COLD STEEL meat cleaver is an EFFIN BEAST

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by nitesite10mm, Dec 7, 2019.

  1. chewybaca67

    chewybaca67

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    I been lookin' at that cleaver since it came out. Think I'll get it now as I can silently stare at In-Laws with my Ramsy Bolton smile while cutting flesh.
     
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    about forty two bucks.
     
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    I have been a Cold Steel fan for many years. That is an excellent piece of cutlery you have there. I have been thinking about getting myself some Cold Steel kitchen knives. Many I will get me some for Christmas.
     
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    wjv RIP Stan Lee.. . .

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    Lorena Bobbitt gives it 2 thumbs up!
     
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    A good meat cleaver is a necessary part of every good knife set.
     
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    ROGER4314 Friends Call Me "Flash"

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    I used to cook slabs of spare ribs regularly until my teeth cratered. My cleaver came from Amazon and it did heavy service in sectioning ribs.

    Been around knives all of my life and in a lot of ways, I like knives better than firearms. There are only two knives that make me shudder from their efficiency in separating pieces of flesh: That kitchen cleaver, and my genuine razor sharp Kukri from Nepal.

    Flash
     
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    E627B91E-89AA-4C72-B58B-D7A651E274F5.jpeg This knife came in a block set I got my wife last Christmas. At first it was a, "ah....well, ok" and just shy of a year later, we can't live without it. HH
     
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    .... duplicate post, sorry
     
  9. BSA70

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    Wish I could have gotten your old cleavers. I like getting old knives, cleavers, axes, and shining, and sharpening them up.
     
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    I have my last one NIB $40 plus $5 shipping.
    They are commercial grade!