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Thread: Kikuichi Elite Carbon suji 270 w Custom Handle by Adam Marr

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    Kikuichi Elite Carbon suji 270 w Custom Handle by Adam Marr

    This is a really nice suji in excellent condition with just barely a little blue patina from cutting up a tri tip. Never even been sharpened. Adam did a great job with the handle, as always. Asking $200 shipped conus.








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    What wood is the handle composed of?

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    I think it is afzelia.

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    I have that same sippy cup!
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    LOL, that's hilarious. My home is littered with colorful stuff like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antbanks View Post
    LOL, that's hilarious. My home is littered with colorful stuff like that.
    I also have Golden Grahams too!
    I actually have 3 opened boxes because nobady tells me when I'm grocery shopping!
    Would you consider a trade for cereal?
    Crunch Berries perhaps???
    Good luck with the sale, sorry for being silly.
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    Looks like Adam did a good job making that handle fuller, as its a tad smallish from the factory.

    Nice knife, good deal. I think an AMarr handle runs about this much alone....good luck!
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    His work is really excellent and he always fills the handles out so that they feel WAY better in the hand. I priced this knife to sell!

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    I like Adam's work quite a bit, myself. This should be sold by now.

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    E-mail address plz. Can't send pm. Thanks.

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