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it was getting dark out and hard to see..
ps they stay very very sharp also...

pss... they all weigh exactly the same 103 grains.. very good quality control..
 

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yea the workmanship on those is top drawer, a buddy has one he got from somewhere, it had been shot into target about 20 times and it would still shave hair. We shot it into a yellow jacket target some more than went to a professional knife builder and sharpened it back up. Knife maker was impressed with the quality of steel and workmanship also and he is not easily impressed.
Anyway it is scary Sharpe now. air molecules split when you pick it up. that's scary sharp... :)
 

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Bees said:
air molecules split when you pick it up. that's scary sharp... :)
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that's the truth.... i am way impressed. but you definately get what you pay plus some with these.
 

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My skin twinges when I handle them things...

One day I will have my ultimate arrow and have a 210 SF on the front...
 

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these are the only ones i have ever worried about handling.

what is the cut on a 210?
 

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these are the only ones i have ever worried about handling.

what is the cut on a 210?
Me too. You just want to put them down and out of your hand after you see how they shave. They are as sharp as it gets.
 

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archerdad said:
it was getting dark out and hard to see..
ps they stay very very sharp also...

pss... they all weigh exactly the same 103 grains.. very good quality control..
We call them 100gr but Markus made them to weigh around 103gr so they can be resharpened many times.
 

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good thinking...:wink:
Another reason and the main reason why Markus wouldn't take anymore off the steel is he felt the quality of the head would suffer by taking off more steel. He is very anal about details and doing things as perfect as humanly possible. Absolutely no shortcuts when it comes to material and craftsmanship and this is why they are the most expensive heads on the market.
 

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well the quality shines on the silver flames in my book...
worth every penny.
 
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