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 Post subject: Re: Pierre Rodrigue's Latest Knives
PostPosted: Sun Jun 10, 2012 9:36 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Pierre Rodrigue's Latest Knives
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I had a chance to get a little diversion in at work and test one of your knives Mark, hope you don't mind!
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 Post subject: Re: Pierre Rodrigue's Latest Knives
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I love the Damascus layered style knife you posted.


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 Post subject: Re: Pierre Rodrigue's Latest Knives
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That's a hell of a fish. Northern Pike?



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 Post subject: Re: Pierre Rodrigue's Latest Knives
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yes sir, 39 inches and 18 pounds



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 Post subject: Re: Pierre Rodrigue's Latest Knives
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Mark, this one is coming to you! Plus a couple re handles! and a 240 Chef I need to complete in the next day or two!

CPM154, hand rubbed, stainless bolsters, Stabilized Koa fro Burl Source

Mosaic pins, and a hand stitched leather sheath.

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 Post subject: Re: Pierre Rodrigue's Latest Knives
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Awesome looking knife Pierre. How long? Any flex in the blade?


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 Post subject: Re: Pierre Rodrigue's Latest Knives
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Hi Pierre,

Yes please give me the specs and I'll update the item page before it shows up.



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 Post subject: Re: Pierre Rodrigue's Latest Knives
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Here you go...

Blade is 220 mm from tip to bolster, 20 mm high just ahead of the plunge, Plunge to bolster is 4.5 mm

Handle is 124 mm long, and 26 mm high at the butt, and 18 mm high at its shortest. 19 mm at the thickest, 13 mm at the narrowest.

Blade is 2 mm thick and would be considered medium flex. CPM 154 at HRC 60



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 Post subject: Re: Pierre Rodrigue's Latest Knives
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Mark, here is another heading to you.

240 mm Western Gyuto, CPM 154, stainless bolsters, mosaic pins, and stabilized Redwood burl.

Thanks for looking.

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