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    Default 1070 Kitchen knife

    This is a knife in 1070 steel which I forged during the Texas workshop when the forge was available and I didn't need to do something else. It is differentially hardened. The bolster is stabilized mammoth molar. the handle is moose antler.

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    "Forged during the Texas workshop?"

    Bruno, then by birth right, it is "American Made". Please see that it makes it back here to the States.
    South Florida would be just fine.
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    Wherever that knife finds a home there will be one, or more, happy people. That is a work of art.
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    That's a BEAUTY!

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    I am very happy with my Bruno kitchen knife.
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    Rez, did you get that knife in post # 1 ?

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    I wish i had that one too. I have a Bruno kitchen knife that is fantastic. If I could stop buying razors and save some money I would buy more Bruno knives. I have had mine for a while now.
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