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Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by skeeljc, Sep 25, 2011.

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  1. skeeljc

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    I'm assuming this ain't the same Calvin Klien that makes the yuppy/preppy clothes?
     
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    Correct. This Calvin Klein is just into making knives. The other Calvin Klein tried to stop him from putting his name on his knives but I do not believe they were successfull since Calvin Klein is his real name.

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    Ole Calvin screwed Kramer out of his perfume scent, "The Beach", too. Bastard.
     
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    LOL Barry
     
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    Mr. Skeel:

    Forgive a naive question...

    For lack of a better description the scallop and notch pattern on the back of the blade is reminiscent of a saw blade. Does it have a practical purpose?

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    sissy,

    It feels like a good place to rest your thumb for better control of the blade.

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    This is a very fine display of knife making. Too bad I cannot afford it. Thanks for showing your knife and I hope you find a buyer soon. It is a beauty!!


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    Knife is sold.

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