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  1. I think the main thing a beginner might want in a...

    I think the main thing a beginner might want in a finisher would be something a little on the softer side. Super hard stones are not very forgiving, and can result in "faceted" edges if not used...
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    I've only used one synthetic fingerstone that...

    I've only used one synthetic fingerstone that worked: it's a tiny 1k stone sold by Maxim, and it's really really nice. As Mr. Magnus said, the slurry causing the fine scratches may be from stones...
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    Well said.

    Well said.
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    I think they're mostly efforts to raise a site's...

    I think they're mostly efforts to raise a site's ranking in google searches. If you could get your website's url into a comment on the New York Times (you can't), that would generate some serious...
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    I like the Rika. I used to not like it, but found...

    I like the Rika. I used to not like it, but found that if I soak it for a couple of hours before using it, it's a really nice stone. Soft enough to be forgiving of a less-than-perfect technique, hard...
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    Very cool...

    Very cool...
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    You could take it out in one sharpening session...

    You could take it out in one sharpening session if you started with a diamond stone, but it would be a bear. I would just sharpen as usual, except start with a lower grit stone (325, 400) and let it...
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    Beautiful, and nicely finished.

    Beautiful, and nicely finished.
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    Couldn't find a Kramer Evolution. Do you mean...

    Couldn't find a Kramer Evolution. Do you mean Kramer Essential? Or the Miyabi Evolution?
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    Great pics, thanks.

    Great pics, thanks.
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    I haven't seen much that's better at that grit...

    I haven't seen much that's better at that grit level. The slow dishing is a real benefit.
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    Jon Broida goes to Japan every year to hone his...

    Jon Broida goes to Japan every year to hone his skills (so to speak); he should be able to hook you up with some people.
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    I like the sharpening photo. Impeccable style.

    I like the sharpening photo. Impeccable style.
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    Can't see the suji on your site---is it up yet?

    Can't see the suji on your site---is it up yet?
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    Clean and simple----nicely done!

    Clean and simple----nicely done!
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    The wooden block that matches the curve of the...

    The wooden block that matches the curve of the wheel is genius.
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    I think he starts with synthetics and finishes...

    I think he starts with synthetics and finishes with naturals. Maxim will know.
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    Looks nice. Impressive results he got on the...

    Looks nice. Impressive results he got on the plane blade.
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    If you get a Cold Steel sword you can also pierce...

    If you get a Cold Steel sword you can also pierce the hood of a car. If you want.
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    Nice steel, nice wood.

    Nice steel, nice wood.
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    Took some kind of balls to get out of one of...

    Took some kind of balls to get out of one of those boats and hit the beach.
  22. Can't help you with the tenon, but thanks for the...

    Can't help you with the tenon, but thanks for the slide show link.
  23. Wow---that's impressive.

    Wow---that's impressive.
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    In my experience there are no customs fees to the...

    In my experience there are no customs fees to the U.S.---just shipping costs.
  25. I've used Rika and Arashiyama and would recommend...

    I've used Rika and Arashiyama and would recommend the Rika. The longer you let it soak, the better it gets. Atoma 140 is a great idea. I think the Rika or the Arashiyama would be fine before the Snow...
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