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    Senior Member Benuser's Avatar
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    Welcome, Elizabeth! Send the Hiromoto to Dave Martell, Jon Broida or Eamon Burke and buy a $10 carbon Opinel to learn sharpening.

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    Welcome to KKF! Do you hear that?
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    Take classes, watch videos and bounce things around here and you'll figure out what you like. Push-cutting paper isn't a big deal as long as cutting with the knife makes you happy.

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    welcome!
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    A lot of knives won't push cut out of the box. The factory edge is usually done quite obtuse so they don't scratch up the blade face on accident sending it into the pile of "needs to be entirely refinished in order to sell it " pile. Even if it does push cut ootb it usually wont last long.
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    Welcome Elizabeth! You're in the right place.

    Lots of good people with deep knowledge and experience on here, as well as a number of extremely reputable vendors...who can also assist with unburdening your wallet.
    Remember: You're a unique individual...just like everybody else.

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    Greetings Elizabeth!
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