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Old 01-24-2009, 03:27 PM
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I am wondering if anyone has used these knives? I was looking around the web for a new knife and came across this site. I've never heard of them but they looked good.anyway just wondering
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I've been using them for years. They're the best out there in my opinion. The blades really hold an edge and they also flex which is a point I think should be required of all good carving knives. Most importantly they're inexpensive compared to some of the others.
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I have one of his chip carving knives and it is great.
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thanks Lynn and Gene, thats just what I was wondering the flex thing. I bought one knife on the web for twice as much got here and its way to stiff.thanks a bunch that makes up my mind...Bill

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Extremely nice knives and well priced. I really like them except I don't like the way he puts a secondary bevel on them. I order them from direct from Lee and I have him leave the secondary bevel off. I use them a lot on animals, they curl cut beautifully and get up into the hard to reach places. I use a 1 inch and a 1 1/2.

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Bill, I think he sells them on Ebay with free shipping.

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