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    Thank you. I'll look forward to it.

    Thank you. I'll look forward to it.
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    Do you have a website to view your products on?

    Do you have a website to view your products on?
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    Shibazi offers a full line of cutlery including...

    Shibazi offers a full line of cutlery including many western patterns. The only knives I've tried are their pro-grade cleavers but they are, in my opinion, the equal of CCK.
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    Funny thing, after two trips to China hunting...

    Funny thing, after two trips to China hunting cleavers, I have yet to find a CCK for sale there. It is a big country so that probably doesn't mean too much. I did find many Shibazi models in Chengdu.
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    A number of cleavers for sure. And a week in a...

    A number of cleavers for sure. And a week in a Sichuan cooking class.
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    Another update. I went to Chengdu in Sichuan and...

    Another update. I went to Chengdu in Sichuan and asked around about the Dazu cleavers. Nobody I was able to converse with knew anything. A tip, not knowing Cantonese is a serious problem there. Most...
  7. Other than shipping costs to the U.S. I've always...

    Other than shipping costs to the U.S. I've always had good luck with them. I also met the owner at the Atlanta Blade show once and he promptly corrected a problem I had had with a order coming...
  8. From what I can tell, they have not been a raging...

    From what I can tell, they have not been a raging success for Chris Reeve Knives. I would expect them to quietly disappear from the line at some point.
  9. I don't know if I'm the only one here that...

    I don't know if I'm the only one here that actually tried using them but they are as bad as they look. The company's reply was they hired some chef who's name didn't mean anything to me and he loved...
  10. I don't know the brand but it looks like a lot of...

    I don't know the brand but it looks like a lot of the lower end cleavers in China. The one piece all metal knives are not as common as the various wood handle models but you do see a fair number of...
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    Between Victorinox and F. Dick, you can find a...

    Between Victorinox and F. Dick, you can find a boning knife with every degree of flex and/or curve you could ever desire. And these two companies own the vast majority of the professional meat cutter...
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    Well, I don't think I'm confused Andy. :) And...

    Well, I don't think I'm confused Andy. :) And this is my second cooking trip to China along with ones to Thailand and Viet Nam in the past. What I really tend to wonder about the flat edge cleaver...
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    I guess so though I haven't used either. What I...

    I guess so though I haven't used either. What I have read on this forum is of users that weren't happy until they had reground this or that knife until it was a absolute straight edge. This is...
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    Just back from Chengdu, China

    I just completed my second trip to China for cooking classes, this time in Chengdu, Sichuan China. Knife skills were a special emphasis of this school. I know many posting here favor very flat edged...
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    I'm playing with a box of EKA Swedish knives...

    I'm playing with a box of EKA Swedish knives right now. The chef knife is a little narrow for my taste but there are European style butcher knives in every length you could desire. The ham slicer has...
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    I've been using an F. Dick for years with...

    I've been using an F. Dick for years with occasional use of Victorinox and others just to test them. F. Dick or Vic work fine for me.
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    Interesting Murray calls himself the only...

    Interesting Murray calls himself the only Japanese trained Gaijin knifemaker in the world. He is tending to over look Arnon Kartmazov's 12 years of training in Japan. And Arnon is also in the...
  18. I like the MAC and the Idahone. Use both when...

    I like the MAC and the Idahone. Use both when needed.
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    Are you sure that isn't some Chinese knockoff of...

    Are you sure that isn't some Chinese knockoff of the Gerber trademark? I've never seen that model in their line and they give me a one on one run through the new models every year at SHOT. Photo...
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    Just found this thread. I've been going to the...

    Just found this thread. I've been going to the Blade Show for maybe 25 years now. It doesn't really turn a blind eye to custom kitchen knives, it is just that they are a small part of the overall...
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    Actually, I found Kom Kom and Kiwi knives being...

    Actually, I found Kom Kom and Kiwi knives being around the same price as they are in a Portland Oregon Thai grocery. Maybe I didn't barter enough. :)
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    There was a wet market across the street from...

    There was a wet market across the street from Chatuchak that I bought my first P&N cleaver at. Also bought one in the Chinatown as well as several in Chiang Mai.
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    I never saw any CCK cleavers there. Everything...

    I never saw any CCK cleavers there. Everything seemed to be Thai made. Kiwi being the most common but I prefer the P&N brand cleavers. They might be what you are calling "rhino cleavers" the point...
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    I don't want to be accused of exploiting this...

    I don't want to be accused of exploiting this site for my own commercial gain so I won't say too much about the knife. It is based on a pattern I found in Hanoi Vietnam. No model name yet and I...
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    Going back to kitchen knives at SHOT, I got to...

    Going back to kitchen knives at SHOT, I got to handle a prototype of a knife I have a major part in designing. No model name or production date yet but they did much better than I expected with it....
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