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 Post subject: HAP40s in the air
PostPosted: Mon Mar 10, 2014 1:20 pm 
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Dear Mark,

I am very glad to inform you that I today shipped 30pcs x Gyuto 210mm
and 30pcs x Nakiri 175mm per FedEx. Both are made from HAP40.

Detailed, please find the copies of the shipping documents attached.
At the same time, I also attach the copy of the Sales Note for your
quick reference. I have applied 3pct discount.

I do hope that they will be delivered to you without any trouble and any
delay, and they will have a very good reputation in your market.


With kind regards.

Dr.O.
March 10, 2014



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 Post subject: Re: HAP40s in the air
PostPosted: Mon Mar 10, 2014 1:24 pm 
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Awesome!! :)



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 Post subject: Re: HAP40s in the air
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There goes the relaxing vacation. :)


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 Post subject: Re: HAP40s in the air
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I'm in Hilton Head this week for my kids spring break, for those of you familiar with fire ants you'll understand the reference. Yesterday the family was at a local daffodil farm picking a nice bouquet for the dinner table. No sooner did we step out of the car than my son promptly stomped his foot on a small fire ant mound (we knew to look for them). I was right there and yanked his foot off....so what's this have to do with HAP40 knives you ask?

The furious almost angry activity that you witness from the fire ants when you disturb their mound is what came to mind when I saw this post. A furious barrage of knife fanatics plotting and scheming and soon to be discussing how to get one. :P Like I said, if you're familiar with fire ants and have ever done this you know exactly the pandaemonium I speak of.


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Let the feeding frenzy begin :-).


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 Post subject: Re: HAP40s in the air
PostPosted: Mon Mar 10, 2014 2:25 pm 

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Ill be the guy to ask....

Why is HAP40 so AWESOME?

Nooooww let it begin...


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 Post subject: Re: HAP40s in the air
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ChefDurp wrote:Ill be the guy to ask....

Why is HAP40 so AWESOME?

Nooooww let it begin...


HAP40 is a semi stainless, Powdered High Speed Steel that takes and holds an edge better than any other steel available on our site. We think it holds the potential to become one of the best steels on the market for the production of high quality kitchen knives. Hitachi manufactures this steel and it contains abundant amounts of hard elements like W (Tungsten), Mo(molybdenum), V(Vanadium) & Co(Cobalt) As a result, it can be hardened to 65-66 HRC and will hold it's edge an amazingly long time.


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 Post subject: Re: HAP40s in the air
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snipes wrote:There goes the relaxing vacation. :)


No shit! These are going to show up tomorrow right when we leave!



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Wow that vid by Shaun is crazy.


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