Continued success! :)
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Continued success! :)
Daughter brought one home this last year.
I was skeptical at first but the thing just flat out works!
Pretty much idiot proof.
Thinking I was their target market... :D
If this video is indeed tracked down and embedded here, the first 15 viewers shall develop carpal tunnel via visual osmosis.
Apparently someone thinks they remember an individual, somewhere, trying to sharpen a knife with the same body motion used to simultaneously play the tambourine and make expresso...
Good to know.
Thanks Jon for carrying this line !
Don't think the knife had seen much use or sharpening before I got to see it... regardless, nicely made.
The Kochi gyuto (kiritsuke profile) I tried in the pass-around was a good cutter but not at all what could be described as real thin behind the edge.
The Takedas have laquer on them halfway up.
But yes, if you don't dry it almost immediately, anything below that is susceptible to the orange tinging.
The vinegar treatment would be an...
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Heck no... get her on a retainer, stat!
Great pic and gun Dave.
I have a S&W K-22 Masterpiece I got soon after high school.
It could sure use a makeover.
Do you have Turnbull's contact info?
I really enjoy the Yoshikane and the toothy-ness of the SKD for the heavier proteins.
Having never used it for sashimi... perhaps some tearing might occur?
The Redwood burl showed up and it is magnificent specimen.
Thanks again for the contest and Merry Christmas all!
Well, tough to say "great thread" considering the topic.
Regardless, thanks for sharing Stefan and am VERY happy for ya Salty...
The serrated edges on some of those Cutco jobs will tear up a wood board pretty quickly.
Anyone have experience with Frieling French Presses ?
Hey cool beans Mark, thanks so much!
African Blackwood (Ebony) on either side and this is... flat-out KILLER !! :spin chair:
Here is to being lucky... peckerwood ?
Man I love cello.
Nice production Salty.
It's Wisconsin... anything goes.
Oh, welcome !
440 for steak knives is just fine.
Didn't know Hen & Rooster did anything but pocket/folding knives.