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A few years ago, I was at the New York Custom Knife Show with a buddy who was an aspiring knife maker.  He never got a table even at small local shows.  He had nothing visible that would identify him as a knife maker.  As we were walking around the show, he began to complain that nobody was buying his knives.  I asked him who he was selling to and he said “guys at home” (a very small town in Michigan).  I told him that he could be making knives that would make some big name makers cry, but that nobody would ever know because he was so good at keeping his knives a secret.

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