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    Looks very nice! What is the size?

    Looks very nice! What is the size?
  2. Thread: New Petty Knives

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    That is going to be a very practical blade given...

    That is going to be a very practical blade given the width, flat spot at the heel and belly towards the tip.
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    I have the same stones - I use the diamond plate...

    I have the same stones - I use the diamond plate from JKI (which I bought along with the stones). It has structured surface which helps to remove the stone dust during flattening. It also cost about...
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    Thank you for the review. The etching looks nice...

    Thank you for the review. The etching looks nice actually - what agent did you use?
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    Ian, just awesome, thank you :thumbsup: But...

    Ian, just awesome, thank you :thumbsup:

    But now I have to wait to mid September (because of vacation and shipping times to Europe) to get my hands on them - long 4 weeks of wait.

    And yes - the...
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    Amazing. I find those two small pins on the...

    Amazing. I find those two small pins on the bolster really cool.
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    Well - nakiri is a dedicated veggie chopper. But...

    Well - nakiri is a dedicated veggie chopper. But if you consider a santoku, you can as well can a nice funayuki and get the same functionality as santoku would give you in a more practical (IMO)...
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    OK, I take that back. I guess I imagined the...

    OK, I take that back. I guess I imagined the blade larger based on the photo of the blank. Lovely little peeler it is :)
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    Ian, if I may, pairing knife is a great idea but...

    Ian, if I may, pairing knife is a great idea but with blade this wide it may be harder to use on some paring activities - in particular for in-hand (against the thumb). Just a though, not a...
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    I think that some sort of cleaning powder for...

    I think that some sort of cleaning powder for kitchen stoves could work too. The patina does not hold that well on the surface of the knife so the removal is not particularly hard. The question is...
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    Just keep the stone powder after next flattening...

    Just keep the stone powder after next flattening of you 1000 (or higer) stone and use the powder on piece of wet cloth to polish away the patina. I did just that to remove patina from my pocket knife.
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    I wish you all the best, Clarence.

    I wish you all the best, Clarence.
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    Nice job indeed. I was already wondering whether...

    Nice job indeed. I was already wondering whether I should have new handle made for our MAC bread knife too. I am not sure though I would dare to do it myself.
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    The Zwilling you linked looks actually quite...

    The Zwilling you linked looks actually quite interesting. But I would first try to figure out the weight before I would order one. It looks a bit too tall for a bread knife.

    You may of course have...
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    Amazing work, but I could not buy one. I would...

    Amazing work, but I could not buy one. I would not have the heart to take it to stones :)
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    I find 6k more than enough. I might stop at 4k if...

    I find 6k more than enough. I might stop at 4k if I had such a stone. Since my next one is 2k which leaves edge too toothy for my liking, so I always go for the 6k.
  17. Thread: Photo of Knives

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    It must have been a tough call to decide which...

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    Welcome Steve! The tasks you describe that you...

    Welcome Steve! The tasks you describe that you would like to to, could be accomplished very well by either wider petty or something like a funayuki or a bunka. I personally have Masakage koishi...
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    I am glad you did not have more money at the...

    I am glad you did not have more money at the time. Think how things could have ended with something like Corvette.
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    I know how you feel but we all do things that...

    I know how you feel but we all do things that afterwards are hard to explain why we did them that way the way we did. I hope your hand will heel soon.
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    That is some awesome stuff.

    That is some awesome stuff.
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    Looks good indeed. I find particularly...

    Looks good indeed. I find particularly interesting the "User Showcase" section - serves as great inspiration! But be sure that you get some sort of copyright agreement.
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    Well I guess it can be done, but unless you have...

    Well I guess it can be done, but unless you have a very good reason, I would rather get a good outdoor knife that would full fill the outdoor tasks and get some sort of cheaper cleaver for those...
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    Well - I am not that optimistic. Knives that will...

    Well - I am not that optimistic. Knives that will appreciate a lot (relative to purchase price today) will be those made by makers that are not well known today. Sure - an unused $1000+ Rader or...
  25. Thread: Moving Shop

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    Well, good luck Dave! A long awaited moment I...

    Well, good luck Dave! A long awaited moment I believe :)
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