst's engraving

He did a bang up job, really added to a plain jane knife.

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Sweet!! That engraving just jumps out at you. You are right thought, Ken does a bang up job.
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I hope Ken learns how to do this before he does the demo in OCT.
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Ken scratches pretty good on a knife. With practice he could possibly make a living at it.
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I hope Ken learns how to do this before he does the demo in OCT.
Great work Ken. Trav
Yeah Trav, he completely destroyed my plain jane knife.
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