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    Default ML Knives Review

    Today I got a chance to get out with my ML knives Early Belt Bowie. Has a little over 7in blade of 1095 and a Tiger Maple handle. This knife feels great with no hot spots. Even though its not a big chopper is chopped great. and wasnt odd at all. I have 3 ML knives total and plan on many more. Matts a great person to work with and does great work. Hope you enjoy the photos.

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    Nice knife. But what is a "hot spot"?
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    Hot spots. Like if a handle has any spots that hurt your handle after using it awhile.

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    Thumbs up knife

    Nice knife brother

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    Thanks I have 3 of his knives and one on order.

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