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    Just picked this Kephart style knife made by Bill Siegle yesterday evening. Have not done much with it yet, except make breakfast. So far, I really like how it feels, and how it slices through cheese and other foods. Maybe I will have a chance this weekend to get out and try it a bit more.
    (Photo blatantly stolen from Bill).
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    looks like a good one
    so the definition of a criminal is someone who breaks the law and you want me to believe that somehow more laws make less criminals?

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    With the fires at home and work, I have not had much of a chance to get out in the woods. This sure does make a nice kitchen knife though. I do need to keep it away from The Wife. She really likes it.
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    Very nice, clean and simple. What is the steel?

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    This one is made from .200 thick 5160 and black micarta scales with brass pins. The handle is contoured similar to the originals too. Overall it is 10 inches with a 5 inch blade tip to handle. Weight is 10oz.

    Bill is now making me a smaller one, with handles of some purple heart wood I have.
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