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    What he said

    What he said
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    Oh - and then there is the Spyderco knives in H1

    Oh - and then there is the Spyderco knives in H1
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    Have you guys considered the Boye Cobalt knives -...

    Have you guys considered the Boye Cobalt knives - these things are designed for saltwater and tough cordage
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    Bit hard to tell from your pics - (my chinese is...

    Bit hard to tell from your pics - (my chinese is hopeless as well) whether you have a chopper or slicer but it definitely looks to be one of the larger CCK's - my guess is the 1503...
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    I believe the use of the santoku (steel and...

    I believe the use of the santoku (steel and ceramic) by celeb-chefs has more to do with their 'exotic' shape/material than any performance benefit - compliments of the prop departments.

    It's...
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    In my very limited experience, 270 is minimum for a kiritsuke.
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    If you run it so that the edge is in line with...

    If you run it so that the edge is in line with the belt it will fix up that wavy edge - I have used this technique on several knives which had been 'over-steeled' to the stage that they were starting...
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    You do realise that Muriatic Acid is actually...

    You do realise that Muriatic Acid is actually Hydrochloric Acid (HCl). You can also etch with Ferric Chloride - the same stuff as was used for etching printed circuit boards - this is not as...
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    I would like to see a parer - maybe partnered to...

    I would like to see a parer - maybe partnered to something else but definitely a parer
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    +1 On the cheap stainless knives I sharpen...

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    On the cheap stainless knives I sharpen (for other people), the Scotchbrite polish on the edge seems to make them last longer
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    The edge on a usuba can be very delicate because...

    The edge on a usuba can be very delicate because it is a zero grind. Yes, there is a steep learning curve associated with using them for katsuramaki if that's what you want to do, but the other cuts...
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    Hi everyone

    Dave

    Good to see I'm still able to be in touch with you guys and wish you every success
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