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    Senior Member shankster's Avatar
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    I have a Moritaka honesuki(blue #2) and I really like it.Very robust little knife,perfect for meat fabrication.Haven't noticed any of the "issues' associated with the Moritaka brand.I also have a Kasumi boner(wa,Tojiro like) that I like very much and as Salty mentioned,the curved tip does have it's advantages.A bit spendy,but I didn't pay full price for it so...

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    I've got a 50/50 carter deba that I want to get rid of.

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    I'm thinking the Tojiro Gokujo here. It's only like $90 maybe. Solid performer.
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    I use a Victorinox and it works pretty good

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    +1 on tojiro gokujo boner. more all purpose. cutleryandmore has them. =D

    i have a wenger stiff boning knife and i'm thinking of upgrading to this eventually for the same purpose, i do have a newly purchased misono hankotsu but doesn't really work well with chicken. =D

    i do plan on getting a honesuki eventually, a lefty one.

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    +1 on the Tojiro.
    I have one and a Moritaka honesuki and the Tojiro is much more versatile. Also the Moritaka was kinda thick when I got it, so not that great for trimming silver skin and what not.

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    I bone out a lot of chicken and I know this might be weird but I've been using a 7" flexible fillet knife resently with pretty good results. Korin has (or had) a carbon Suisin honesuki for I think $90 that I am still seriously considering, though it is western handle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff1 View Post
    Looking for wa handle probably should have said that.
    Maksim has 1 less Yoshi Honesuki in V2. Burned chestnut "D". Shows in stock. A little north of 200 but not much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty dog View Post
    does someone make a Wa handled boner?
    I maintained restraint until this line...

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    Jon of JKI has a Zakuri and Gesshin Ginga in WA both under $200 although Zakuri is listed as out of stock. I am kind of interested in that Zakuri but Marko's honesuki is calling.

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