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Thread: gyuto Misono 180 mm or .....?

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    it's not? lol

    my bad!

    always thought it was semi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    Yup, ain't nuthin' wrong with the Swede. Given a choice of the Moly or Swedish Steel, if price didn't matter at all, I'd go wit the Swede. However, I just love the idea of a knife for about $100! And, even though people like to knock Misono, I openly think they're great.

    Again, though, if you're spending $230, there are lots of great knives at JKI that I'd consider as well.
    which would you buy?

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    Just to add another option, a Carter SFGZ is around that if you don't mind the handle....

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    Just to add another option, a Carter SFGZ is around that if you don't mind the handle....
    a great choice as well!

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    what is better vg 10 or sg2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackice View Post
    what is better vg 10 or sg2?
    Have no personal experience with SG2. Find it hard to make general statements about any steel, have excellent experience with sharpening VG-10 treated by JCK Kagayaki or Hattori in their FD series. Have seen a lot of very poorly treated by Shun and some others.
    In any case I wouldn't advice VG-10 to a novice sharpener.

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    best knife in VG-10 in the market!

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    Excellent knives, no doubt about it. If they weren't as successful as some might have expected, it is because at this price point knife nuts want a blade to match exactly their very personal preferences regarding profile, geometry, weight, width, handle, balance and so on.
    If I could afford it I wouldn't hesitate.

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