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  1. I own a few of their knifes, and they are good knifes, but I wanted to try a different brand. I am not 100% happy with them. Could be the handle or my sharpening skills. I'm not sure.
  2. I'll try that. Thank you!
  3. Thank you so much for the support and insight! Regarding the knife, ya, I'm no expert in knives but that goes for many other things. The difference between something of good quality and something of excellent quality is hard to notice for most people who aren't maniacally obsessed. Also my sharpening skills are still pretty basic and seems like that makes all the difference.
  4. Hello, everyone! I'm new to this community and have been reading your posts for a while now and it helped me tremendously. Thank you for that! I started with leathercraft a year and a half ago and I already sell my own range of products. I make costumes and accessories. What I need your help for is choosing a knife that works better for my work, because I'm not happy with mine and I would like something better. From what I understand finding the perfect knife is a rabbit hole, I read a lot and I'm still confused so I just decided to ask for advice. I already researched the best US knife masters and I definitely have my eye on a couple of knifes that I would like to purchase in the future but they seem to be hard to find and it takes a long time to have them. I live in Europe and need something of quality that I can have a little faster than 6 months, near me if possible. I use a half head knife at the moment and I feel comfortable with that model, I just want ho upgrade to a higher quality blade. I'm willing to pay up to 250€. I cut lots of irregular shapes, curves and small details so maybe the more experienced of you could give me an advice. I post some of my works for reference. Thank you in advance!
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