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murdaINC

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I just picked up a new knife. Its a Deep See wenoka with a titanium blade. Double edged with a serated edge and line cutter. Got it for 45$. What do you guys think? Also you can sharpen Titanium with a regular sharpening stone right?
 

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murdaINC

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Wow those pics are big and i dont know how to resize them. If a mod could resize them it'd be great. Thanks
 

mushkee

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sweet, i got the same one. but i got it for $35 in the florida keys.

the only problem is that it wont attach to your weight belt unless you drill holes in the holder...
 
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Jon

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Here's your first picture.

Jon
 
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Jon

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Here's your second picture.

If you don't want to go through all the hassel of learning Photoshop, just download the "Irfanview" program for free off of their website.

You can just click on the different tools to resize and crop pictures very quickly. You can even adjust color levels and sharpness. It isn't a full-feature editing program, like Photoshop, but it also doesn't have any learning curve. Plus, you can be up and running in just a few minutes.

Jon
 
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