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7 minutes ago, Further said:

Um.....you are the safety guy....aren't you  ?

Yes. 

The knife has a liner lock, and the pistol is DA/SA and has a decocker. 

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You didn't eat guns OR bullets, admit it.

I had two large sweet potatoes cubed and coated with coconut oil, cinnamon, and cayenne pepper, then a bunch of pineapple.  There was some lingering spiciness.

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1 minute ago, 2Far said:

Yes. 

The knife has a liner lock, and the pistol is DA/SA and has a decocker. 

At work we have an exemption to the no weapons policy for common kitchen cutlery, think I could use your pic as an example ?

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38 minutes ago, 2Far said:

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What did your shoot? An old Gurnsey? Only reason I can see to need for that kind of knife. At least I am assuming you didn’t cook it well done since I don’t see any ketchup!

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5 minutes ago, groupw said:

What did your shoot? An old Gurnsey? Only reason I can see to need for that kind of knife. At least I am assuming you didn’t cook it well done since I don’t see any ketchup!

I shot the rancher's four-wheeler and killed the Kobe steer with the knife. 

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So I tried something new, saw it on Good Eats, Reloaded. 

I rubbed a tsp of salt on each side last night & put it uncovered in the fridge last night. 

I baked it in the oven @ 200 until the internal temp was 120, let it rest for 10 minutes and put it on the 600 degree grill for a minute on each side.

Done perfectly (MR).

It was too much salt,  I'll  go with about 1/2 tsp on each side next time.

 

 

 

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10 minutes ago, 2Far said:

I shot the rancher's four-wheeler and killed the Kobe steer with the knife. 

Alternatively, I used the knife to keep PtWC at bay while I ate what's left of the steak. 

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41 minutes ago, Further said:

At work we have an exemption to the no weapons policy for common kitchen cutlery, think I could use your pic as an example ?

Ima guessing that the HR weenie that came up with that policy never saw a Jackie Chan movie. 

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