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    Heavy kitchen cleaver

    Hi guys looking for one of the above PM with details thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueeyes View Post
    Hi guys looking for one of the above PM with details thanks.
    You sure......lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by blueeyes View Post
    Sh!t
    Yes you are right,took a good while to get it right too,in plaster for a month,then in a plastic 'Safe Brace' for 3 months,then loads of Physio/stretching the tendon to get it moving,so be carefull out there....lol



    OK now though!

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    Try Nisbets catereing equipment. This is where i get all my equipment from for my restaurant

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    I've got a huge chopper!

    It's a W.Gilpin Army issue one which is 17" overall length and a 10" blade which is sharpened all the way around the front end. It was made in 1973 and hasn't been used! Be warned though - it is bloody sharp and weighs 1.5kgs!
    You can have it for 20 plus whatever it costs to post it.
    MS

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    Thank you MS il have that PM inbound.

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    Yours mate! PM replied to.
    MS

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