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Varusteleka Skrama Carbon Steel – Oh My Goodness!

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The Varusteleka Skrama is a carbon steel masterpiece. It slices, it dices, it chops, it does all that “knife stuff” like nobody’s business. But….is it balanced? You are gonna want to watch this one all the way through. Seriously.

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7 thoughts on “Varusteleka Skrama Carbon Steel – Oh My Goodness!

  1. loved how you fell on your butt after doing chopping:) I can relate to that in my grey beard days:):) Go easy Bryan:)

  2. cool:) looks like a good onion chopper:) and other shores in kitchen πŸ™‚ dog wood is like little flowers here in Alaska πŸ™‚ I have them in my yard:) like this knife

  3. Great video Brian. That scared the crap out of me when you fell though. Geat looking knife/chopper for sure. They really make great knives. I really enjoy your channel.Take care of yourself,I want to keep watching for a long time to come. ATB.

  4. Brian, good video. You really scared me when you took a tumble. All that huffing and puffing says you need some good cardio like me. That’s a serious chunk of blade my friend. Looks well made. Please be careful in the future. J

  5. I’ve been thinking about one for about a year. It’s modeled after the Saxon seaxe. The hole in the end is just part of their manufacturing process.

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