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    When I first saw the thumbnail and read the title...

    When I first saw the thumbnail and read the title I though it he was going to use an animals blood instead of water as some sort of weird last ditch sharpening method (he is a deer hunter in Japan)....
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gebk5W8YJc8

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gebk5W8YJc8
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    must be such a nice stone to use

    must be such a nice stone to use
  4. Thread: J-Nat Club

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    Sticky: Thanks for correcting me Asteger, still learning

    Thanks for correcting me Asteger, still learning
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    beautiful stone Jon, how soft is it?

    beautiful stone Jon, how soft is it?
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    Sticky: And from what I can see from pictures Nitta...

    And from what I can see from pictures Nitta Subang is probable either Okudo or Shinden Suita
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    Sticky: Iris = Renge

    Iris = Renge
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    Sticky: man I hate to see that Maruka go -Jon

    man I hate to see that Maruka go
    -Jon
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    sorry about that, should have seen the first...

    sorry about that, should have seen the first link. Thanks though
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    could you post a link to their website?

    could you post a link to their website?
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    Sticky: A friend sold it to me along with a maruka

    A friend sold it to me along with a maruka
  12. Thread: Japanese Kanna

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    I don't know a lot about Kanna but my boss who...

    I don't know a lot about Kanna but my boss who does says that this that style of layering the Kamaji like that is very old. I'll see if he has any more info
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    Sticky: Here is a new Nakayama I got 21797

    Here is a new Nakayama I got
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  14. Thread: Japanese Kanna

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    bingo, Kamaji is salvaged cast iron from bridges,...

    bingo, Kamaji is salvaged cast iron from bridges, ships chains, anchors...
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    Nice Kamaji! what does the back look like?

    Nice Kamaji! what does the back look like?
  16. if you use lighter fluid, it will remove anything...

    if you use lighter fluid, it will remove anything clogging the leather and then evaporate. Sometimes this dries the leather out though so it might be a good idea to get some leather conditioner to...
  17. I definitely agree with you, nothing is ever as...

    I definitely agree with you, nothing is ever as good as the real thing!
  18. Sharpening Cheats - masking mistakes and faking good results

    I have discovered a trick to mask mistakes made during sharpening Hamaguriba edges on single bevel knives.
    I sometimes find that i haven't blended all the bevels together properly and end up with...
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    It might be possible to turn a chef's knife into...

    It might be possible to turn a chef's knife into a slicer however by bringing the edge back before HT, thus thickening the edge and lessening the warping. The knife would then have to be reground...
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    Theoretically yet, The heat treatment of any...

    Theoretically yet, The heat treatment of any steel can always be improved. Practically not really. The knife has already been ground very thin and there could be some serious warping from the heat...
  21. Thread: Kitchen Slang

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    The most vulgar ones that come to mind Behind...

    The most vulgar ones that come to mind
    Behind you = inside you
    Corner! = Sarrah Conner in Arnold's voice
    lemon reamer = the violator
    Paralleled = pap smear
    under you = watch your nuts
    massive...
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    any Mr. Ashi honyaki

    any Mr. Ashi honyaki
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    Im looking at a 360mm ginsanko sakimaru takobiki....

    Im looking at a 360mm ginsanko sakimaru takobiki. Mirror polished hira and honbadzuke. I can't exactly justify its use at 360mm!!! but ooooooh do i want it
  24. Thread: Takeda sealant

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    After he applies the epoxy he gets a card or a...

    After he applies the epoxy he gets a card or a piece of paper and does a scooping motion on the epoxy on each side of the blade in order to get the concave sloped look.
  25. Thread: New knife

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    White 2 will have noticeably less edge retention...

    White 2 will have noticeably less edge retention than blue super if both are made properly, maybe a finer edge on the white 2 however because of the lack of additives that appear in Blue Super
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