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    Default Another knife done

    Nothing fancy on this one. It has a 5-6" blade and 5" handle made from black linen micarta. I don't know if this would be considered a fillet knife or kitchen knife. It is made from 1/16" ats 34 stainless steel. The pics ain't to great either sorry about that. Thanks for looking.

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    Wow! Very nice work.

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    Wow Frank! I can see that one being used for either job! That just means it would get used a LOT!!

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    Nice workmanship
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    looks like it would be great for kitchen work, thanks for sharing
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    I guess I will call it a Pico de Gallo knife You guys do know what that is don't you?
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    I have a kitchen knife very much like that one and it's my go to knife every time. That is very nice work. Commercial quality for sure.

    As for your question....Rooster's Beak. It does sort of fit.

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    Good translation Rick! It is what we call chopped jalapeno, onions, tomato, and some times avacado in tiny bits with lemon juice. Kind of like a chunky salsa. My wife said Oh that would be good for making Pico.
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    awesome job. that knife looks like it would be really good as an all around kitchen knife.
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    Awesome knife...your work is fantastic.
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    Really nice pancho! Did you make the scales?
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    No I have a half sheet of black, green and digital camo micarta on hand.
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    I thought you meant what it stands for. Pico de Gallo is pretty much a staple at every Mexican restaurant between here and Moscow...I think.

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    Hey Rick thats how wars used to get started I imagine. hehehe.... ""What did you say I had a rooster beak""" Nuuoo senor I says ywant sum pico de gallo?""
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    'Xactly...or.....you want to peek at my what?

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    Another great looking knife Panch0.
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    You do REALLY nice work Frank!! I'm jealous

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    I don't know if this would be considered a fillet knife or kitchen knife
    i guess that just depends on where you're using it at the time. i use my fjord in the kitchen most of the time, on everything from trout to tomatoes.
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