meh...ain't even shiny
Type: Posts; User: mkriggen
meh...ain't even shiny
If this was a B/S/T listing it would be the wrong place to ask. As this is a "Hobbyist Craftsman" sales listing, it's a perfectly legitimate question. I chose to go with a live end style because I...
@ Tail end- 22.5mm
@front of ferrule- 23mm
@tail end- 22mm
@front spacer- 20mm
@front of ferrule- 17mm
Price drop to $350 including domestic shipping ($340 + actual shipping cost international)
Looking for some insight from anyone who has used both of these stones. I'm thinking about picking up one of them to use before a Kitayama (per Dave M's recommendation), and after a Gesshin 4000.
Correction-stainless clad white#1
All my knives with SS cladding suck to thin.
This is the JCK branded (JCK Fu-Rin-Ka-Zan white #2) version of the Fujiwara Nashiji 270 suji. It has never been sharpened (just stropped on balsa) but I have smoothed and rounded the spine and choil...
Beautiful weld work on the bolsters, very smooth.
Damn mainlanders! (big hairy flannel wearing mainlander at that):bat:
Been there, done that, wasn't that bad. Kinda tingly in an extreme sort of way:shocked3:
A hui hou bro,
I currently use Gesshin 400, 1200, and 4000 stones, and previously used Shapton glass stones. These all worked just fine on my Miyabi 7000mc petty made of ZDP-189, which is more wear resistant then...
Quick, everyone look busy!
Hideous, just hideous.:yuck: But, I'm feeling generous Randy, so just put them in a box and send them out this way. Between Stefan and I we should be able to find someone willing to use the ugly...
French press doesn't require anything different as far as a grinder goes (as long as it's a burr grinder), just need to use a med-coarse setting.
Drink well, go Kona,
Out of context sounds like a wild weekend in Raccoon City:viking:
I'm just speechless (and that doesn't happen often). More details please, and more pictures, many more pictures! Were these a special project instigated by you (that would be the corporate 'you') or...
Not sure yet. I'm leaning toward some buckeye, but I also have some straight grain Philippine ebony with nice color. Or maybe I'll use something really original, like amboyna:whistling:.
I originally contacted Jon about fixing it, but he was pretty backed up at the time, so I took Keith's advice and did it myself. Didn't take that long really. I used the diamond flattening plate I...