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    vid or it didn't happen.

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    Guess which finger is the fickle one... supporting member
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    I like my Kershaw Titanium, It seems to be pretty sharp, and it has held its edge for quite a while.

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    ...and it's rainbow-colored!

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    Quote Originally Posted by switchblade
    ...and it's rainbow-colored!
    I have several unusual knives either by shape or material/ color. My wife buys me a new knife every year on our aniversary, and she picks the most unique ones she can find.. (long, boring, non-kinky story.)
    If you can't laugh at yourself,
    Others will be happy to do it for you. :evil6:

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    I never had much luck with the Spyderco style sharpener. What makes it so good?

    The knife nerds I've read on the Internet seem to like the Apex Edge Pro, but they are super expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FickleFingerOfFate
    I have several unusual knives either by shape or material/ color. My wife buys me a new knife every year on our aniversary, and she picks the most unique ones she can find.. (long, boring, non-kinky story.)
    well she has good taste. those kershaws are sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FickleFingerOfFate
    I have several unusual knives either by shape or material/ color. My wife buys me a new knife every year on our aniversary, and she picks the most unique ones she can find.. (long, boring, non-kinky story.)
    On your anniversary? I'm jealous. Me and my wife have the same frickin birthday, I don't even have that day any more. I tried to buy her a barreta for her b-day, she didnt fall for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Gwinn
    They're just going to keep using cheaper and cheaper steel until people give up on them, aren't they? Do you happen to know off the top of your head of what yours is made?
    I believe its AUS 8A. They're moving towards making their knives out of VG-1, which I really don't know much about.

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    I never had much luck with the Spyderco style sharpener. What makes it so good?
    It gets things sharp in a reasonably fool proof manner?

    Yes, it's limited to a mere 30 degrees, but **** if I found anything yet which will hold that for any practical length of time. The seem to be correct in 40 degrees being probably the best compromise for most ****.

    Been through wusthof, henckel, case, sog, s&w, spydercos, buck, gerber, benchmade. Steel can only get and remain so narrow for so long.
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