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    Senior Member Jmadams13's Avatar
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    Also, that's a great steel to practice sharpening on. It takes a great edge, and is pretty easy to move. IMO it would be a shame to mess to much with it, it is a beatiful knife as is. I almost pulled the trigger myself, just spent to much this month already
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    Primary goal is to have fun with a knife that I can really go to work on. I am really in need of fine tuning to get a screaming edge. This blade will get a lot of love from me. And who knows, maybe an older knife will intimidate my wife less and then I can get her used to using sharp, large knives! She still reaches for a short shun santoku since my knives scare her!

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    Got the knife today - thanks Son! Looking forward to some sharpening fun this weekend.

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    have fun
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    good luck!

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