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    Since I still actually have to buy it, a 260mm gyuto san mai with some of that super special steel/heat treat. If it was just I get to have one more knife without having to purchase it, besides the obvious Kramer (because its free and we all would like to have one) I'd go with a Rodrique feather Damascus scimitar, or just something bat sh!t crazy from those two nuts at HHH customs.

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    Well, I have a Burke lined up to be done soon so that is already a done deal. Two knives I really want before I consider myself done are a Rader, and I will put myself on his list after the delivery of my Burke. Finally, I have known Marko for quite some time and know he is a man of perfection. I got on his list a long time ago but have yet to hear from him. I really want one of his knives, from my time knowing him I know it will speak volumes. Not one, but it's how it is.
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    I wwould leave that spot open....

    Coming from Japan though.

    Some kind of honyaki?

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    Marko with DT damascus

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    I could never decide...I would have trouble deciding between:

    W2 Harner Wa-gyuto with ironwood and copper, with full polished hamon

    A "murdered out" Rodrigue gyuto with a premium stainless, so I could never worry about it, and just beat the snot out of it for the next 50 years

    See above, but change the steel to a carbon of Pierre's choice

    A 225 "line knife" by Mike Davis with a handle of his choice, done in W2

    A DT custom. Maker's choice.

    A TC yanagi

    The Mario gyuto I had, but sold....

    Man, the list goes on and on.
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    If it has to be my daily user...

    blue steel carter ip pro and get handle reshaped by dan o'malley at ee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by playford View Post
    If it has to be my daily user...

    blue steel carter ip pro and get handle reshaped by dan o'malley at ee.
    No more Blue from Carter...
    "So you want to be a vegetarian? Hitler was a vegetarian and look at how he turned out."

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    Oh, and a Rader, like Matt's crazy takobiki looking line knife.
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    Quote Originally Posted by playford View Post
    If it has to be my daily user...

    blue steel carter ip pro and get handle reshaped by dan o'malley at ee.
    I have one of these in 225 and always found the ironwood handle a bit clunky, it just never ocurred to me to have it reshaped by someone. Thanks for mentioning that.

    Other than that, I have no idea what ONE knife I would want, there are so many great ones just by the active makers on this forum. It would probably be a low maintenance 250-ish gyuto.

    Stefan

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    Either a dt custom gyuto in feather Damascus or a Burke gyuto for sure.

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