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 Post subject: Re: Green or Red?
PostPosted: Sat Jan 19, 2013 8:04 am 
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"For future prospect you should check out Marks line of knives here, The quality and price of any of his lines are unbeatable period.If you want to get really serious about knives start investigating heat treatment,percentages of elements in a knife,metallurgy etc."

The Mac is a step in the right direction (gateway drug), but Lucian is 100% correct. Mark's series of knives are tough to beat for price/performance ratio, utilizing some of the most interesting steels available. And then going beyond 5k (and still using the 5k) is certainly a sensible option.


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