I am in for a shorty!
Type: Posts; User: banjo1071
I am in for a shorty!
I have on of the first run an d i must say its "da bomb", really i cannot belive this is a production knife. It is that good.
I would be first in line for other formats (petty, line etc..)
This going to be funny!
My 2 cents: In my memory Dave always took his responsabilty in this matter very seriously and was asked by the community first to share his personal experiences. I just dont...
SB1 is also a veeeeery nice steel
What a fitting name! And he works with böhler n690, thats a great, great steel!
In addittion to the mentioned and the obvious (Harner7Haburn) i would like to list those, that were told me via PM
There is ebayseller called ocpungang..He has a lot of this stuff for Sale.
get the k2 in carbon ! Fun knife, still very usefull. Sort of a superthin minisantoku....
I am a big fan of windmühlenmesser. I love my K2, ist realllllly thin, but still sturdy.
Want i dont like is their venture in the higher priced segments. Their "premium" lines as well as...
Since the biggest part of my collection consist of classical designs (gyuto, nakiri etc) i am looking for maker with indidual, yet practical designs. I recently aquired a Herder K2, a...
I very much like the "Bob Kramer" brand! I strongly recommend to get a whole set!
thats right. I am open for trade offers...
home-made spicy salccia calabrese rosted over charcoal
Hi did you check messerforum.net? There you should find someone. Basically every knifemaker or skilled woodworker should be able to replace a handle or make a saya. In different qualities of course...
Not according to the study (which i did not read..). After 30min of cooking 35% of the ethanol remained..But his could be highly dependable on various factor. like height, surface and temp...
From a chemist point of view you can burn off ALL the alc, given the right amount of time, heat, pressure and other factors. But this will take quite some time...University of Idaho once stated...
Hi. I would also add the Hiromoto Aogami to the list. Its stainlesscladded, so its more or less some kind of stainless. Its a great santoku!
OK, who invented the ballistic kitchenknife?
Tormek t-3, shinko, Scheppach
I would say:
Hi i use
Shapton glass 500 (if nessecary)
Shapton pro 1000
Yaginoshima/Oohira/Hideriyama/Takashima/Shinden Sunita mid grit jnat (depending on mood/steel)
I am in for one, would prefer wood, but would not mind other material
I i hear Kyoto one thing rings my ear:
Its the best place to get the real stuff! Prepare to pay dearly for it thought.....